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Fried Pickles And More Fried Foods The Aliens Put Into Our Minds
First off, we all know that frying food in oil, lard and fat has been around for centuries. Here in the U.S. it seems to be more recognized as a Southern culture style of cooking. I love it, but it's surely not an everyday eating habit of mine for various reasons. Surely not the diet my grandparents had.
With that said, who planted these seeds to try and fry almost anything and everything? Pretty sure it was Aliens trying to end the human race via cholesterol. Joking aside, what is some of your "strangest" fried foods that you actually tried and liked? Also just some of your selections that you enjoy all the time.
I really like fried pickles if they are done right. and nay to the fast food versions.
The same with fried green tomatoes and fried okra.
Fried fish is a yes and sometimes fried clams, oysters and calamari.
I've had fried rattlesnake and gator tail. Very similar in taste, but the rattlesnake is a lot more chewy.
Now I'm getting hungry and need to go find something to fry so I can think of some more things to post...