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    Re: Canadian Food

    Tim Hortons is very good. :grin:

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    Re: Canadian Food

    ive lived in both canada and the u.s. and i gotta say tim hortons is nowhere near as good as krispykreme
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    Re: Canadian Food

    Thank God I don't live in Canada! I wouldn't be able to eat anything! At least from that article that Cajun listed!! I miss hockey too!!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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    I went to Canada a few years ago with my friend, we were only about 10 at the time, and we went out to breakfast and he asked for "dippy eggs". They looked at him like they had no idea what he meant...and we were dumbfounded because around here everyone knows what dippy eggs are. For those of you that don't know, they're eggs sunnyside up (they're dippy because you dip your toast in the yolk and eat it that way). Is the whole "dippy" thing just a central Pennsylvania term? or is that national?

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    Re: Canadian Food

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    What about POUTINE? That's fries with gravy on them for the uninitiated...not French Fries, just fries.
    Poutine is french fries, gravy and CHEESE.
    Thank's for trying though.

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    Re: Canadian Food

    "sureban" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    What about POUTINE? That's fries with gravy on them for the uninitiated...not French Fries, just fries.
    Poutine is french fries, gravy and CHEESE.
    Thank's for trying though.

    Mark.
    If it clogs the heart like the above, it has to be good!

    I am going to try this.

    And as for dippy eggs.........national...........not sure aboot that.
    Be quite honest I was glad you explained it in your post.

    Anyway love them "dippy eggs" too!!!!

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    "cajunvike" wrote:
    What about POUTINE? That's fries with gravy on them for the uninitiated...not French Fries, just fries.
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    "mark" wrote:
    "cajunvike" wrote:
    What about POUTINE? That's fries with gravy on them for the uninitiated...not French Fries, just fries.
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    Re: Canadian Food

    Maybe its just me but Canadian beer is about 100 times better than American beer.

    Also I have no clue what "dippy eggs" are, why don't you just call them Sunny side up? Also What is with calling Sprinkles, "Jimmies". Or calling pop "soda", or calling Z (zed), zee, or saying y'all.....

    Ahh cultural idiosyncracies.


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    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    Maybe its just me but Canadian beer is about 100 times better than American beer.

    Also I have no clue what "dippy eggs" are, why don't you just call them Sunny side up? Also What is with calling Sprinkles, "Jimmies". Or calling pop "soda", or calling Z (zed), zee, or saying y'all.....

    Ahh cultural idiosyncracies.
    Haha, I guess it all just matters how you were raised! As far as the dippy eggs things go, where I come from, the phrases get much worse. Pennsylvania Dutch country is filled with all of those crazy little changes and terms. It's kind of cool though.

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