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anomaly
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i'm a spicy mustard kind of white man
Post Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:05 am
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Captiv8 wrote:
The whole beautiful combination is baked or microwaved to perfection. .


Hold up...that may be your reheated option, but that sucker is at its flavor peak fresh out of the boiling fat.
Post Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:23 am
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wesfau wrote:
Captiv8 wrote:
The whole beautiful combination is baked or microwaved to perfection. .


Hold up...that may be your reheated option, but that sucker is at its flavor peak fresh out of the boiling fat.


At a state fair, with a side of fried dough and cheesy fries. Three days worth of calories in 1 sitting. OMNOMNOM
Post Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:46 am
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jakethesnake wrote:


At a state fair, with a side of fried dough and cheesy fries. Three days worth of calories in 1 sitting. OMNOMNOM


This guy knows.
Post Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:51 am
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Captiv8 wrote:
microwaved to perfection.

Boo this man!
Post Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:33 am
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phataccino wrote:
Captiv8 wrote:
microwaved to perfection.

Boo this man!


Don't act like you've never been so desperate for a corndog you couldn't wait and just nuked it for two minutes. Fucking gourmet corndog snob.
Post Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:11 pm
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Since has turned into the "dumb shit white people eat" thread, anyone here had poutine? I was in Milwaukee last weekend and gave it a shot. French fries covered in gravy and cheese curds. Brilliant.
Post Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:18 am
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I have. It fucking rules
Post Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:56 pm
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Captiv8 wrote:
phataccino wrote:
Captiv8 wrote:
microwaved to perfection.

Boo this man!


Don't act like you've never been so desperate for a corndog you couldn't wait and just nuked it for two minutes. Fucking gourmet corndog snob.

Haha...I'm not saying I've never come home from the bar at 3:00am and started going through a friend's freezer only to find some corn dogs, then toss them in the microwave a time or 30 in my life. I just think that's the shittiest way to cook a corn dog. I haven't had one in years, but if I ever find myself wandering around a county fair or something, I'll probably head toward the first booth I see with a 'hand-dipped corn dogs' sign. Also, it should be legal to punch someone square in the throat if they put ketchup on a corn dog.
Post Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:26 pm
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Captiv8 wrote:
Prontoid wrote:
ROTTY wrote:
I have never had a corndog! What is this whiteman delicacy?



It is a hotdog -- a poor man's frankfurter -- lovingly nestled into a sleeve of cornbread or regular breading. The whole beautiful combination is baked or microwaved to perfection. Ketchup or cheese dip optional.


That's assuming I know what "corn bread" is...I could look this up on the internet but don't want to ruin my ignorance..

OK heres some things ive wondered about for over twenty years:

When you get chicken and a biscuit - what the hell is the biscuit? I'm sure its not what we would term as a biscuit coz that would make no sense whatsoever as a side dish to chicken..

Also, what are Gritts? (spelling?)

While I'm at it, what would you guys define a "hotdog" as, I been having this argument with people for months...
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:46 am
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Prontoid wrote:


That's assuming I know what "corn bread" is...I could look this up on the internet but don't want to ruin my ignorance..



Corn bread is a dough made primarily of corn meal, rather than flour. It can be baked into a bread-like loaf, deep fried, made into muffins, or wrapped around a hotdog and fried.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornbread


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When you get chicken and a biscuit - what the hell is the biscuit? I'm sure its not what we would term as a biscuit coz that would make no sense whatsoever as a side dish to chicken..


A biscuit is a small bread item...like a savory scone, but ideally with more moisture content.




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Also, what are Gritts? (spelling?)


Grits are ground corn cooked with water. Think loose polenta.




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While I'm at it, what would you guys define a "hotdog" as, I been having this argument with people for months...


Hot dogs are various meat parts injected into a casing and segmented into individual franks. They are a form of sausage usually served on a bun and then topped with any manner of condiments and relishes.



And to bring it full circle: a corn dog looks like this:



It sounds like the bulk of your food confusion could be solved by spending a week or two in the American Southeast.
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:35 am
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The fuck is that a biscuit? Blasphemy, that is a scone

Biscuit
Cookie
Scone

One is for tea, one is for blue monsters and one is for jam

Christ, there are rules to this shit guys. Keep this up and I'm putting my red coat on, coming over there and spanking Obama till you accept proper tea snack consuming form

No class with you Americans, no class whatsoever


Disgusting
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 9:21 am
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mancabbage wrote:
The fuck is that a biscuit? Blasphemy, that is a scone

Biscuit
Cookie
Scone

One is for tea, one is for blue monsters and one is for jam

Christ, there are rules to this shit guys. Keep this up and I'm putting my red coat on, coming over there and spanking Obama till you accept proper tea snack consuming form

No class with you Americans, no class whatsoever


Disgusting


To the victor go the spoils. We won, so we'll call our food whatever the fuck we like. We also drink our tea iced.
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:03 am
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Who cares what they're called as long as they taste good?
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:34 am
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GrantherBirdly
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mancabbage wrote:
The fuck is that a biscuit? Blasphemy, that is a scone

Biscuit
Cookie
Scone

One is for tea, one is for blue monsters and one is for jam

Christ, there are rules to this shit guys. Keep this up and I'm putting my red coat on, coming over there and spanking Obama till you accept proper tea snack consuming form

No class with you Americans, no class whatsoever


Disgusting


Biscuits are typically soft and fluffly on the inside and out, whereas scones kind of have a crispt exterior and a denser inside right? If so, the differences between us may be smaller than we think and the hope for our countries engaging in another misguided war together still strong.
Post Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:37 am
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