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chezbenpoutinesmql.jpgA prolific ode to the bellwether snack food of la belle province made the pages of The Wall Street Journal this weekend. In "On the Hunt for Quebec's Best Poutine", Adam Leith Gollner embarks on a casse-croûte crawl outside of Montreal and writes: "Quebec's contribution to the junk-food arts has been on a tear of late. You can find poutine—french fries and nuggets of curd cheese smothered in gravy—at New York hot spots like Fatty 'Cue and M. Wells Steakhouse." [WSJ]