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2013-04-07 05:32:54 PM
Thanks Subby. Now I want to go to Tom's and get me some deep fried cheese curds.
 
2013-04-07 06:15:20 PM
Well done,  subby.Fark runs on ads, and Deslide has none, so I'm amazed the modmins greenlit this one. May circumventing slide shows in favor of Deslide links become the submitting norm from now on!
 
2013-04-07 06:17:53 PM
wow, that page brought me back to 1996 in web presentation
 
2013-04-07 06:39:25 PM
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.
 
2013-04-07 06:42:37 PM
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"I'll have the lot...with eggs on top"
 
2013-04-07 06:56:38 PM

thermo: wow, that page brought me back to 1996 in web presentation


On account of the deslideification.  It's not about presentation, it's about extracting the content.
 
2013-04-07 06:58:41 PM
Lamb?
 
2013-04-07 07:01:41 PM

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'.
 
2013-04-07 07:02:36 PM
I was okay till Indiana's Fried-Brain Sandwich
WTF?
 
2013-04-07 07:04:30 PM
Pretty sure this should be classified as porn.
 
2013-04-07 07:04:52 PM
1 - why are the chains on there?
2 - some of these states make no sense. Cookies for MA? Wtf?
3 - I'm happy SC got turducken
4 - liver mush is delicious
 
2013-04-07 07:05:58 PM
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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?
 
2013-04-07 07:06:35 PM

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


I've done fried brain sandwiches before, they aren't bad. kinda like tofu, tasted like the breading more than anything else
 
2013-04-07 07:06:59 PM
Some one merge that with google maps, and I can plan my next vacation.
 
2013-04-07 07:07:06 PM
I don't see how the 26 minute joke applies here.  I mean, I guess it makes sense but it's usually used in the context of a superficiality/shallowness of one's character.
 
2013-04-07 07:09:28 PM
repeat/still haven't heard of livermush
 
2013-04-07 07:10:22 PM
About twice a month I stop by Dairy Queen for a FlameThrower burger, but I go for the 1/4 pound version. The normal 1/2 pound is just too much meat.
 
2013-04-07 07:10:57 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?


Like a snake, dislocate your jaw.
 
2013-04-07 07:11:21 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'.


I came here to say exactly this.  I scrolled down specifically to see what NC was going to have on there.
 
2013-04-07 07:13:35 PM
Interesting list, but can you tell me with a straight face that the most fattening food item found in Texas is a corndog?
 
2013-04-07 07:14:06 PM
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.
 
2013-04-07 07:14:49 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?


marketing
 
2013-04-07 07:16:40 PM
I've never been to it but I hear the Wisconsin State Fair is where they deep fry new and increasingly unhealthy foods.
 
2013-04-07 07:16:51 PM

rhiannon: Pretty sure this should be classified as porn.


I think you and I watch very different kinds of porn.
 
2013-04-07 07:17:59 PM
For CA, Tommy's chili cheeseburgers should on that list instead of the Double-Double.

www.sptsb.com
/mmmm...Tommyburgers
 
2013-04-07 07:18:40 PM

antidisestablishmentarianism: I've never been to it but I hear the Wisconsin State Fair is where they deep fry new and increasingly unhealthy foods.


At the Minnesota State Fair you can actually buy deep-fried butter.
 
2013-04-07 07:20:44 PM
Awww dammit, now I want a plate of fried cheese curds and a bottle of New Glarus.
 
2013-04-07 07:20:45 PM
California showed In-N-Out Burger??  Really???

You know how I know the author never visited a decent San Diego Mexican joint?  They didn't list Carne Asada Fries.  that's right mu-fuggahs...pile of french fries, topped with carne asada beef, guacamole, salsa fresca, cheese (sometimes shredded, sometimes nacho sauce), sour cream, and as much salsa as you can handle on the side.

youoffendmeyouoffendmyfamily.com
 
2013-04-07 07:21:21 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?


wood clamps, according to The Master

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-04-07 07:21:22 PM
Of all the fatting shiat in Texas, they go with the farking corndog?  A goddamn CORNDOG?  Cheezus on a Raptor.  What about something like... deep-fried fajitas or chili with cornbread or something?

corndogs... what in the fark is the world coming to?

I did not get fat on farking hotdogs dropped in cornbread.
 
2013-04-07 07:22:51 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: rhiannon: Pretty sure this should be classified as porn.

I think you and I watch very different kinds of porn.


Ok you're not fat, I get it already.
 
