And when it’s safe to take to the streets again, there’ll be mountains of fries covered in cheese curds and gravy waiting.
Introducing The Poutine Truck, a roving ode to the best Canadian import since Bryan Adams, officially beginning its post-Car-mageddon rollout this Tuesday.
Now, it’s not like you’d ever wish for a brutal hangover. But if you happen to come across this thing on a street corner after a long night, well, you might start believing in fate. The signature specialty is made from hand-cut Kennebec potatoes, which don’t become fries until you order them. That’s your base.
But you’ve got a few choices from there: chicken- or beef-based gravy to be poured on top and one of three types of cheese (plain, garlic herb or jalapeño-spiked Firehouse). If you like, defy tradition and throw on some onions and actual meat, too (the Canadians won’t mind).
You can even go for the Lardon & Frites, which are fries and apple-smoked bacon.
You know, as a side.