Fries: they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and flavors: shoestring, steak-cut, waffle, curly, crinkle-cut, sweet potato, and wedges.
They go along with nearly everything -- burgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, even milkshakes.
In Canada, they even have a dish that is nothing but fries. Traditional poutine typically consists of fries topped with cheese curds and doused in gravy.
At The American Poutine Co. in Gilbert, they have more than a dozen poutine variations, including pizza fries, apple pie fries, BBQ fries and bacon-cheeseburger fries.
Watch the video in the player above to see how the apple pie and pizza fries are made.
Brendan McGuinness, born in northeastern British Columbia, and his wife, Mareka, opened their poutinerie as a food truck in the Valley in 2015. Shortly after, the duo added a second truck.
In June 2017, they opened a physical storefront near Val Vista and Warner roads in Gilbert which allowed them to add more poutine flavors.
Each dish varies between $7-$14.
IF YOU GO:
The American Poutine Co.
1395 E. Warner Road, Gilbert AZ 85296
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