Sean McCarthy and Ethan Percy hale from northern New York near the Canadian border. The cuisine they grew up with was heavily influenced by our friendly neighbors to the north. After winding up in Greenville, SC, they decided to bring this Canadian classic that is poutine to the southern parts of the United States with The Gravy Train. So, the next time you’re craving some comfort food, hop on this train – or, rather, trailer – and give these masterpieces a try.
Poutine is a simple yet ingenious concept. Start with a fresh bed of French fries, smother ‘em in gravy, and toss some cheese curds on top. Sean and Ethan serve up both the classic iteration of this dish and innovative takes. You can, say, throw some spicy buffalo chicken into the mix and opt for blue cheese crumbles in lieu of curds. Or, go for a vegetarian variety chock-full of both mushrooms and mushroom gravy. Sweet tooth calling? They even have dessert poutines, made with sweet potato fries and decadent toppings like marshmallows, chocolate sauce, and pumpkin spice frosting. If you’re drooling, we’ve got good news. They cater, so book The Gravy Train for your next event. This gut-busting feel-good fare is a surefire way to make your guests leave grinning.
The Gobbler — Thanksgiving dinner in poutine form featuring smoked turkey breast drenched in a gravy made from the drippings served over a bed of french fries mixed with stuffing and dried cranberries.
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