Today’s Disney photo: My ‘word of the day’ turned out to be @DisneySprings

Every once in blue moon, I find a word that intrigues me and it becomes my “word of the day” for a few weeks. Recently, that word was “poutine.” You know, the classic (traditional, legendary) food of Quebec and French Canadians – it is large-cut fries with gravy and cheese curds. Well, when I sat down at Disney Springs  on March 30, 2019, I noticed … MY WORD OF THE DAY! Here’s The Daily Poutine shop and it offers both the classical and untraditional poutine dishes. Yum! Oh, I haven’t tasted poutine, but I’ll try some the next time we’re at Disney Springs. We were at Walt Disney World for a weekend visit when I got this shot with my iPhone. (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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