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2013-04-08 01:21:54 AM  
Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?
 
2013-04-08 02:16:31 AM  

Fano: Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?


I don't know about Hawaii, but one of the many weird and wonderful things about South Korea is their  fascination with spam.
 
2013-04-08 02:19:23 AM  
logieal:

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.

I live a half mile from the Hilltop. For some reason, the national media has wanted to talk about this for several years now. I think there are three restaurants that serve it. That's it. It's certainly not synonymous with Indiana, hell, it's not really even synonymous with Evansville, just one part of the west side.
 
2013-04-08 02:37:57 AM  

Fano: Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?


The traditional Loco Moco is done with hamburger patties but most places offer variants, I have never seen a place not offer a Spam Loco Moco. A bed of rice with a couple slices of fried spam, fried eggs and gravy.
 
2013-04-08 02:38:29 AM  

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?


You've clearly never been to wisconsin. In the most beautiful process ever, the hungrier members of the pack gather around to distribute the responsibility of salivating evenly, digesting the sandwich externally before drinking it like a soup...

// the extended sarcasm mix..
 
2013-04-08 03:49:36 AM  

KarLorian: Fano: Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?

The traditional Loco Moco is done with hamburger patties but most places offer variants, I have never seen a place not offer a Spam Loco Moco. A bed of rice with a couple slices of fried spam, fried eggs and gravy.


While that sounds great, please to directing me to a place that makes its own gravy, not the powdered crapola? I've eaten a lot of "food" here I wouldn't serve children.
 
2013-04-08 04:19:19 AM  

SuperNinjaToad: DreamSnipers: Michigan, New York and Vermont seem to be the fat content winners.
I actually had the Beignet at Cafe du Mond in New Orleans. Friend I was with said it was one of those required things if you are in New Orleans. It was not that great.

Like most things Nawlins's. it more urban legend than fact. Tastiness of the foods there included with a few exceptions like an authentic andouille gumbo with homemade cajun spice!


Say what? Have you ever been to New Orleans? If so, you either didn't do your research and ate at a bunch of tourist trap restaurants or don't know good food when it's all around you. Food and drink are nearly the only things that beautiful, but incredibly farked up, city can say it does really well.

BTW - Andouille sausage and "cajun spice" aren't really from New Orleans.
 
2013-04-08 04:30:34 AM  
Oh, we're still doing the idiotic "fat calories are worse than other calories" thing? Seriously?
 
2013-04-08 05:42:21 AM  
A bit late commenting here, but I'm off to Galveston in a couple of weeks. I've never been to any part of Texas before - any recommendations for awesome state/city-specific food please? I've had corndogs before and am thinking the state probably has better to offer than that....
 
2013-04-08 06:22:46 AM  
I'll see your scrapple and raise you Goetta

Goetta and eggs with gravy for breakfast = breakfast heaven

Goetta with grilled onions and hot cheese on sour dough = lunch heaven
 
2013-04-08 07:09:19 AM  
I'm a fat bastard and most of those looked disgusting. It's just too much fat.
Food souhld be delicious. The added layer of protection for my internal organs comes from quantity, not a lack of quality.
a BLT should not just be bacon. The L and T are there for a reason g'damnit x|
 
2013-04-08 07:55:51 AM  
I don't get why chicken-fried steak is supposed to be appetising.

Why would you ruin a perfectly good steak by not giving it a bit of char? And speaking of char, those Kansas charred ends look delicious.
 
2013-04-08 07:55:56 AM  

whistleridge: Ah, Charlotte...the northernmost outpost of Lesser Carolina.


I love how Raleigh steals all the tax revenue Charlotte generates and lavishes it on themselves, then acts like they are doing them a favor acknowledging the existence of the largest, most culturally diverse city in Worst Carolina.
 
2013-04-08 08:38:04 AM  

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?

We elected George Bush. Twice.


Once.
 
2013-04-08 09:27:08 AM  

jimmythrust: 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.


East Tippecanoe County, Indianna
from 'Americus'
Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwich the size of your head.

That sandwich has easily make it into the top 5 in my life.
 
2013-04-08 09:27:24 AM  

kth: Charred ends?

I know naught of charred ends. I do, however, love Burnt Ends.


Yeah.  I noticed that too.  No self-respecting BBQ joint in Kansas City would call them "charred ends."  They are called "burnt ends."  The person who did this slide show fails for incorrect BBQ brisket terminology.
 
2013-04-08 09:35:59 AM  

ciberido: Fano: Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?

I don't know about Hawaii, but one of the many weird and wonderful things about South Korea is their  fascination with spam.


But when you read the article you linked to, it makes perfect sense.
 
2013-04-08 10:01:04 AM  
No self respecting Arkansan would "faux fry" their catfish.
 
2013-04-08 10:30:35 AM  
I have the weirdest boner right now.

ROAD TRIP.
 
2013-04-08 10:45:53 AM  
Minnesota is in the Midwest and the best this list can do is Dairy Queen (which isn't even as bad as 3/4 the crap on McDonalds).  Total FAIL.  At least go with a juicy lucy or anything on a stick from our state fair.
 
