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Winter Carnaval Food

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Caroline Mlynowski

on 18 February 2016

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Transcript of Winter Carnaval Food

Winter Carnaval Food
A thick mixture of red wine,
maple syrup and hard liquor served hot or cold and in canes topped with a cute little plastic Bonhomme.

These canes hold 17 ounces of Caribou or any other liquid.
This isn't an exclusive item
to the carnaval's menu, though it originated in Quebec. Poutine is both tasty and messy and can be found all over the world.
Deep fried dough streched out to
resemble a beaver's tail served in a
paper wrapper; it can be slathered in butter, cinnamon, maple syrup and even peanut butter.
http://www.mommymusings.com/quebec-city-winter-carnival-food/
http://www.thedailymeal.com/what-eat-qu-bec-winter-carnival
https://carnaval.qc.ca/home
Chocolate Mousse
Resources
Poutine
It's a thick bubbly
pudding served in
thin glass cups or on a
paper plate.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Caribou
Beaver Tails
https://prezi.com/1m8pefo9bjfd/edit/#4_95982358
Poutine isn't just fries and
cheese. You can add any toppings, from sweet to savory.
Once a year Quebec has a
magical winter carnaval
that brings along quite a few tasty treats with it....

...but there are a couple of dishes that really stood out.
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