Gail Simmons and Ophira Eisenberg can agree on one thing: poutine is best eaten at three in the morning.

Gail Simmons and Ophira Eisenberg can agree on one thing: poutine is best eaten at three in the morning. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Gail Simmons and Ophira Eisenberg can agree on one thing: poutine is best eaten at three in the morning.

Gail Simmons and Ophira Eisenberg can agree on one thing: poutine is best eaten at three in the morning.

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Pack Your Knives And Go Play Trivia

Food writer, culinary expert and Top Chef judge Gail Simmons dishes on which food trends you should heed and which are oh-so-last-year. Hello poutine, good-bye cakepop!

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Gail Simmons: A Top Chef's Duel

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