Radio host Jérôme Landry explains the craze for Ashton's poutine
I love the blog The "badly cited" club where we always find delicious audio clips of hosts, politicians, journalists ... This time, the radio host Jerome Landry explains why Ashton's poutine is so different. The goal is to try to understand the huge lineup that there was when the branches of this restaurant reopened last week.
They explain: "But when I taste like an Ashton poutine, it's because I don't taste like another poutine. An Ashton poutine is like being apart. You can taste like poutine, but not Ashton poutine. As you can taste an Ashton poutine but not a poutine in general.". There you go, now we really understand the craze.
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