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Out in eastern Canada, Fries With The Works in P.E.I. is something locals have been hiding from the rest of the country.

The "legendary" dish is made with fries, gravy, ground beef and peas, so it's kind of like poutine but not quite.

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There is so much unique Canadian food to discover across the country if you look beyond butter tarts or Nanaimo bars and each province brings its own special dishes to the table. 

Here are foods from all 10 provinces that you need to try at least once in your life.

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One of the most Canadian festivals ever is coming up, and you can enjoy it from your home.

Toronto's La Poutine Week, presented by Saputo, is happening from February 1 to 7, 2021, and there are so many crazy creations to try.

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On a recent grocery run, something in the frozen food aisle caught my eye: Michelina's Poutine. 

This intrigued me for multiple reasons, both as someone who has enjoyed a number of this brand's microwavable meals in the past and as a poutine purist who wondered if this could even live up to the Canadian classic. 

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If you're like me, and like most people, you haven't had a good serving of biscuits and gravy in a long time. It should come as no surprise that Austin has a food truck that specializes in just that, with toppings you wouldn't even thinking about adding to your biscuits and gravy. The next time you're in the mood for a unique biscuit and gravy breakfast in Austin, (or lunch) you'll now know exactly where to go. 

Biscuits + Groovy is just that: one of the grooviest places in all of Austin to get your eat on. With all of the fun activities and things to do in the city, chances are that hunger will sneak up on you before you know it. The key is figuring out exactly where to go and the best places to introduce your friends to, since no one comes to Austin for a mediocre time.

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