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    07-08-2010, 05:19 PM
I could eat anything chocolate covered and deep fried. I even think paste would improve its taste if it was one or the other...maybe even both!

I hate anything green so all this talk of okra makes me wanna gag. I am a complete carnivore. Other than my obsession with potatos, I could seriously eat nothing but meat for the rest of my short life. I am known in my family as one of the pickiest eaters ever. If it is even remotely good for your, I wont eat it. Im sure it will be my demise some day but until then....yum!

Deep fried butter sounds pretty nasty. Deep fried Reeses cups are the most amazing thing I've ever had. Thank God for county else would I expand my food groups?!

As far as the butter thing goes, we have to hide it from my 3 year old son. He especially loves it out of the fridge and will grab the stick right off the counter and run with it. He calls it 'Ice cream butter'. Don't worry, he's a great little eater and if anything, he's too thin! He just loves his butter!

I couldnt eat the salty egg whites deep fried or chocolate covered. I don't think it would take away from the slimy factor. Now you give me a 12 pack and I might change my tune!
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    07-08-2010, 06:39 PM
Deep fried butter was on the Oprah show last year and she raved about it, so it must be good right?

I couldnt eat the salty egg whites deep fried or chocolate covered.
So that gave me the weirdest mental image. You'd have to be having a really good time in the kitchen, near hot liquids and that just seems...dangerous!

Now, if we're talking chocolate covered, they do actually make a product that comes in flavors to..."sweeten" that particular experience. Not that I would know anything about that....nope...not me.
    07-08-2010, 06:49 PM
Green Broke
Coffee, dangerous as it may seem, that's an experiment that warrants a little exploration... hmmm. Where's my Fry Baby?
    07-08-2010, 07:38 PM
This is for everyone who is officially grossed out now. Including me.
    07-08-2010, 08:48 PM
Green Broke
Sorry, had to be said, lol.
    07-08-2010, 10:24 PM
Originally Posted by coffeeaddict    

Now, if we're talking chocolate covered, they do actually make a product that comes in flavors to..."sweeten" that particular experience. Not that I would know anything about that....nope...not me.

This takes me back to my 18th birthday and an experiment with carmel. It didnt turn out well. Your body will go numb before you actually accomplish getting that stuff off of any body part. It was fun trying though...
    07-09-2010, 01:44 AM
Green Broke
Gone for a bit & this thread just gets weirder.
I not big on the fried stuff, but anything dipped in chocolate I'll try. If its got alcohol in it also, even better.
I ate a chocolate covered scorpion marinated in brandy at the fair last year. Crunchy, but not bad.
Corina -do I even want to know -ugh visual -I'm blind.
    07-09-2010, 01:46 AM
Oh, yah, PC! PC gets in the way of progress in the horse world, too.
    07-09-2010, 02:14 AM
Originally Posted by corinowalk    
Oh and spiders *for sure* taste creepy. I've never had one (that I know of! LOL) and I couldnt think of a better word. I am an arachnaphob (sp?) to the deepest pit of my soul. If I think about them too much, I swear Ill have to go take a shower...but not before inspecting every corner of my shower and under all my shampoo bottles for them! I either need locked up in the loony bin or a show on discovery.

Oh that hurt.

All my babies hiding in the corners of your shower and you don't care for them.
    07-09-2010, 09:17 AM
Carmel hu?

I think one would have to buy the carmel syrup stuff they sell for topping ice cream. Not near so sticky and solid. Much easier to lick clean. Oops, I mean, um.... eat....

Ice cream butter.... Um.... Yuck!

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