Most Canadians wouldn’t recognize the mushroom gravy in the “traditional” poutine, but it qualifies the dish as vegetarian at Brier Creek Beer Garden in Raleigh.
Most Canadians wouldn’t recognize the mushroom gravy in the “traditional” poutine, but it qualifies the dish as vegetarian at Brier Creek Beer Garden in Raleigh. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Most Canadians wouldn’t recognize the mushroom gravy in the “traditional” poutine, but it qualifies the dish as vegetarian at Brier Creek Beer Garden in Raleigh. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

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