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2008-02-11 05:12:27 PM
i bought a deep fryer specifically for the ability to deep fry a mars bar. No seriously I did. I've also deep fried a ham n cheese sammich
 
2008-02-11 05:14:01 PM
Shakespeare's Monkey: You can get deep fried anything at the Ohio State Fair, and I suspect many other fairs as well. I remember deep fried Snickers bars. The best part is when they ask you if you would like it rolled in powdered sugar. Yes, yes I would.

deep fried twinkie...

topped with whipped cream, hot fudge and a cherry

there is none higher
 
2008-02-11 05:14:28 PM
Hmmm--deep fried Peeps?

/Easter's coming up.
//And so are my deep fried Peeps.
 
2008-02-11 05:15:45 PM
erikperkins.com
 
2008-02-11 05:17:50 PM
img186.imageshack.us

Deep-fried Mars bars are good desserts after Japanese pizza.
 
2008-02-11 05:18:03 PM
m1gunr: Wait till ya try the deep fried haggis. A Sheep's stomach stuffed with wheat & barley and bits of who knows what, covered in egg, rolled in cornmeal and deep fried. Served with a warm pint of Guinness beer. Kind of looks like a day old placenta until you pour some of the beer over it. Does Not Taste Like Chicken....

What do you do with it?
 
2008-02-11 05:18:48 PM
Another Scottish use for the Mars Bar, courtesy of Glasgow:

www.glasgowsurvival.co.uk
 
2008-02-11 05:19:03 PM
Was I the only one to notice and be surprised about a Fish n Chip 'shop' that sold Vodka and Whisky??? (see pic 3 in TFA)

What a place!
 
2008-02-11 05:23:01 PM
why would I ever want to? We have enough human lard on the hoof in this country as it is.
 
2008-02-11 05:24:02 PM
I'm wondering if wrapping the Mars bar in bacon would make it even better.

/my arteries are hard as a gangsta
 
2008-02-11 05:24:12 PM
seriously people... no one has posted this yet?
 
2008-02-11 05:25:22 PM
jds7t3: seriously people... no one has posted this yet?

/bad link
//Bluth family "cornballer"
 
2008-02-11 05:25:43 PM
Bunch of amateurs

Fry-a-thon (new window)
 
2008-02-11 05:29:40 PM
Dirtybird971: DPoem: I wonder what the ear pieces taste like?

BABY!! The other white meat...


On a side note this is the country that also serves Haggis..
Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish.

There are many recipes, most of which have in common the following ingredients: sheep's 'pluck' (heart, liver and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally boiled in the animal's stomach for approximately three hours.

Yummy, I think I just threw up in my mouth a little just then..

/Scottish = angry drunk


I think you missed the point.
/Scottish = Pished
 
2008-02-11 05:31:17 PM
Fat Bastard!
 
2008-02-11 05:31:47 PM
It's not food - it's fark.com
 
2008-02-11 05:36:22 PM
The deep fried Mars bar was delicious, but too rich to eat it all. On the other hand, deep fried Oreo cookies, which I tried for the first time when visiting the Kennywood Park, are fabulous AND you can make it through the whole thing.
 
2008-02-11 05:37:25 PM
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][TCP/IP Sockets]General network error. Check your network documentation.

/Includes/inc-dataconnection.asp, line 10
 
2008-02-11 05:38:17 PM
We had deep-fried coke at the carnival in my hometown once...it was nasty. The deep fryer has horrible and wonderful powers.
 
2008-02-11 05:41:28 PM
We broke the site!
 
2008-02-11 05:41:52 PM
www.united-shops.com
 
2008-02-11 05:42:19 PM
cut out the middle man and flush the rascal
 
2008-02-11 05:48:48 PM
Ow! My Heart!
 
2008-02-11 06:07:18 PM
Had deep fried snickers, oreos, and reese's cup at the SC state fair. Absolutely delicious. Did not try the fried coke.

/regrets it!
 
2008-02-11 06:15:57 PM
Did someone say fish sticks?

i257.photobucket.com
 
2008-02-11 06:17:44 PM
You can deep fry anything. Almost.
 
2008-02-11 06:44:47 PM
OM NOM NOM
 
2008-02-11 06:47:58 PM
Angry Llama: You can deep fry anything. Almost.

There we go.
 
2008-02-11 06:50:34 PM
Provider error '80004005'

Unspecified error

/Includes/inc-dataconnection.asp, line 10

Hmmm... I'm guessing the connection wasn't closed, so there are too many users. That's why you always make sure you close in every path.

Now, deep-fried pickles & ranch...
 
2008-02-11 06:54:08 PM
I'm Scottish, deep fried mars bars been around for a looooooong time, but if your gonna deep fry anythin it has to be pizza, mmmmmmm I only have one a year.......I expect to live till im 50
 
2008-02-11 06:56:16 PM
This is the kind of relevant, pertinent information that keeps me coming back to Fark.

