Good Eats Above the Border
Poutine, poutine and more poutine? If you think the classic (and addictive) dish featuring french fries, cheese curds, and brown gravy that originated in 1950s-era Québec sums up Canadian cuisine, you're in for a big surprise. Sure, Canada might not have the culinary reputation of France or Italy, but that doesn't mean you won't eat well (or see amazing places) in the North American provinces and territories. Read on to learn about some Canadian restaurants, from ultra-fancy to plain ol' fun, all of which have received high marks from customers and food critics alike.
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