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2013-04-07 07:41:25 PM  

Tchernobog: whistleridge: TuteTibiImperes: I lived in Delaware for over 15 years and not only did I never see one of those crab rangoon pastry-puffs, I never even heard of them.

Scrapple would be a much better choice, though they gave NC livermush, which is similar, but NC could just as easily get whole-hog bbq and the problem would be solved.

I've lived my whole life in NC, and I've never once heard of livermush. And there are some down-home deep-South bonified rednecks in my family.

I'm going to go with 'this author picked crap at random out of Google searches'.

I came here to say exactly this.  I scrolled down specifically to see what NC was going to have on there.


Lancaster County, PA Amish scrapple fried in too much butter. Pure heaven.
 
2013-04-07 07:41:53 PM  

SilentStrider: the loco moco and hot beef sundaes sound good.
livermush just sounds like scrapple.
chicken fried steak is amazing.
and the cheese steak? Of course.
And deep fried cheese curds? If you've never had these, you're missing out. AMAZING.


Loco Moco sounds a bit like Picadillo, just with brown gravy instead of a sofrito style base.  I'd give it a try.
 
2013-04-07 07:42:30 PM  

tkwasny: Lancaster County, PA Amish scrapple fried in too much butter. Pure heaven.


I'm heading to Shady Maples tomorrow, I may have to get some of their scrapple.
 
2013-04-07 07:42:37 PM  

fjnorton: The Nick Tahoo's garbage plate was great at 2am after har bopping. The grease cut off all alcohol absorbsion


Only problem is the downtown one closed at 8 PM or so due to excessive shootings and things (at least when I lived there 10 years ago or so)
 
2013-04-07 07:42:55 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: MN is a DQ burger? Have you EVEN BEEN to the MN State Fair?! They deep fry moose for cripes sake. Cripes.


That must be a farking huge fryer.
 
2013-04-07 07:44:42 PM  
Illinois should not be pizza it should be a horseshoe. An open faced sandwich (usually burger or lots of pork) covered with fries and drowned in liquid cheese
 
2013-04-07 07:47:49 PM  
 
2013-04-07 07:48:39 PM  
Disclaimer: anything served at the Iowa State Fair is cooked in a mobile trailer that likely services a variety of states during the summer season. The fact that these trailers have enough room for a register, fryer, heating table, and fridge means each year they fry something "new" somewhere in the corn belt.
There are brick and mortar eateries, but they do not attract the bloodthirsty press that the Fried Behemoth of the year gets.
 
2013-04-07 07:48:39 PM  
This list is useless. Eating fat is not solely responsible for weight gain. They should have listed a total caloric content as well as a cabohydrate content.

As it is the last thing they listed, Lamb, is actually packed with healthy fats and overall a much healthier meat than grain fed beef or pork/bacon/ham. This is because they do not feed lambs grain, but instead let them graze like all sheep. So if I am looking for grass fed beef and can't find it I always get lamb as a back up.
 
2013-04-07 07:49:48 PM  

BlousyBrown: miniflea: Has anyone here actually tried the krispy kreme burger? It looks like something I would like to eat once, but I suspect the combination of two awesome things maybe doesn't result in something appetizing.

2 great tastes that don't taste great together, lets see, lobster and peanut butter? anyone else?


Chocolate ice cream and Velveeta?
 
2013-04-07 07:49:56 PM  
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2013-04-07 07:50:42 PM  
If ya ain't eaten a Garbage Plate at Nick Tahou's, ya ain't lived.  You also may not live afterwards, but that's beside the point.
 
2013-04-07 07:52:46 PM  

whistleridge: TuteTibiImperes: I lived in Delaware for over 15 years and not only did I never see one of those crab rangoon pastry-puffs, I never even heard of them.

Scrapple would be a much better choice, though they gave NC livermush, which is similar, but NC could just as easily get whole-hog bbq and the problem would be solved.

I've lived my whole life in NC, and I've never once heard of livermush. And there are some down-home deep-South bonified rednecks in my family. 

I'm going to go with 'this author picked crap at random out of Google searches'.


Liver Mush / Liver Pudding is pretty common (and delicious) in the Charlotte area.
 
