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What’s more Canadian than a poutine wedding cake?

By: Canadian Living
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What’s more Canadian than a poutine wedding cake?

By: Canadian Living

You can’t get much more Canadian than this. A Quebec restaurant served up a three tiered poutine wedding ‘cake’ this weekend for a very special bachelorette party. According to the Journal de Montreal, the cheesy creation was cooked up by staff at the Patate Mallette in Beauharnois, Que., after they received a 12 person order for a bachelorette party. The cooks took the idea to a whole new level, creating a mouthwatering mountain of poutine, which took two days to plan. The final dish contained 10 kg of fries, 2.5 kg of cheese and a little more than a liter of gravy. The restaurant posted photos on their Facebook page and video on Twitter, showing the final touches of gravy being added and a very happy bride-to-be. [HTML1] [HTML2] Patate Mallette’s poutine is rated the 2nd best in Quebec, according to poutinewar.com. So if you’re considering a poutine cake yourself, this is one of the best places to get it. Not in the neighbourhood? Learn where to find the best poutine in Canada. Of course you can always make your own at home. Try our Ultimate Poutine recipe or more of our Canadian recipes.
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