Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Hockey and Poutine

Last night Richard and I headed up to Ottawa to see a hockey game. His beloved Chicago Blackhawks were playing the Ottawa Senators. Being a Montreal Canadiens fan I cheered every goal for both sides.

Great hockey arena. Great seats. Lots of noise. Lots of fun.

And look what we managed to squeeze in between all that action. Yup, a poutine.

The poutine was okay. The gravy wasn't hot enough to melt the cold curds. But the fries were hot and fresh. I guess I'd give it a 3 out of 5 curds.

What do you think...could there be anything more Canadian than hockey and a


Newsman said...

Obviously, the Hswks, the best in the NNL, played a typical road game and took it easy on the feeble Sens. The poutine was ordinary, consistent with the atmosphere in the Bank.
Like the Hawks, we are moving on to bigger and better things.

Newsman said...

I deliberately made a mistake in the Hawks, just to get atentiion.

Jack D'Mestiere said...

5 minute major for Styrofoam! Automatic 1 curd deduction.

Ronna said...

Hey Jack, I thought you LIKED poutine in a styrofoam container and deducted for china? We have to clear that up. Which is it?