2013-04-07 07:58:28 PM  

Lucky LaRue: whistleridge: TuteTibiImperes: I lived in Delaware for over 15 years and not only did I never see one of those crab rangoon pastry-puffs, I never even heard of them.

Scrapple would be a much better choice, though they gave NC livermush, which is similar, but NC could just as easily get whole-hog bbq and the problem would be solved.

I've lived my whole life in NC, and I've never once heard of livermush. And there are some down-home deep-South bonified rednecks in my family. 

I'm going to go with 'this author picked crap at random out of Google searches'.

Liver Mush / Liver Pudding is pretty common (and delicious) in the Charlotte area.


I grew up in Charlotte and never saw it.  I spent many a drunken night eating nearly everything on the Liberty East menu, or Diamond, or anywhere else that serves greasy-ass food late and either completely blocked it out, or never saw it.
 
2013-04-07 07:58:39 PM  
My entry for back home in Texas:


Chris Madrid's, San Antonio, TX.  Order the Macho


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2013-04-07 07:59:49 PM  

rkiller1: I was okay till Indiana's Fried-Brain Sandwich
WTF?


What is it with Americans dislike for brain?
 
2013-04-07 08:00:05 PM  
Kansas and Michigan!
 
2013-04-07 08:00:59 PM  

Lucky LaRue: whistleridge: TuteTibiImperes: I lived in Delaware for over 15 years and not only did I never see one of those crab rangoon pastry-puffs, I never even heard of them.

Scrapple would be a much better choice, though they gave NC livermush, which is similar, but NC could just as easily get whole-hog bbq and the problem would be solved.

I've lived my whole life in NC, and I've never once heard of livermush. And there are some down-home deep-South bonified rednecks in my family.

I'm going to go with 'this author picked crap at random out of Google searches'.

Liver Mush / Liver Pudding is pretty common (and delicious) in the Charlotte area.


I grew up in western NC and livermush sandwiches were a staple at Grandma's house.  My Texas relatives would stock up on livermush when they visited the state.
 
2013-04-07 08:01:06 PM  
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2013-04-07 08:01:16 PM  
I'm no food snob, nor am I a health nut, but most of those look absolutely disgusting.
 
2013-04-07 08:01:35 PM  
On behalf of the rest of Tennessee, I'd like to apologize for Ruby Tuesdays.

At least it isn't Applebee's.
 
2013-04-07 08:02:49 PM  

Soulless Carbon Rod: rkiller1: I was okay till Indiana's Fried-Brain Sandwich
WTF?

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?


Walking Dead.
 
2013-04-07 08:05:32 PM  

Soulless Carbon Rod: What is it with Americans dislike for brain?


www.filmsnmovies.com
 
2013-04-07 08:07:25 PM  

fusillade762: [img2.timeinc.net image 400x400]

I've never understood the tendency to make burgers and sandwiches so big that no human could possibly fit them in their mouth. How the fark are you even supposed to eat that?


First off, the trend for very large portions is in part to make "big eaters" feel comfortable because big eaters are often the most profitable customers. They feel better if they can eat 2 or 3 servings worth packaged as a "normal" single serving. Also doubling the amount of food in a serving costs much less than producing 2 equivalent servings.

Now as regard the super large servings that very few would be able to completely eat, they are usually not meant to be bought but instead they are used to reframe the very large 2 or 3 serving portions as not that huge because there is something hugher.

This is similar to many consumer product lines where a top-of-the line product may cost a lot and have too many features and it isn't  meant to sell well. Instead its presence promotes the buying of those products 1 or 2 down from the top and if it was removed from the line the old 1 down wouldn't sell as well because it becomes the new top.
 
2013-04-07 08:08:06 PM  
I have several problems with this list.

First, it doesn't count for a state if it is made by a chain restaurant that is not unique to that state.

Secondly, for Arizona, the Heart Attack Grill moved to Vegas around two years ago. I did eat there before they moved and yes, the burgers were pretty damn good.

Third and final, growing up and living in Indiana until my late 20's (moved out to AZ about 5 years ago) I have never, ever, ever heard of a fried brain sandwich. Seriously, WTF? And I've been to the state fair several times.
Now what we do have there that I haven't seen anywhere else are pork fritters. They're made by a company in Muncie. I freaking love them, especially pan fried in oil. Haven't had one in years.
 
