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To quote Hank Williams, Jr.
“Country boys can survive.”
This statement rings true for all of America’s hard-working, blue collar folk. But what makes a “country boy” so likely to survive in the first place? What gives the rural man his grit, his substance?
This poutine, that’s what.
Now, take a moment, and close your eyes. Imagine yourself out on the ranch. The sun hasn’t even come up yet. You’re up early, because you know that you’ve got a whole day of back-breaking work ahead of you. The cows broke through the south fence, the barn needs repairs, you name it. With a hard day like this ahead, you need a breakfast that’s as tough as you.
That’s where we come in.
This dish has everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Fat. Carbs. Protein. Coffee. End of story. You won’t find any kale or quinoa here. ‘Round these parts, we ain’t got time for none of that hooey. We have potatoes, fried up just nice. We’ve got cheese curds, because we’re good, god fearin’ folk .We’ve got big ol’ juicy slabs of ham and a couple of crispy eggs up, just like momma used to make. And to top it all off, we’ve got some red eye gravy that’ll have you feelin’ finer than a frog’s hair split four ways.
When you ain’t got the time to be rustlin’ up none of that fancy city-slicker grub, we’ve got you covered.