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Old 02-18-2015, 05:14 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Chief Longwind Of The North View Post
One of those odd items is really good. If you've never had fried ice cream from Carlos & Totos restaurant in Barstow California, then you are just plain missing out on one of the great things in life.

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Let's see, I was last in Barstow California in 1966. I never heard of that place, but then I was only there briefly during a short stint at Ft. Irwin while I was in the Army Reserve. I never really saw any reason to go back.

Just Googled it and it appears to be closed according to Yelp.com.

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Old 02-22-2015, 08:46 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Andy M. View Post
French fries
Chicken wings
Onion Rings
Fish filets
Fried Chicken

...and it might be fun to try other stuff.
Andy, I fry pretty much the same foods as you do, with the addition of diced potato (about the same size as playing dice), and home-made egg rolls and wontons. One thing I did deep that came out exceptional was naked steelhead trout fillets. I posted it previously in its own thread. I simply took the frozen filet, with not coating, seasoning or anything else, skin on, and dropped it into the hot oil (yep, in that big wok) and let sizzle for ten minutes. When I took it out, I simply seasoned with salt. That was possible the best tasting chunk of steelhead I've ever eaten. I mention it here because it's worth repeating.

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