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Country fried bacon with cream gravy

 

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Deep fried bacon around a hot dog with egg and cheese on a bun AKA: Jersey Breakfast

 

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Seven Steps end your life: Gourmet Bacon Suishi

 

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Edit: The last illustration also serves as an example of your arteries after eating.

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I don't know whether that looks disgusting or delicious. Probably both. But if you want to eat any of these, you might want to check into a hospital to be evaluated for suicidal tendencies first....

 

I've always wondered what a deep-fried Milky Way tastes like, though.

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I've always wondered what a deep-fried Milky Way tastes like, though.

 

If you're ever going to try one a word of advice

 

Make sure it's good and cooled oof. Otherwise it's like biting into a hunk of particularly thick napalm.

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That bacon sushi looks tasty. Although, with "sushi" in the name, I was afraid it was something uncooked, and that's not so tasty!

 

As a kid, I used to have bacon sandwiches, which were just white bread, bacon, and mayo (or miracle whip). Yum!

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But its comes with your choice of onion rings, potato wedges or fries and the drink is free.

 

"And a diet coke, please."

 

 

I've had this... it's delicious...

 

Wrong

 

But delicious

 

I blame Canada.

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I don't know whether that looks disgusting or delicious. Probably both. But if you want to eat any of these, you might want to check into a hospital to be evaluated for suicidal tendencies first....

 

I've always wondered what a deep-fried Milky Way tastes like, though.

 

Had deep-fried Snickers and deep-fried Oreos at the county fair. Oh, and a cream-cheese filled, deep-fried pickle. They're all dipped in funnel cake batter, so it's the light, sugary stuff. The Snickers was pretty good. I'm a firm believer that the reason county fairs exist is to fry things that I can eat.

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Had deep-fried Snickers and deep-fried Oreos at the county fair. Oh' date=' and a cream-cheese filled, deep-fried pickle. They're all dipped in funnel cake batter, so it's the light, sugary stuff. The Snickers was pretty good. I'm a firm believer that the reason county fairs exist is to fry things that I can eat.[/quote']

 

Heh - our Floriade festival (just finished) is there just to provide us with good fudge, roasted nuts of various sorts, honey-based soft drinks and cheap good bread :)

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There's some real winners in the canned food division here. Pork brains in cream sauce' date=' with 1170% of the recommended daily cholesterol intake in one serving.[/quote']

 

Although the writer should correct their Heroes misinformation - even Sylar finds the idea of eating brains disgusting :)

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Heh - our Floriade festival (just finished) is there just to provide us with good fudge' date=' roasted nuts of various sorts, honey-based soft drinks and cheap good bread :)[/quote']

 

What? Not fried things? You people are barbarians.

 

We have county fairs, and then the state fair. Before the state fair, the Minneapolis-St. Paul paper runs a long story highlighting the best food stalls. Have to be a couple hundred options. There was the half-inch thick, deep-fried bacon, the chocolate-covered bacon, the garlic fries, the turkey legs, the ribs, fried cheese curds, fried onion rings, fresh ice cream . . . well, that's just what I had.

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What? Not fried things? You people are barbarians.

 

We have county fairs, and then the state fair. Before the state fair, the Minneapolis-St. Paul paper runs a long story highlighting the best food stalls. Have to be a couple hundred options. There was the half-inch thick, deep-fried bacon, the chocolate-covered bacon, the garlic fries, the turkey legs, the ribs, fried cheese curds, fried onion rings, fresh ice cream . . . well, that's just what I had.

 

And yet you lived to tell the tale.

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The closest we get to fried things are dagwood dogs, those long thin Spanish donut things I've forgotten the name of, and pancakes. I like the tiny Hungarian pancakes they cook in a hexagonal plate - you have a bunch of them covered with cream.

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That Luther burger sounds horrible, but you never know. I thought the Monte Cristo sandwich sounded scary until I ate one, yum.

 

It is essentially a ham, turkey & cheese sandwich on french toast with powdered sugar & raspberry jam.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Cristo_sandwich

 

I see there are some variations.

 

Now I'm hungry. :cheers:

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Geez.

 

I am not at all .... extremist, as regards food, and certainly enjoy the occasional unhealthy meal. But looking at some of the "food" here, I gotta wonder - Why not just have pure cholesterol fed intravenously instead? It would save time, at least.

 

'Those who don't care', indeed. We are W-A-Y the other side of that particular description, IMO

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