2013-04-07 08:10:53 PM  
No wonder the place is full of blimps. Just about everything on that list looked disgusting.
 
2013-04-07 08:12:58 PM  
We tried loco moco recently, it was delicious.

Scones were one of the very few things I missed about Utah when hubs was in the military.

/sounds fat
 
2013-04-07 08:14:03 PM  

ILostMyPassword: fjnorton: The Nick Tahoo's garbage plate was great at 2am after har bopping. The grease cut off all alcohol absorbsion

Only problem is the downtown one closed at 8 PM or so due to excessive shootings and things (at least when I lived there 10 years ago or so)


that's sad to hear. Started in 1918. Rochchacha is sad all around. Kodak, Xerox and B and L all gone. Downtown has gone to crap.

Not that it was all that safe in the 80s
 
2013-04-07 08:18:07 PM  

Canton: BGates: Lamb?

Yeah, that surprised me, too. A lamb chop doesn't really belong on the same list as a garbage plate and a bacon pile sandwich, does it?


Noooope.
 
2013-04-07 08:18:58 PM  

Iplaybass: No wonder the place is full of blimps. Just about everything on that list looked disgusting.


You could always just pick the lettuce and onions off and eat that. Put it in a bowl, maybe throw some low fat dressing on there if you're feeling wild.
 
2013-04-07 08:18:59 PM  

fusillade762: BlousyBrown: miniflea: Has anyone here actually tried the krispy kreme burger? It looks like something I would like to eat once, but I suspect the combination of two awesome things maybe doesn't result in something appetizing.

2 great tastes that don't taste great together, lets see, lobster and peanut butter? anyone else?

Chocolate ice cream and Velveeta?


Lamb and tuna fish?
 
2013-04-07 08:19:37 PM  
I've eaten the (Iowa State Fair) roast beef sunday many times, and as far as fatty foods go (roast beef, mashed potatos, gravy and cheese) I call it lunch.
Really.
Walk the fair and you can find Many foods that are fattier that that.

Deep fried polish sausage on fried bread?
Whole turkey legs?
Deep fried butter?

I didn't go there for health food fer cris-sakes.
 
2013-04-07 08:20:26 PM  

SilentStrider: livermush just sounds like scrapple


The main ingredient in scrapple should be pork jowl.  The tastiest meat on most animals is in the face.
 
2013-04-07 08:22:51 PM  

Tchernobog: I scrolled down specifically to see what NC was going to have on there.


I expected the livers of poor children.
 
2013-04-07 08:22:54 PM  
Mmmm, scrapple

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2013-04-07 08:22:55 PM  
While I'm not the healthiest eater, even I wouldn't touch most of that shiat.

Honestly, Krispy Kreme hamburger? How drunk do you have to be to eat that shiat? Now you can make your arteries AND your teeth hurt at the same time.
 
2013-04-07 08:23:13 PM  
Wow, I really never gave a thought about In/Out burgers.  I usually only get a chance to have one once or twice a year.

Denial I guess.

I usually add fries and a shake as well.

/Travelling for work can be extremely unhealthy.
 
2013-04-07 08:24:51 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: MN is a DQ burger? Have you EVEN BEEN to the MN State Fair?! They deep fry moose for cripes sake. Cripes.


Whole?

I would pay go see that.
 
2013-04-07 08:25:44 PM  

BlousyBrown: fusillade762: BlousyBrown: miniflea: Has anyone here actually tried the krispy kreme burger? It looks like something I would like to eat once, but I suspect the combination of two awesome things maybe doesn't result in something appetizing.

2 great tastes that don't taste great together, lets see, lobster and peanut butter? anyone else?

Chocolate ice cream and Velveeta?

Lamb and tuna fish?


When I was a youngin', my mom made us "peanut butter pork chops" once. It was terrible, and we let her know. She took them  off our plates, rinsed the chops off in the sink and threw the the chops back on our plates. I had and have never since seen her so mad.
 
2013-04-07 08:28:22 PM  
Add the Hot Brown to Kentucky's list. Open faced turkey and ham sammich, with bacon, tomato, and covered in cream gravy and two handfuls of cheddar cheese, then melted under the broiler. It's heaven, but only once a year.
 