2013-04-07 07:23:05 PM
Louisiana: Beignet

Yea, well..It's fried dough.  But how about a po-boy made of hollowed-out French bread, with layer upon layer of bacon, lettuce, tomato, and fried shrimp, then topped off with melted butter?

i.imgur.com
 
2013-04-07 07:23:44 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?


So they can get Man V food or Guy Fairy to go there and give them free publicity.
 
2013-04-07 07:24:08 PM
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.
 
2013-04-07 07:24:24 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.


Neese's sells pretty good Scrapple made in Greensboro and have you North Carolinians never been to Nahunta?  That's some righteous liver mush.
 
2013-04-07 07:26:23 PM
The Nick Tahoo's garbage plate was great at 2am after har bopping. The grease cut off all alcohol absorbsion
 
2013-04-07 07:26:58 PM
MN is a DQ burger? Have you EVEN BEEN to the MN State Fair?! They deep fry moose for cripes sake. Cripes.
 
2013-04-07 07:27:37 PM

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?
 
2013-04-07 07:29:25 PM

vicejay: Louisiana: Beignet

Yea, well..It's fried dough.  But how about a po-boy made of hollowed-out French bread, with layer upon layer of bacon, lettuce, tomato, and fried shrimp, then topped off with melted butter?

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Hey, is it just me, or is there a bearded man's face at the end of the bread?
 
2013-04-07 07:30:55 PM

antidisestablishmentarianism: Thanks Subby. Now I want to go to Tom's and get me some deep fried cheese curds.


Fellow Faux Cities Farker? Faux Cities Fark Party? I live not far from WIR. Darboy area.
 
2013-04-07 07:33:07 PM
The items listed below are acceptable food
The others are suitable for children and fat people.

Arkansas: Catfish
Florida: Empanadas
Louisiana: Beignet
Maine: Lobster roll
Maryland: Smith Island Cake
Massachusetts: Chocolate chip cookies
New Hampshire: New England Clam Chowder
Virginia: Ham
Washington: Crab Louis Salad
 
2013-04-07 07:33:26 PM
The Luther Burger for Georgia is just Jim Gaffigan's donut ham hamburger made real.
 
2013-04-07 07:34:41 PM
If you haven't had foie gras, you haven't had fat.
 
2013-04-07 07:35:11 PM

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?
 
2013-04-07 07:36:18 PM
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
 
2013-04-07 07:38:30 PM
Oooh, that meatloaf has some possibilities.  I think I would go for a leaner beef mixture, since the bacon's playing the fat.  That would be awesome with ground venison.
 
2013-04-07 07:38:59 PM
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.
 
2013-04-07 07:39:03 PM
Bob Evans was the best they could come up with for the entire state of O-hi-uh? How about the entire menu at Sokolowski's University Inn?

I  highly endorse it.
 
2013-04-07 07:39:43 PM

Another Government Employee: Oooh, that meatloaf has some possibilities.  I think I would go for a leaner beef mixture, since the bacon's playing the fat.  That would be awesome with ground venison.


yes, yes it would.
 
2013-04-07 07:40:27 PM
What unadulterated tosh!
 
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
financialphilosopher.typepad.com
 
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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img.photobucket.com
 
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

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
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?
 
Rat
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!

©
 
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.
 
2013-04-07 08:40:44 PM

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

I expected the livers of poor children.


Hey, I love the state, not the politics.  I stick to Charlotte and Wilmington.  The no-mans land between the two...
 
kth
2013-04-07 08:41:59 PM
Charred ends?

I know naught of charred ends. I do, however, love Burnt Ends.
 
2013-04-07 08:44:53 PM

kth: Charred ends?

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


Charred ends aren't done yet.
 
2013-04-07 08:47:49 PM
Took far less than five minutes to find fattier "Texas" foods than the corndog.

Cheese enchiladas
Chicken fried steak
Tex-Mex food in general is fatty.
 
2013-04-07 08:49:35 PM
So when do we quit lying about the fat content of food being the reason it's unhealthy? You could gorge yourself on as much avocado or coconut or olive oil or grass fed fatty meat or grass fed butter as you can handle and it won't stop your heart.
Sugar and processed garbage food make you fat and harden your arteries.
 
2013-04-07 08:50:28 PM

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 still get sick thinking of Scrapple I ordered at Breezewood as a teen on a family roadtrip to DC. Thought I was brave or suave ordering the local cuisine based on the waitress saying it was good. Barf.
 
2013-04-07 08:50:45 PM
Crab salad for WA.  farking really?

We all know the go to is to eat a bag of Dick's.

