An Interesting Poutine Dish is Coming to Halton Very Soon
If you’re having a hard time finding something new to eat for dinner, you may want to mark an upcoming date on your calendar.
Before the long weekend, Kraft Dinner posted on Twitter asking Smokes Poutinerie to help end the debate on Canada’s national dish by suggesting a collaboration to create a KDPoutine.
All hungry Canadians had to do to make this collaboration possible was vote on the Twitter post’s poll. If 25,000 people voted the collaboration would happen. Luckily for all KD and Poutine lovers, the poll received 30,000 votes and the collab is officially happening!
Canada! Let's end the debate on our national dish. Thoughts on #KDPoutine? Smoke's @Poutinerie, let's collab if we get 25K votes!0— KD (@kraftdinner) June 24, 2019
Canada! Mettons fin au debat sur notre plat national. Votons pour la #KDPoutine. Smoke's @Poutinerie, collaborons ensemble si on atteint 25K votes!
KD followed up the post with another poll to find out what flavour Canadians craved the most. With over 49% of the votes, KD bacon mac ‘n’ cheese was the winner.
KD (@kraftdinner) June 28, 2019
However, rather than just bring one flavour, the KDPoutine will be coming to every Smoke’s Poutinerie location in Canada on July 15 in 3 cheesy flavours:
- KD bacon mac ‘n’ cheese
- KD mac ‘n’ cheeseburger
- KD buffalo mac ‘n’ cheese
Will you be visiting a Smoke’s Poutinerie on July 15 to try this epic creation?
KD (@kraftdinner) July 2, 2019
You can learn more about the KDpoutine at Kraft Dinner’s Twitter page.
Cover photo courtesy of Kraft Dinner’s Twitter
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