just fyi, below is a link to a discussion of a great poutine recently found in southern vt., in the context of poutine in Boston and other spots.The thread title is : "Hey Boston CHs: Would You Drive Three Hours for a Perfect Poutine?"
Would anyone plse chime in on the current feelings about The Gallows' poutine (and any others) in Boston? Btw, is there a better weeknight (less crowded), in general, to try The Gallows?
I was just thinking, Aquitaine has those excellent fries; I wonder if we could convince them to honor the French-Quebec connection,by combining those fries with that lovely duck confit from their brunch sandwich - to make a poutine, like they do at The Hermitage in West Dover, Vt.? I particularly liked The Hermitage's use of smoked cheddar instead of the more insipid (but traditional) curds.
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