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Old 06-21-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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Deep-Fried Cereal Debuts at County Fair

Deep-Fried Cereal Debuts at County Fair | ABC News Blogs - Yahoo!

When you are all out of traditional milk for your cereal just go ahead and deep fry it

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Old 06-21-2012, 06:35 PM   #2
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How disgusting!
Deep fried food should be banned at places like that where there are lots of kids, by the government!
People clearly can't control themselves if they can make a dollar..
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How disgusting!
Deep fried food should be banned at places like that where there are lots of kids, by the government!
People clearly can't control themselves if they can make a dollar..
Isn't the TX State Fair famous for its deep-fried butter vendor?
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Old 06-21-2012, 07:24 PM   #4
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Isn't the TX State Fair famous for its deep-fried butter vendor?
Haha! Yeah, I've heard people brag about that. Never been there. Horrifying!
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Old 06-21-2012, 11:24 PM   #5
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deep fried butter? do people really eat that?

is it a compound butter at least?
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I guess so--originated in TX, but Paula Deens has a recipe for deep-fried butter balls and the "trend" moved to Iowa as well...(plug in deep-fried butter and there are lots of hits).

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If I were going to surrender my blood vessels I would be more likely to give up my circulatory freedom for a deep fried Twinkie.
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When I lived in hillbillytown TX, there was a tiny trailer selling deep fried velveeta outside of a little strip mall. Suspicious..
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When I lived in hillbillytown TX, there was a tiny trailer selling deep fried velveeta outside of a little strip mall. Suspicious..
Not that I've ever seen or eaten it, but one of the links I popped open showed Fried Spam on a stick...
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Not that I've ever seen or eaten it, but one of the links I popped open showed Fried Spam on a stick...
Oh my glob, is spam that nasty dog food -like "ham" in a can?
That definitively tops the list over nasty fried stuff!
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