Poutine in a cone

Poutine in a cone

La Petite Dînette is a Montreal restaurant that serves poutine cones. Vietnamese restaurateur Peter Nguyen is the mad genius behind the poutine cone. Can you believe it, there is a bacon poutine cone?

Massive Montreal 5-Pound Poutine

Massive Montreal 5-Pound Poutine

Montreal is known for both hockey and poutine. Now both are nestled under the same roof. You can watch the Montreal Canadiens and wolf down their 5-pound poutine called the “CHampionne.” If a stretcher is called out most likely it will not be for an injured player, it will be for a cardiac attack client after consuming this monstrosity. Better bring a bigger pair of pants with you. Your waist is going to need to expand a bit more.

Win Poutine for life

Win Poutine for life

You could win Poutine for Life depending if your arteries let you live that long. Atlantic Lottery which includes the four Atlantic provinces from Canada wants to fatten both your waistline and your pocketbook. You could win their top prize of $10,000 worth of poutine. You could also opt-out and take the cash equivalent instead.

Walt Disney: Poutine Hot Diggity Dog

Walt Disney: Poutine Hot Diggity Dog

It is a wonderful world after all! Casey’s Corner in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom has this unique item on the menu, Poutine All-Beef Foot Long Hot Diggity Dog. Get my ticket ready, my tummy is boarding this gravy train.

Poutine in a Pitcher

Poutine in a Pitcher

While a picture is worth a thousand words, this pitcher is worth $22.00. Forget the beer, the cook decided to fill up the pitcher with poutine. Montreal restaurant, Medley Simple Malt, serves up this gut-stuffing decadent meal. I hope they have a long fork to reach down to get the remaining cheese curds. My stomach says yes, but my eyes are reluctant.

Ice-cream poutine dessert drizzled with chocolate sauce

Ice-cream poutine dessert drizzled with chocolate sauce

This is sacrilegious! Poutine dessert with ice-cream. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream poutine. Swiss Chalet, a Canadian chicken rotisserie restaurant chain has unleashed the mother of all desserts. The fries are hand-cut golden potatoes and topped with vanilla ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce.