Few can make the case that Danny St-Pierre is not the most industrious chef in Quebec. The personable restaurateur runs the very popular Auguste and café Chez Augustine in Sherbrooke, hosts Qu'est-ce qu'on mange pour souper on Radio-Canada, has a new cookbook out this fall and is a constant on social media and radio.
Now comes word that St-Pierre's poutine inversée, a sort of poutine croquette, will soon be available in supermarkets across the province. This just days after Jérôme Ferrer announced his own line of ready-to-eat meals. In an interview with La Presse, St-Pierre said of the decision: "Not only is it necessary to diversify, but I think a good business today must think of clever ways to get noticed."