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 Post subject: What's Your Wurst?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 10:29 pm 
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I've seen all sorts of decadent explorations of calories and fat. However, at Bat Fest I saw something that blew me away.

I thought chicken fried steak was bad. Well, at Bat Fest they had chicken fried bacon! :shock:

So what has everyone else seen? What's your wurst?


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deep fat fried snickers bars after fish and chips (deep fat fried of course) with mushy peas-- washed down with a couple of pints of Green King IPA

I'm getting fatter just thinking about it but it sure was yummy

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They were showing Chocolate covered Bacon on a stick at the Iowa State Fair----Yikes

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French fries with gravy I actualy like them

One hamburger chan in Texas has a triple cheese burger meal with a large shake is right at 2000 calories

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Daddy Gloves wrote:
French fries with gravy I actualy like them

One hamburger chan in Texas has a triple cheese burger meal with a large shake is right at 2000 calories


Oh, that reminded me of the Heart Attack Grill. They have a simple menu based on the number of bypass.

Here is a picture of the Quadruple Bypass burger being enjoyed by one of the patrons with a waitress.

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If you weigh over 350 lbs, you eat free! No kidding!

http://www.heartattackgrill.com/350.html


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I don't know if it competes but check out these bad boys
http://www.murrindindi.vic.gov.au/sites ... ?PageId=19

Ive never had one, but Ive seen em, and they both allured and scared me!


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At the Florida State Fair, I once tried a deep-fried twinkie... ewwww....

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I think I put on 5 lbs just reading this post :oops:

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Here's one of my all time favorites:
Grilled Stickies at 'The Diner' in State College PA
http://www.thediner.statecollege.com/stickies.html

My favorite order at waffle house is a Pecan waffle with Potatoes Scattered, Smothered, Covered Chunked and Topped. (used to be Potatoes 'all the way,' but they've added fungus (Capped) and Jalapenos (Peppered) to the list so I have to be specific) Large Milk and Coffee

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Ice Pirate wrote:
I think I put on 5 lbs just reading this post :oops:


I think that the sandwich my wife sent with me for lunch may not quite be enough.. Wendy's anyone?

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I tried a 'deep fat fried Snickers bar' at the fair one time. To be honest, I didn't care for it and Snickers is my fav. candy bar!

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Hey Rockfish,

I guess Yorkshire fish and chips fried in beef tallow would be the limit for me.

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Tampa Tom wrote:
At the Florida State Fair, I once tried a deep-fried twinkie... ewwww....


Okay look - dude that's just not raiiiiight.
:shock: :shock: :shock:

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Just read an article that KFC is testing a new "sandwich". It's bacon and cheese between two pieces of fried chicken. I don't make this stuff up.....

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/08/2 ... 66848.html


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I like Brat"wurst" myself, but my "worst" would be turkey fried in gravy and fries.

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