It's cheesy, salty, fatty and totally addictive. You can eat the classic version of poutine, with cheese curds and gravy, or you can add bacon, pulled pork, more cheese, ground beef - almost any ingredient you can think of.
CBC Kitchener-Waterloo food columnist Andrew Coppolino asked whether or not it could be called Canada's national dish.
We asked you, our CBC K-W listeners, what you thought and you told us how you like your poutine.
But first, Andrew Coppolino told us about what's sometimes referred to as "Newfie fries," poutine with stuffing, onions and peas. Take a look and listen to his interview with Craig Norris on The Morning Edition.