If you want to do it right you go to the other side of the state and hit a Zip's.

/deep fried mushrooms dipped in tarter
 
2013-04-07 08:51:52 PM

mike_d85: 1 - why are the chains on there?
2 - some of these states make no sense. Cookies for MA? Wtf?
3 - I'm happy SC got turducken
4 - liver mush is delicious


The answer to 1 and 2 is that TFA's author is actually trying to find fifty things to biatch about. 'Nevada: Buffets' and 'MA: Cookies' is stretching it. Seriously, that was painful to read at times.

/If you can't make your thesis work, rewrite the damn thesis, don't stretch.
 
2013-04-07 08:54:15 PM
Many of those are tasty...but you don't HAVE TO eat the whole damn thing...just a portion.
No one is forcing you to eat it all.

Some of them are just plain fine, if you just have it every once in a while.  (ex. Clam Chowder...a cookie??)

I'm all for eating in moderation...but some are taking it to the extreme in either direction.
Use common sense...eat for your own stomach and taste buds.

/now I'll have a slice of that bacon-wrapped meatloaf.
 
2013-04-07 08:54:29 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.


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

Sorry, but if I were going to show 'delicious but fattening from NC', it would be this:

static.ifood.tv
 
2013-04-07 08:59:15 PM

SubBass49: California showed In-N-Out Burger??  Really???

You know how I know the author never visited a decent San Diego Mexican joint?  They didn't list Carne Asada Fries.  that's right mu-fuggahs...pile of french fries, topped with carne asada beef, guacamole, salsa fresca, cheese (sometimes shredded, sometimes nacho sauce), sour cream, and as much salsa as you can handle on the side.

[youoffendmeyouoffendmyfamily.com image 590x443]


Because In and Out is in NorCal, too. Some San Diegan could probably make a fortune bringing carne asada fries to San Francisco. The uniformity at SF Mexican joints is exceeded only by the uniformity in Japan's restaurants
 
2013-04-07 09:00:17 PM

rohar: Crab salad for WA.  farking really?

We all know the go to is to eat a bag of Dick's.

If you want to do it right you go to the other side of the state and hit a Zip's.

/deep fried mushrooms dipped in tarter


Yeah, I've never had that.  I would though, it looks great.

Yes to Dick's (2 deluxe and a fry is my go-to if Dick's is on the agenda)

Trying to think what else we have that would qualify...um...people like cream cheese on their hot dogs in Seattle, which with some sour kraut is awesome.
 
2013-04-07 09:03:02 PM
The Fat Knight is way better than the Fat Darrell. Remove that shiatty lettuce and tomato, add cheesesteak. Done.

/best friend's brother is friend's with Darrell.
 
2013-04-07 09:04:43 PM
Most of that stuff is disgusting and retarded... and NOT  meal or serving.

"Oh hey this state puts 7 hamburgers on one plate" ... that doesn't count.
 
2013-04-07 09:05:40 PM

KeelingLovesCornholes: 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.


Came here to say this. This recipe has 52 grams of fat, 27 grams of which are saturated fat. 32 grams? Pshh.

As far as brain sandwiches are concerned, those are all the rage in Evansville, IN and much of the rest of southwestern Indiana and Western Kentucky are obsessed with those things. The line at the West Side Nut Club's Fall Festival often stretches a block or two.
 
2013-04-07 09:06:01 PM
You can get Carne Asada fries in Norcal at Adalberto's....no that is not a typo, and Alberto's is better.
 
2013-04-07 09:06:42 PM
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2013-04-07 09:07:15 PM
I don't think I'd ever eat any of that crap anyway.
 
2013-04-07 09:12:09 PM

Cobataiwan: You can get Carne Asada fries in Norcal at Adalberto's....no that is not a typo, and Alberto's is better.


Checked it out. Nearest ones are in Fairfield and Sacramento.
 
2013-04-07 09:14:29 PM
Lots of tasty looking food there with a few exceptions.

1) Multi-burger burgers? Just over-kill.

2) No brains balls or liver for me - I have plenty of my own thankyouverymuch.

Everything else? I would at least try a bite if not eat the whole damned thing.
 
2013-04-07 09:15:29 PM

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.
 
2013-04-07 09:17:19 PM

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.


Don't worry.  Pretty much nobody in NC has even HEARD of livermush, much less eaten it.  Accuracy was clearly not one of their goals.
 
2013-04-07 09:19:59 PM

douchebag/hater: Multi-burger burgers? Just over-kill.


