Food & Drink

Poutine sushi is the Japanese-Canadian fusion you secretly hoped for

In the greatest bit of Canadian-Japanese diplomacy since Alan Thicke and Kobayashi shared a hot dog, the world has willed poutine sushi into existence. Well, The Vulgar Chef has. And by "willed into existence" we mean he crammed McDonald's fries, leftover gravy from a Salisbury steak, and some curds from an unnamed source on top of some cheap rice and rolled it into a sushi shape. We recommend you serve it with a fresh wasabi beer.

Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist, and prefers her fries with seasoning, not seaweed. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.