While it may seem like our neighbors to the great white north only ever send blasts of Arctic air our way (see today's Polar Vortex #2, thanks), we can also give them credit for bringing us something hot that's happening to fries: poutine. Originally from Quebec, the dish is typically comprised of french fries topped with cheese curds and smothered in gravy, but the Twin Cities' take doesn't always stick with tradition. Whether you like it classically Canadian, fancy with foie gras, or Korean-inspired with kimchi, we've got you covered. So without further ado, we present a handy guide to 15 of the Twin Cities' best plates of poutine, mapped in roughly geographic order, just in time for for another bout of sub-zero temps.
Did we miss your favorite poutine spot? Let us know in the comments.
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