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post #91 of 100
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Originally Posted by billyymc View Post
It's illegal, but apparetnely just so good that places bootleg it.
If the EU had its way, hand-rolled pasta would be illegal.
post #92 of 100
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Originally Posted by epl View Post
in scotland they take a fully cooked pizza, then dip it in batter and chuck it in the fryer.
The English have all kinds of myths about the Scottish diet -- like the idea that they eat deep fried Mars bars (think Milky Way).

At least, I thought it was a myth until, after a terrific Thai meal, one of my guests (an American of Taiwanese descent, as it happens) took us to a chip shop for dessert and there we did indeed have (in my case one bite of) deep fried Mars bars. They didn't mention it on the board over the counter, though -- and it was in the heart of England.

To take the thread further, here's this link:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programme...nt/5371500.stm

I think that compared with that okra is pretty tame ...
post #93 of 100
Thread Starter 
Deep fried Mars bar doesnt sound half bad.
post #94 of 100
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Deep fried Mars bar doesnt sound half bad.
No, it wasn't -- if you have a very sweet tooth (I don't). Sort of butterscotchy-toffeeish. But you'd need the metabolism of a hummingbird (or have just climbed four hours up a mountain) to eat all of one of those things ...
post #95 of 100
Sounds like it would go well with a couple of butter tarts.
post #96 of 100
In aspic
post #97 of 100
Mungtuk
post #98 of 100
Do you mean Muktuk? That's nothing compared to stinkflipper.
post #99 of 100
Yup same stuff, I'm intrigued by this stink flipper, sort of like pickled muktuk only fermented??? I cannot understand how mc donalds or pizza hut could survive in AK with competition against this.
post #100 of 100
Scrapple.

Think about it:

All the parts of the pig unfit for sausage- mixed with corn meal, then formed into a loaf, then pan fried...

YUM!
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