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The city of Montreal is seriously unparalleled in the summer time. The terrasses are bustling, there's outdoor parties to attend and I definitely can't forget to mention how many unreal festivals we have all summer long. 

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At this stage in the game, we all know one thing for sure: jerk chicken is life.

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Honestly, I know a huge dish in Montreal is Portuguese chicken. And for good reason! Portuguese chicken is awesome. But have you ever tried jerk chickn? 

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Photo cred - @seasoneddreams

Get ready Montreal because all your poutine dreams are about to come true. A catering company called Seasoned Dreams (seriously how awesome is that name) is having a poutine delivery showdown this Friday, February 27th. From 1:00pm until supplies run out you'll be able to get 2 special poutines delivered right to your door so that you can pin them against each other and judge for yourself which one is the best.

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Caribbean cuisine and Montreal's most famous food have joined forces to bring you the ultimate meal, whether it be lunch, dinner, or 3am. Perhaps the most famous Caribbean dish, Jerk Chicken, and the beloved Montreal poutine are now locked together in a lipsmacking love affair of deliciousness called the Jerk Chicken Poutine.

Montreal Chef Jae-Anthony of Seasoned Dreams is the culinary craftsman behind the Jerk Chicken Poutine. Inspired by Montreal's food culture, Anthony thought the poutine would be complimented by the flavours of a traditional Carribean dish like jerk chicken. We've eaten this bad boy, and we can attest to it being straight up sublime.

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