Canadian Poutine Coasters
Poutine is a dish that originated in Québec in the late 1950s. The most widespread story is that poutine originates from a restaurant formerly called Le Lutin qui rit in Warwick, in the Arthabaska region. In 1957, a client named Eddy Lainesse would have asked the owner Fernand Lachance to mix the cheese curds with the fries. When Lachance peered into the bag after the two ingredients were mixed together, he remarked, “This is a ‘poutine,’” using the joual—or Québécois slang—for a “mess.”
Cork is environmentally friendly. These coasters are not just for protecting your furniture, they keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot!
(4 pcs) measures 4"x 4"
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