Not a bad idea, but execution is generally poor.  The trick is you don't stack them up, you stack them out.  Use a longer bun and you can lay 6 of them overlapped all on one bun and still fit the thing in your mouth.
 
2013-04-07 09:20:20 PM
Calling any Bostonian: I'll be staying in South End (40 Berkeley) for a wedding in May. Some place to eat good beyond the chocolate chip cookie? Something like the Maine lobster roll?
 
2013-04-07 09:20:53 PM
Some one link a picture of either the triple coronary bypass burger or the carnivourgasm from the Vortex in Atlanta! The carnivourgasm rocks!
 
2013-04-07 09:23:09 PM

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.
 
2013-04-07 09:24:50 PM

douchebag/hater: Lots of tasty looking food there with a few exceptions.

1) Multi-burger burgers? Just over-kill.

2) No brains balls or liver for me - I have plenty of my own thankyouverymuch.

Everything else? I would at least try a bite if not eat the whole damned thing.


I dunno, that "BLT" from Michigan shows no signs of any L or T. It's just a pile of bacon on and around a bun. Might as well just eat bacon, and you don't have to go out of your way for that.

/Should have used a pasty for Michigan.
//Unhealthy, but delicious...
 
2013-04-07 09:28:56 PM
Why did Missouri get the stupid Hardee's burger.  Would've been much better to go with the BLT from Crown Candy here in STL.  Contains a lb of deep fried bacon.  Damn thing will put you in a bacon coma.  A very tasty coma, but a coma nonetheless.

/Tried to post a pic, but kept getting some malformed URL error.  For some reason this keeps happening a lot to me lately.
 
2013-04-07 09:32:46 PM
Empenadas are too nationalized. Key lime pie is a delihht of Florida.
 
2013-04-07 09:35:14 PM
 
2013-04-07 09:36:29 PM
Minnesota's was some crappy chain restaurant burger and not the Juicy Lucy? HERESY!
 
2013-04-07 09:36:57 PM
I am so happy that they selected Chicken Fried Steak for Oklahoma's entry.  Because I have tasted that dish up and down the south and midwest, and no one comes close to four different restaurants I can think of in Oklahoma, and one of those is even in Tulsa, which most Oklahomans would rather see as part of the 'north'.
 
2013-04-07 09:38:08 PM

Kevin72: Empenadas are too nationalized. Key lime pie is a delihht of Florida.


Delight of visiting Florida. Dumbphone keyboard froze up, had to restart.
 
2013-04-07 09:40:30 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?


Strawberry jam and asparagus!  Ice cream and gravy!  Chicken and caramel!
 
2013-04-07 09:41:10 PM

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.


I actually didn't find it too bad, though towards the end I think I heard a faint scream from my heart that was silenced by more grease just as quickly. (Then again, I come from the land of poutine, so YMMV.)

/Still only 140 lbs though
//Hooray metabolism
 
2013-04-07 09:43:37 PM

Magook: 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?

Strawberry jam and asparagus!  Ice cream and gravy!  Chicken and caramel!


While we're at this... my roommate once made a combination of tuna fish, cinnamon, ranch dressing and vanilla extract. He said the vanilla extract was the only mistake in the endeavor, and to this day maintains this abortion of a dish was a good idea. Thoughts?
 
2013-04-07 09:45:29 PM
That list was surprisingly poorly assembled.  The worst they could find in California was a double-double from In n Out?  My local hot dog shop makes what they call a "PB Fried Dog", which is a deep-fried hot dog, buried in chili, cheese, cole slaw and jalapenos.

And there were no mentions of my favorite sandwich of all time, the Monte Cristo.  It's a double-decker ham and cheese sandwich, dipped in batter and deep-fried.
 
2013-04-07 09:45:46 PM

Tornadoanus: I am so happy that they selected Chicken Fried Steak for Oklahoma's entry.  Because I have tasted that dish up and down the south and midwest, and no one comes close to four different restaurants I can think of in Oklahoma, and one of those is even in Tulsa, which most Oklahomans would rather see as part of the 'north'.


Yeah, Tulsa's a bit of a different town.  Which restaurant in Tulsa, out of curiosity?

/used to be a CFS connoisseur, but changing how I eat and losing 60 pounds insures I won't be back to try it out, regardless of where.  Just wondering if I've had it already :)
 
2013-04-07 09:46:06 PM
thermo
wow, that page brought me back to 1996 in web presentation


You're right, it does seem to work despite getting farked.
 
