Well, now we know what Clinton’s “blue dog” supporters look like. The only thing missing are the guns and handling of rattlesnakes.
scotLand RAWKS for heart disease.
Aw yeah! Oh, and the deep fried Mars bars are awesome too…
I can feel my carotids clogging up just from reading that menu!
Thank you so much for posting this. That restaurant is only about 15 miles from me, but I have never had the courage to visit it. The owner says that “Some people eat two orders of Chicken-Fried Bacon and that’s their meal. You can call it breakfast or an appetizer or whatever you want to call it.” I’ll call it “Heart Attack on a Plate.”
That probably looks more horrifying than it actually is. Nutritionally, those would probably compare with Eggs Benedict.
Especially here in Atlantic Canada, where bacon in the deep fryer seems to be the standard cooking method at the diners.
eddie — the other local “delicacy” of Aberdeen area, deep-fried pizzas, is disgusting beyond words, however. The crust soaks up hot fat and swells up like a sponge.
I have a hypothesis, though, that there is a sort of “balanced” diet up here. After all, alcohol helps break down cholesterol. All that extra cholesterol gives all that extra alcohol something to do. It’s the only reason anyone up here lives past 40, so far as I can see.
Dave Bacon blogs about chicken-fried bacon?! What’s this? Meat the family?!
I almost forgot to mention another Western New York classic that was a favorite when I was in college – the Garbage Plate from Nick Tahou’s (pronounced Tahoe) in Rochester. They seem to have gotten more sophisticated in the intervening years, but there was a time when they had a second location that was famous not just for the garbage plate but also for how often it was visited by the cops (perhaps that is why it is no longer in existence).
If it exists, someone will try to deep-fry it. I thought deep-fried Twinkies and Elvis’s (reported) favorite – deep-fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches – were bad until I ran across a web page showing deep fried iPods and cellphones.
We must have a bad connection. There’s an awful lot of crackling and hissing on the line….
The crust soaks up hot fat and swells up like a sponge
That restaurant is only about 15 miles from me, but I have never had thevajina courage to visit it.
After all, alcohol helps break down cholesterol. All that extra cholesterol and şişme bebekgives all that extra alcohol something to do.
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