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Old 01-19-2013, 02:06 PM   #421
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I know all about cheese curd, we have dairies and stuff here. What I don't know about is putting that stuff on fries. WTF. Why does Canada do this stuff? Who do they think they are? Why are they so obsessed with maple syrup and Tim Hortons?
A restaurant devoted to poutine just opened here in Chicago. I only know this because one of the local papers has mentioned it seemingly every day for the last two weeks.
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Old 01-19-2013, 02:38 PM   #422
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A restaurant devoted to poutine just opened here in Chicago. I only know this because one of the local papers has mentioned it seemingly every day for the last two weeks.
And uh...where might one find such a place...if one were...inclined to look?
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Old 01-19-2013, 02:47 PM   #423
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Chicago welcomes first Poutine Fest - redeyechicago.com

Apparently there are more than one.
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That really, really seems like a gut bomb.
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:06 PM   #425
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Shredded cheese = poutine fail
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More like poo-tine.
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More like latrine.
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A 2012 album I wish I had heard during the year is Tamaryn's Tender New Signs. It's like a hybrid of Loveless and Cocteau Twins - really gorgeous in places but also detached, almost like it is being transmitted from another world. Anyway, I'd recommend it for anyone interested in Shoegaze or general Dream-Poppery.
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A 2012 album I wish I had heard during the year is Tamaryn's Tender New Signs. It's like a hybrid of Loveless and Cocteau Twins - really gorgeous in places but also detached, almost like it is being transmitted from another world. Anyway, I'd recommend it for anyone interested in Shoegaze or general Dream-Poppery.
I'm all over this, thanks for recommending.
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Thanks for the recommendation. Pretty sure I've heard I'm Gone on the local indie station. Remember liking it, but having no clue who it was.
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Yeah, that Tamaryn album is pretty great, and definitely an improvement on its predecessor, The Waves, which was good but overshadowed by the quality of the title track relative to everything else. Tender New Signs consistently reaches a higher standard.
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I'm on board.
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Poutine sounds disgusting. The only things meant to go on fries are tomato sauce and salt. Maybe gravy.
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