2013-04-07 08:28:22 PM  

El Dudereno: The Pope of Manwich Village: MN is a DQ burger? Have you EVEN BEEN to the MN State Fair?! They deep fry moose for cripes sake. Cripes.

Whole?

I would pay go see that.


Antlers & hoofs cost extra.
 
2013-04-07 08:28:35 PM  
Well, the chocolate chip cookies don't make me want to vomit so there's that.
 
2013-04-07 08:28:55 PM  

SilentStrider: the loco moco and hot beef sundaes sound good.
livermush just sounds like scrapple.
chicken fried steak is amazing.
and the cheese steak? Of course.
And deep fried cheese curds? If you've never had these, you're missing out. AMAZING.


I make Loco Moco at home all of the time and it's obviously very easy to make. Traditionally it comes served with a scoop of macaroni salad on the side (I usually skip that at home though). I'll Foreman up 1.5 lbs of ground meat patties (usually 6) and set most of it aside for later (the same with the rice and gravy). Then it's a couple of minutes on a plate in the microwave while I fry up 2 eggs for a really quick late night snack.
 
2013-04-07 08:29:39 PM  

darklingscribe: This list is useless. Eating fat is not solely responsible for weight gain. They should have listed a total caloric content as well as a cabohydrate content.

As it is the last thing they listed, Lamb, is actually packed with healthy fats and overall a much healthier meat than grain fed beef or pork/bacon/ham. This is because they do not feed lambs grain, but instead let them graze like all sheep. So if I am looking for grass fed beef and can't find it I always get lamb as a back up.


Well, your mileage may vary. If the sheep comes from a smaller farm, rather than a large ranch, the lamb may have been raised on a combination of grass, hay, and, yes, grain. Where pasture is limited by geography, climate, or both, it can be a good supplement. I know my family's flock gets a blend of corn and soy in addition to their forage. (They're not a meat breed, but there are always culls, and they're pretty lean.)

Hopefully, this spring and summer will bring more rainfall, and better fodder for the woolies. Last year was pretty bad...
 
2013-04-07 08:31:05 PM  

litespeed74: Wow, I really never gave a thought about In/Out burgers.  I usually only get a chance to have one once or twice a year.

Denial I guess.

I usually add fries and a shake as well.

/Travelling for work can be extremely unhealthy.


When I travel for work, it's on the corporate card.  Yeah, I eat better than In N Out burgers.  I can get that at home.  I just got back from Baltimore; the Crab Cakes are to die for.  YUUUMM!
 
2013-04-07 08:31:58 PM  

El Dudereno: The Pope of Manwich Village: MN is a DQ burger? Have you EVEN BEEN to the MN State Fair?! They deep fry moose for cripes sake. Cripes.

Whole?

I would pay go see that.


Antlers and all...crunchy like soft-shell crab.
 
2013-04-07 08:35:23 PM  
Loco Moco has no right to be as delicious as it is given how simple it is to make.
 
2013-04-07 08:35:48 PM  
Isn't frying butter kind of like boiling ice?
 
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2013-04-07 08:35:53 PM  

remus: My entry for back home in Texas:


Chris Madrid's, San Antonio, TX.  Order the Macho


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Thats the first thing that came to my mind, you evil genious!

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2013-04-07 08:36:48 PM  

logieal: I have several problems with this list.

First, it doesn't count for a state if it is made by a chain restaurant that is not unique to that state.

Secondly, for Arizona, the Heart Attack Grill moved to Vegas around two years ago. I did eat there before they moved and yes, the burgers were pretty damn good.

Third and final, growing up and living in Indiana until my late 20's (moved out to AZ about 5 years ago) I have never, ever, ever heard of a fried brain sandwich. Seriously, WTF? And I've been to the state fair several times.
Now what we do have there that I haven't seen anywhere else are pork fritters. They're made by a company in Muncie. I freaking love them, especially pan fried in oil. Haven't had one in years.


Pork tenderloins are one of the few things done right by Hoosiers. And independent wing joints. I miss that about living large in Bloomington. Living on an island full of fatties, you'd think I could find a decent wing here, but no.
 
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