It’s no secret that Canadians seriously love poutine. It is, after all, the pride and joy of Canadian culture (unlike certain politicians and prostitute-loving pop stars).
Last summer, Toronto’s Poutine Fest tickets sold out in a mere two minutes, crushing the hopes of plenty of Torontonians while the lucky ticket holders chowed down on those delicious bits of cheese curds and fries soaked in mouth-watering gravy. With a demand so high, it’s no wonder the makers of Poutine Fest are throwing a new poutine event our way — the “Passport to Poutine.”
For the humble price of $20, you get to discover and try six savoury and gourmet poutines ranging from the classic fare to some eclectic takes (Indian poutine, anyone?). All you have to do is purchase your passport, and present it at participating eateries.
Tickets aren’t on sale just yet, but we highly advise you to sign up for e-mail notification so you don’t miss out on this sure-to-be delectable event!
For more information, visit joylister.com/poutine-passport.