PZ Myers new diet

My brother, who lives in Kentucky, very recently had similar corrective heart surgery as PZ’s. He sent me this video to pass on to PZ of what appears to be the latest trend in Kentucky health food, as well as the main novel food item that will be sold at the Kentucky State Fair which starts up in a day or two.


Mmmm mmmm good. I hope they have this for the Minnesota State Fair as well, but of course, it will have to be mounted on a stick.

Mmmm mmmm good.

Hey, who’s going to the fair this year? Starts in two days!

Comments

  1. #1 Eric
    August 24, 2010

    This makes me hungry.

  2. #2 Mu
    August 24, 2010

    Nothing better than deep fried Lutefisk on a stick!

  3. #3 NewEnglandBob
    August 24, 2010

    The donut-burger-egg-bacon-donut sandwich would be about six weeks worth of fat, cholesterol and calories. No wonder the southern states have the most number of obese people. They should have gone for nine weeks worth and fried that concoction in Crisco.

  4. #4 Aunt Benjy
    August 24, 2010

    Fun, but first video is blocked in New Zealand for copyright reasons. :(

  5. #5 Bill
    August 24, 2010

    I thought he was on a strict diet of holy water and communion wafers?!?

  6. #6 Greg Laden
    August 24, 2010

    Communion wafers might actually be good with the right dip. But I wouldn’t be able to eat them. I would break out in a cold sweat. That happens to me in a church, it would probably happen to me tasting the wafer too.

  7. #7 John McKay
    August 24, 2010

    Shame on Paula Deen for leaving out the melted cheese!

  8. #8 momkat
    August 25, 2010

    New England Bob, now that would have just been excessive;). Most anything on a Krispy Kreme is a glimpse of heaven.

  9. #9 bcoppola
    August 25, 2010

    Ahem…that would be the Jawjuh state fayuh, since Paula Deen is from Savannah. Heck , even this Michigan native knows that.

    BTW, does Ms. Deen lay on the y’awls a bit thick or do they really talk like that around Savannah? I’ve only been through GA once on the I-75 snowbird trek to Flawduh.

  10. #10 Stephanie Z
    August 25, 2010

    Savannah is quite proud of being a bastion of Southern history. They don’t let themselves be affected by the outside world as much as, say, Atlanta, which is much more cosmopolitan.

  11. #11 Ben Breuer
    August 25, 2010

    GL: “I would break out in a cold sweat. That happens to me in a church, …”

    Perhaps a successful antidote would your visiting Church Brew Works, should you come to Pittsburgh (PA). Good beer and good food, served in a beautiful church building.

    {Sorry if this comes by twice. I forgot to enter my e-mail the first time.}