November 20, 2006

14 Odd Deep-Fried Foods

This Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a significant number of people who will deep fry their turkeys instead of roasting them, a process that in my opinion produces a tasty end result, but does require a lot of preparation. According to a recent article in the Christian Science Monitor, Martha Stewart started the whole turkey deep-frying trend, and as a result, inspired a renewed interest in deep frying other unconventional items. While I do enjoy some deep-fried foods (chicken, doughnuts, French fries), I think there are some foods that are better left alone. Not everyone agrees with me on this, which is obvious if you look at the examples below.

Savory

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63 Responses to “14 Odd Deep-Fried Foods”

  1. Jen said:

    Deep Fried S’MORES!!! Yum!!!

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  7. Amber said:

    Okay i love fried pickles. I have loved pickles all my life and when i was 19 I moved back to texas and had some for the first time adn there began my addiction for friend pickles.. however it seems the only place for fried pickles is in the southern states and I am now in Anchorage Alaska and I miss them so much.. BTW fried pickles are not wierd!! the serve them at every hooters!! hello! However there is no hooters here in Anchorage!! sad!

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  10. Guga said:

    Actually as an Italian I have to say that fried Pizza is EXTREMELY GOOD. You should eat it in Naples or made by someone who knows what he’s doing, anyway

  11. büyüler said:

    Actually as an Italian I have to say that fried Pizza is EXTREMELY GOOD. You should eat it in Naples or made by someone who knows what he’s doing, anyway

  12. Graham said:

    Wait wait wait. Coca cola was in there… How do you deep fry soda? That seems a little difficult

  13. PennyB said:

    who was it that said mars bars were not available in teh United states any more. we still have them in my area of vermont. plus you can order them from the Mars company and there are a few other web sites that have old fashioned candies that you can order them form too.