/not kidding
 
2008-02-11 07:10:04 PM
images.teamsugar.com

pretty much the best thing ever: fried twinkies
 
2008-02-11 07:15:13 PM
i21.photobucket.com
 
2008-02-11 07:16:15 PM
Only because they put on that powdered sugar -- otherwise it would just taste like grease!
 
2008-02-11 07:27:56 PM
So not long ago, following receiving a proper digital candy / oil thermometer for Christmas (I make English toffee occasionally), I tried the deep-fried Snickers and Twinkie things, just to see what the hype was.

The Twinkie was completely underwhelming. It tasted like a fried doughnut. Whoopee. Way too much effort when I can go out and buy a doughnut.

The Snickers was awesome. Gooey, nasty, greasy, awesome. Did it look like a fried turd? Yep. Did I have a turd-eating grin on my face as I finished it? Also yes.

/did the Oreos a couple years ago
//those were yummy too
 
2008-02-11 07:30:09 PM
Zagroseckt: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][TCP/IP Sockets]General network error. Check your network documentation.

/Includes/inc-dataconnection.asp, line 10


I think their server just experienced heart failure.

Defribulator. STAT!

CLEAR! ZZZZAP!!
CLEAR! ZZZZAP!!
CLEAR! ZZZZAP!!

It's DEAD Jim!
 
2008-02-11 07:42:57 PM
technicolor-misfit: justanotherfarkinfarker - What is the oil temp? also what kind of batter?

My guess is about 375, and a tempura-type batter.


375 should be easy to remember, because that's what your cholesterol will be after it.
 
2008-02-11 07:48:33 PM
Link is
i17.tinypic.com
 
Ook
2008-02-11 08:40:02 PM
last time I made something like this it was deep-fried milky way bars (dunno how they tasted, too scared to try them) I was making fried drop-doughnuts and someone asked if they could roll milky way bars in the doughnut batter and then fry them. I've always been fairly adventurous in my cooking (not telling how the grease stains got on the ceiling, that was a different day) so we went for it. didn't look bad, ppl said it was tasty.

now fried pizza, the recipe I use is from my little ancient great-great grandmama and comes from italy's poor. you shape the dough into a round flat shape and lay it into the hot oil, turn it when it's brown and then take it out, drain it, put sauce and cheese and toppings on it and either let it sit until the cheese melts (hot crust and hot sauce does that) or stick it in an oven for a few minutes. she grew up with this as the method for making pizza when you couldn't afford an oven. weird creatures, old people.
 
2008-02-11 09:01:15 PM
I used to try to deny the greatness until I tasted one. I split one with someone once and I can't say I'd do it often (only once so far, and that was years ago), but until you try it you really won't know how f*cking good it is.
 
2008-02-11 09:15:40 PM
Katalyst:

I lewlerd
 
2008-02-11 09:45:34 PM
Dirtybird971: On a side note this is the country that also serves Haggis..
Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish.

There are many recipes, most of which have in common the following ingredients: sheep's 'pluck' (heart, liver and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally boiled in the animal's stomach for approximately three hours.


Yes, and traditionally, sausage is made the same way. Just like sausage, nowadays haggis is really just Sheep Sausage. If you can get past the texture, the taste's fine. =D

/om nom nom nom
 
2008-02-11 09:57:57 PM
Where was the Mars Bar discontinued? As of a few days ago, I purchased one!

/in Canada
//more slashies!
 
2008-02-11 10:53:52 PM
heavymetal: Looks like the Scottish and Alabamians rednecks have simillar cooking styles, deep fry anything and it tastes better.

FTFM.
Pet peeve.

If you're gonna call out an ethnic group, then do it ya coward.
That's like saying everyone in NYC eats pastrami on rye.
Or that guest workers find sustinence exclusively thru frijoles negroes.
 
2008-02-11 11:10:40 PM
Leafsweetie: Where was the Mars Bar discontinued? As of a few days ago, I purchased one!

/in Canada
//more slashies!


Canadian Mars bar = US Milky Way... well, sort of (new window).

/thinks about deep frying one of these:
www.boogaj.com
 
2008-02-12 12:55:14 AM
How the hell do you deep fry coke? It's a liquid!
 
2008-02-12 02:52:43 AM
I realize it's been said before in this thread. However, I feel the absolute need to reiterate: THAT LOOKS DISGUSTING!!!


/gimme one
 
2008-02-12 03:10:26 AM
luigibrasile
I got to try that thing in Hirakata this summer. Easily the weirdest pizza I ever ate, but it was delicious (and tiny). The purokogi topping is much better though. I can't believe I didn't take a picture of it.
 
2008-02-12 04:45:03 AM
How to deep-fry a Mars bar in your very own home...that has a commercial deep-fat fryer & a wonking great tub of batter to coat the candy bar. Isn't everybody's home kitchen so equipped?
 
2008-02-12 04:46:44 AM
Rusty McSukit: I thought they discontinued the Mars bar a year or two ago...

In the article's comments, someone mentions that Americans should substitute our equivalent of the Mars bar, the Milky Way bar, which is still around.
 
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