Poutine au Pain
Poutine au Pain means "bread pudding" in Québecois and Acadian French.
Like Bread Pudding in English, there is no one set recipe, but rather many.
- Poléon! T'as pas mangé ta poutine au pain. (Poleon, you haven't eaten your bread pudding).
- Pas faim, m'man. (I'm not hungry, mum).
The term is also common in Acadian French.
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