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Old 06-29-2007, 04:18 PM
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What is Canadian Flavour?

First off... y'all need a spelling lesson... it's FLAVOR... but anyway...



So tell me... what is the 'flavour' of Canada?

Does Canada have a national dish?

If Canada were a food, what would it taste like?
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Old 06-29-2007, 05:32 PM
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First off... y'all need a spelling lesson... it's FLAVOR... but anyway...



So tell me... what is the 'flavour' of Canada?

Does Canada have a national dish?

If Canada were a food, what would it taste like?


Definately : POUTINE- french fries smothered in gravy with cheese curds mmmmmmmmm good
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Definately : POUTINE- french fries smothered in gravy with cheese curds mmmmmmmmm good
Now I love fries w/gravy, but never heard of adding cheese curds...
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Old 06-29-2007, 05:37 PM
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Now I love fries w/gravy, but never heard of adding cheese curds...
You have got to try it -use beef or turkey gravy and if you like smother them in spaghetti sauce and cheese curds-we call it italian poutine.
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First off... y'all need a spelling lesson... it's FLAVOR... but anyway...



So tell me... what is the 'flavour' of Canada?

Does Canada have a national dish?

If Canada were a food, what would it taste like?
Just a tiny nitpick..."flavour" is a legitimate alternate spelling of "flavor."
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First off... y'all need a spelling lesson... it's FLAVOR... but anyway...
Ahh, quite wrong, bro. It is indeed flavour. Canada uses the British spelling, and has "U"'s where the USA removes them. For example, endeavour, colour, valour, etc. If you notice, the King James Version spells them the same way.

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So tell me... what is the 'flavour' of Canada?
MAPLE sugar!
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Now I love fries w/gravy, but never heard of adding cheese curds...
That is what makes it POUTINE (pronounced poo-teen).
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You have got to try it -use beef or turkey gravy and if you like smother them in spaghetti sauce and cheese curds-we call it italian poutine.
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That is what makes it POUTINE (pronounced poo-teen).
Interesting about the chesse...and I like beef gravy on fries...
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Just a tiny nitpick..."flavour" is a legitimate alternate spelling of "flavor."
Nitpik sumwerr elss li'l lady... we dun spill it layk dat 'rown herr!!!
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Old 06-29-2007, 06:19 PM
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Ahh, quite wrong, bro. It is indeed flavour. Canada uses the British spelling, and has "U"'s where the USA removes them. For example, endeavour, colour, valour, etc. If you notice, the King James Version spells them the same way.
I dun neeed nun uh dat derr book lerrnin u got boy! I spills it layks I spills it... an y'all is rong!
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