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Not that it's of much consequence, but fried dill pickle chips are finer examples of the fryer's art than fried dill pickle spears, which are tantamount to making pommes frites out of peeled, but uncut, new potatoes. I have no idea what cut of pickle you gentlemen used in your experiment, however.
Now that we've conquered Oreos, White Castle Burgers, Pickles, Pigs-in-Blankets. We just need deep fried candybars..
Deep fried Snickers Bars are sold at the Texas State Fair.
People deep fry sweet things like twinkies in the same batter that they use for fish. I don't think that's very good. Something a little sweeter, like a doughnut batter, would be better.
This is all horribly, horribly wrong. The Rapture can't be too far away, people. Repent! Enjoy your Mars bars unadulterated, just as the Good Lord intended.
What about deep fried MM's? Or raisins? Or deep fried apples? Or deep fried bananas? Or maybe deep fried Cheetos? Or deep fried Reeces Pieces? Or deep fried 3 Musketeers? Or deep fried pizza? Deep fried popcorn? Deep fried Cheese Burgers? Deep tried tacos? Deep fried Oranges? Deep fried cookis (other than Oreos)?And what would deep fried any of these be a portent of?Don't these sound yummy? :-)
I believe I saw someone on Iron Chef America deep-fry some egg yolks once. Or was it some crazy dream I had?Meanwhile, remember that chitlins are deep-fried fat. Deep-fried pork fat. The world is a wonderful place.And thanks for posting the article!
That sounds delicious and cozy. In the sense that it would want to make a home in my aorta.The best we ever did was a deep fried boot and a deep fried strawberry. The latter did actually become a hot, crispy pickle.
Deep-fried popcorn, you say? That might actually be brilliant. We should put a call in to Orville Redenbacher's horrible CGI zombie.
Last week someone sent me a link for a recipe for deep fried cookie dough, possibly with the expectation that I would make it. The accompanying picture was the most mesmerizing thing I've ever seen. http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_35367,00.htmlPart of me is afraid that if I made it, it would kill me immediately upon eating it. The rest of me is afraid that it would be the best thing ever created in the world and that it would kill me slowly over several years of eating nothing but. These two parts of me are still in a deadlock, which has resulted in me not yet making deep fried cookie dough.
Now that WC burgers have ben fried, you gotta fry an entire full-size bacon cheeseburgers and fries (all in one object).Or you can do like Homer Simpson and deep fry caramel dipped cotton candy.
Hot, crispy pickles!Sounds like my new exclamation of choice."Hot, crispy pickles! Is that dog speaking French?!"In other news, have you seen this? That third panel is Kick. Ass.
I wonder if anyone has ever attempted to deep fry an entire city. That might be an interesting experiment.
An entire city?? That would take one huge deep fryer.
Woah...fried oreos.I love this country.
Well if not a city, then perhaps the entire earth could be deep fried, with the sun itself as the fryer. I know just the people who could apply the batter.
Well, thinking logically, we should probably start by deep-frying Mercury and seeing how that tastes before we do anything really elaborate.
Deep fried White Castles...That could be used as a weapon.
I'm sure you've seen this before John, but I had to be certain. Don't F' with the Hodgeman.http://www.pcweenies.org/archives.php?toon=987
During my undergraduate years, I was a cook at a restaurant that offered fried pickles. You'd take dill pickle chips, toss them in flour, and fry the fuck out of them for a couple minutes. They were delicious.It warrents mentioning that, during my tenure as a short-order cook, we tried frying everything on the menu. Lettuce does not fry well. It disintegrates.
I have tried with no success to find an online archive of JH goodness from Men's Journal. I hope at some point they have the good sense to compile a "We knew him when..." compendium which could then be used as an appendix to the giant omnibus edition of Complete World Knowledge. I love your food articles, being a person who eats and all.^_^ Liza
I know there is a good possibility that you will not see this comment, as this is a very old entry... I have been looking for a Men's Journal archive because I am very interested in your article about Alton Brown. I adore you and I adore him... It must be the most wonderful article ever.
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