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(11-07-2011 09:05 PM)debskis Wrote: [ -> ]LOVE chips & cottage cheese! How 'bout chips & Peanut Butter sandwich?? Or ranch dressing on fries?

Which reminds me of my most recent road- trip from NY to Michigan via Canada. I stopped at a BK Lounge where I was asked whether I wanted to "Poutine" my fries? Uh...excuse me? I literally had to ask the cashier to repeat herself 2 or 3 times before she finally (losing her patience w/me) pointed to a photo of fries smothered in gravy & cheese! Sorry Canadians, I'm a big fan of Rush, Labatt's Blue, Toronto, & hockey, but I'm gonna pass on the Poutine'd fries!!

Haha! When I was a kid, I ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with Fritoes inside.
(fries smothered in gravy & cheese! )
Oh Yah, yah fries with gravy der, eh? 'cause youse wants dat with yer pasty too eh? Yah want a pop wit dat too?
The speech dialect of a Yooper too. Smile
Oh no.....I can always tell when someone from the House Der 2Beers has been up in the YOOPERS!
(11-08-2011 09:06 PM)2Beers Wrote: [ -> ](fries smothered in gravy & cheese! )
Oh Yah, yah fries with gravy der, eh? 'cause youse wants dat with yer pasty too eh? Yah want a pop wit dat too?
The speech dialect of a Yooper too. Smile

pasty = pasta??? I should know that, I'm from Michigan originally...not a Yooper though!
Nope a pasty is like a meat turnover. It is filled with meat, potatoes and veggies (or what ever you want) wrapped in dough and baked. Yummy!
Veggies meaning..... potatoes, onion, and maybe rutabaga. However in Nettie's family they add carrots I believe.
Oooh...sounds yummy! Kinda like a Shepherd's Pie???
Well kinda, but imagine it wrapped in pie dough. Like a Hot Pocket only way so much better. Oh and it is served with either gravy or you can have them with ketchup. I prefer the gravy Mr.2Beers and our girls like them with ketchup.
MMMM loves me some Cornish pasties! Great comfort food on a wet 'n' windy day on the SW coast of England....

A pasty shop located in the village of Tintagel, where I hung my hat for about 6 months in the late '80s:
http://www.pengennapasties.co.uk/pages/p...t_list.htm
(11-09-2011 02:07 PM)burma.girl Wrote: [ -> ]MMMM loves me some Cornish pasties! Great comfort food on a wet 'n' windy day on the SW coast of England....

A pasty shop located in the village of Tintagel, where I hung my hat for about 6 months in the late '80s:
http://www.pengennapasties.co.uk/pages/p...t_list.htm

Then you must head to the U.P. and try the Michigan version.
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