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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I've never even been to Illinois! Do they really fry cheese there?
    Oh, I'm sorry! I was mistaking you for Sandy.

    While they probably DO fry cheese in Illinois, the "cheese-fry booth" is a reference to the old SNL skits about Chicago, in which Bears fans were spoofed pretty hard.

    "Cheese fries" are french fries slathered with Velveeta or the equivalent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Oh, I'm sorry! I was mistaking you for someone else.

    While they probably DO fry cheese in Illinois, the "cheese-fry booth" is a reference to the old SNL skits about Chicago, in which Bears fans were spoofed pretty hard.

    "Cheese fries" are french fries slathered with Velveeta or the equivalent.
    Oh, I know cheese fries. (Not in the biblical sense, but the next closest thing.) For some reason I read that as a verb instead of a noun.

    And I remember those skits. Da Bearss...
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    Default I'll never be THAT hungry for 'em, I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Oh, I'm sorry! I was mistaking you for Sandy.

    While they probably DO fry cheese in Illinois, the "cheese-fry booth" is a reference to the old SNL skits about Chicago, in which Bears fans were spoofed pretty hard.

    "Cheese fries" are french fries slathered with Velveeta or the equivalent.
    Hmm... I've never had them. It sounds pretty gross! I don't eat much fried foods, so I doubt I will either! I have been to carnivals where they offer fried Oreos, fried pickles, fried Snickers, fried Twinkies, fried... anything!
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    And Velveeta? Yuck.

    Give me some good, hard, cheese like parmesan, and I am happy! =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Hmm... I've never had them. It sounds pretty gross! I don't eat much fried foods, so I doubt I will either! I have been to carnivals where they offer fried Oreos, fried pickles, fried Snickers, fried Twinkies, fried... anything!
    Fried hot dish on a stick?

    At our state fair, things are fried and on a stick. I try not to eat too much there, though. But I have to get mini-donuts on occasion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    Fried hot dish on a stick?
    Oddly, today I'm in the mood for chocolate.

    I need to find Titania and smear some on her...

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    I'm in the mood for foxberry juice and/or a glass of Allesverloren shiraz wine.
    And then some steak, preferrably with some kind of barbequed flavour and some kind of fried potatoes on the side. Size, form and name does not matter. (Laughing hard now that I come to think about "freedom fries" XD) *ROFL* XD


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Oh, I know cheese fries. (Not in the biblical sense, but the next closest thing.) For some reason I read that as a verb instead of a noun.

    And I remember those skits. Da Bearss...
    Well, isn't fried cheese what mozzarella sticks would be considered?

    As for fried Twinkies, they are so delicious and so frightening at the same time that they might as well be Gina Gershon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    Well, isn't fried cheese what mozzarella sticks would be considered?

    As for fried Twinkies, they are so delicious and so frightening at the same time that they might as well be Gina Gershon.
    Of course, mozzarella sticks. I even like those. Now that I think about it, it seems really super decadent, though. Like Gina Gershon.
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    Being a former bar junkie and longtime Asian foodie, I've had fried cheeses --and not just mozarella folks, 'cause CzeCze is high-class, remember that -- fried bread, fried calamari, fried oysters, fried fish, fried crab -- alright fried seafood of all kinds, fried onion rings, fried potaters, fried veggies, fried ice cream and YES FRIED PICKLES! I ordered them at a bar because my old roommate from Texas always tried to make them. There were way too many jars of pickles in that house of no pregnant women.

    There is a dish at some diner near Philly of hot dogs covered in cream cheese, breaded, deep fried, and served on a bun.

    Why must fried food taste so good? Or rather, the texture is so lovely.

    And why is bar food almost always fried? Or else involving chili?

    A chili burger and fries with a cold beer...mmm...

    You can make simulated fried food by baking. If I cooked enough, I'd try that. I'm not sure about the simulate beer though.

    And dammit, now I'm hungry. I'm gonna be a freak and take pictures of my next meals and post them here. Because I know you'd all like that. Except it's way too early to start with bar food.

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