2013-04-08 10:55:29 AM  

giftedmadness: libranoelrose: Abe Vig-Yoda: Mid_mo_mad_man: Abe Vig-Yoda: Mid_mo_mad_man: First the list fails for labeling KC in Kansas. Second burnt ends is the proper name for the dish. Third when they get to Missouri they pick a Hardee's burger. Toasted ravioli, gooey butter cake, or springflied style cashew chicken would be better picks

Kansas City is in Kansas too. And the best burnt ends in town are on the KS side, at Oklahoma Joe's. All the other BBQ joints in town are great, but they can't step to Joe's when it comes to burnt ends.

Where do you get butter cake at? Sounds interesting.

Gooey butter cake is a St Louis tradition that dates back to the great depression. A baker goofed up mixing a cake and it didn't come like a cake. More like a very fudgy buttery brownie. The ingredients were to expensive to waste so he put it out to sell. It ended up a hit. A similar story happened with toasted ravioli

Yeah, that sounds delicious. They probably should have went with that for MO. As it's been stated above, obviously Hardee's wasn't the only cop-out. KFC for Kentucky, and In-N-Out for California? That author needs to get out more.

Oklahoma Joe's uses that liquid smoke crap. Anyone that thinks their BBQ is delicious needs to get a real set of taste buds.

Yeah bourdain knows nothing about food.....and those huge lines at peak hours?


This. Yeah...multiple state championships, American Royal wins, plus numerous recognitions from Zagat's and other national press. Clearly they have awful food. I've never had bad BBQ in KC, but some are a cut above the rest.  Joe's is one of them.
 
2013-04-08 11:31:31 AM  
From beautiful Lakewood Ohio, I give you, THE MELT CHALLENGE:

http://meltbarandgrilled.com/melt-challenge/

That & anything else on the menu far better represent the level of gluttony available in the Buckeye state far better than Bob stinkin' Evans..
 
2013-04-08 02:37:28 PM  

ciberido: rhiannon: giftedmadness: rappy: ultramarinblaa: This list doesn't make much sence.
Eg. Crab Louis Salad look like a rather low fat dish, but it's on the list because it's served with a mayo dressing.

Newsflash!!!! anything becomes high fat if you cover it in mayo


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2013-04-08 02:48:14 PM  

Abe Vig-Yoda: giftedmadness: libranoelrose: Abe Vig-Yoda: Mid_mo_mad_man: Abe Vig-Yoda: Mid_mo_mad_man: First the list fails for labeling KC in Kansas. Second burnt ends is the proper name for the dish. Third when they get to Missouri they pick a Hardee's burger. Toasted ravioli, gooey butter cake, or springflied style cashew chicken would be better picks

Kansas City is in Kansas too. And the best burnt ends in town are on the KS side, at Oklahoma Joe's. All the other BBQ joints in town are great, but they can't step to Joe's when it comes to burnt ends.

Where do you get butter cake at? Sounds interesting.

Gooey butter cake is a St Louis tradition that dates back to the great depression. A baker goofed up mixing a cake and it didn't come like a cake. More like a very fudgy buttery brownie. The ingredients were to expensive to waste so he put it out to sell. It ended up a hit. A similar story happened with toasted ravioli

Yeah, that sounds delicious. They probably should have went with that for MO. As it's been stated above, obviously Hardee's wasn't the only cop-out. KFC for Kentucky, and In-N-Out for California? That author needs to get out more.

Oklahoma Joe's uses that liquid smoke crap. Anyone that thinks their BBQ is delicious needs to get a real set of taste buds.

Yeah bourdain knows nothing about food.....and those huge lines at peak hours?

This. Yeah...multiple state championships, American Royal wins, plus numerous recognitions from Zagat's and other national press. Clearly they have awful food. I've never had bad BBQ in KC, but some are a cut above the rest.  Joe's is one of them.


Want some bad bar-b-que? Try this place...Rosedale on swblvd

http://www.yelp.com/biz/rosedale-barbeque-kansas-city#hrid:_wF-wrpBB Ky xmE0WfvIiiQ/src:self
 
2013-04-08 03:06:14 PM  

eyeq360: ciberido: Fano: Also, Hawaii had no SPAM based meal that was unhealthy?

I don't know about Hawaii, but one of the many weird and wonderful things about South Korea is their  fascination with spam.

But when you read the article you linked to, it makes perfect sense.



This may be the first time in the history of the world that a non-Korean has said anything Korean "makes perfect sense."

I love Korea but I would never said Korean make sense.

/I've also heard that Talking Heads is pretty big over there.
 
2013-04-08 03:31:16 PM  

vicejay: Mmmm, scrapple

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I've always wanted to get that picture on a shirt ala John Belushi's College shirt.

I think the best shot was when he was knocking on Ronnie's door and she looked through the peephole.

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2013-04-08 03:51:16 PM  
I can think of a HELL of a lot more fatty foods in the state of Louisiana than a damn beignet!
 
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