2013-04-07 09:46:45 PM

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
 
2013-04-07 09:47:46 PM
Hardee's for Missouri!?  The author really didn't try very hard.  The land of Bar-b-q and Hardee's is all they could find?  What the fark?

/ ribs, ribs, ribs holy fark the ribs!
 
2013-04-07 09:49:14 PM

wmac152: Greening 3 year old repeats, eh?
http://www.fark.com/comments/5457102/Presenting-fattiest-foods-in-ea ch -of-50-states-Seriously-Minnesota-raise-your-game-Norths-Carolina-Dako ta-Indiana-yours-are-just-repulsive


How do you think people get hundreds of submitted articles?
 
2013-04-07 09:49:37 PM

ds_4815: Magook: 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?

Strawberry jam and asparagus!  Ice cream and gravy!  Chicken and caramel!

While we're at this... my roommate once made a combination of tuna fish, cinnamon, ranch dressing and vanilla extract. He said the vanilla extract was the only mistake in the endeavor, and to this day maintains this abortion of a dish was a good idea. Thoughts?


*HRRRK*
 
2013-04-07 09:58:48 PM

reillan: Tornadoanus: I am so happy that they selected Chicken Fried Steak for Oklahoma's entry.  Because I have tasted that dish up and down the south and midwest, and no one comes close to four different restaurants I can think of in Oklahoma, and one of those is even in Tulsa, which most Oklahomans would rather see as part of the 'north'.

Yeah, Tulsa's a bit of a different town.  Which restaurant in Tulsa, out of curiosity?

/used to be a CFS connoisseur, but changing how I eat and losing 60 pounds insures I won't be back to try it out, regardless of where.  Just wondering if I've had it already :)


Nelson's Ranch House. The CFS comes with fried okra, mashed potatoes with cream sausage gravy, and corn bread.  If you haven't tried it, make it a priority.
 
2013-04-07 10:00:10 PM

SubBass49: California showed In-N-Out Burger??  Really???

You know how I know the author never visited a decent San Diego Mexican joint?  They didn't list Carne Asada Fries.  that's right mu-fuggahs...pile of french fries, topped with carne asada beef, guacamole, salsa fresca, cheese (sometimes shredded, sometimes nacho sauce), sour cream, and as much salsa as you can handle on the side.

[youoffendmeyouoffendmyfamily.com image 590x443]


Yeah, we call that "Irish Nachos" outside of San Diego.
 
2013-04-07 10:00:47 PM
Oh, and congratulations on losing 60 pounds.  Lose five more, then put them all back on with a trip to Nelson's.  It's worth the setback :)
 
2013-04-07 10:01:22 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.


The reporter wasn't willing to go to the MN State Fair for fear his sister would get bitten.
 
2013-04-07 10:05:24 PM

HotWingAgenda: That list was surprisingly poorly assembled.  The worst they could find in California was a double-double from In n Out?  My local hot dog shop makes what they call a "PB Fried Dog", which is a deep-fried hot dog, buried in chili, cheese, cole slaw and jalapenos.

And there were no mentions of my favorite sandwich of all time, the Monte Cristo.  It's a double-decker ham and cheese sandwich, dipped in batter and deep-fried.


Mmm, love a good Monte Christo.

Do not love crappy lists.
 
2013-04-07 10:08:53 PM
"Maine" lobster rolls at D'Angelos and Papa Ginos? Bwahahaha
 
2013-04-07 10:10:47 PM
Mm Frito pie... I'll make it every now and then at home, but I'd like to think mine is healthier. I don't use a whole bunch of chips, lean ground beef, etc.

About one of the only things I miss from New Mexico is the green chili. There are a few Mexican restaurants up here (Oregon) that advertise New Mexican red sauce, but no green chili. I think I may need to hit up some old co-workers to send me some occasionally. That stuff is awesome on pizza and in breakfast burritos and well... just about everything.
 
2013-04-07 10:17:58 PM
I lived in Los Angeles for 5 years, and I haven't been there for years. But now I'm going back there in the summer.

I'm mostly familiar with the San Fernando Valley, but I'll have a car and I'll be doing some touristy stuff... I want to do at least one crazy food thing. Any suggestions?
 
2013-04-07 10:20:18 PM
2.bp.blogspot.com

Pork roll, egg & cheese.
 
2013-04-07 10:25:37 PM
RadicalEd
About one of the only things I miss from New Mexico is the green chili. There are a few Mexican restaurants up here (Oregon) that advertise New Mexican red sauce, but no green chili. I think I may need to hit up some old co-workers to send me some occasionally. That stuff is awesome on pizza and in breakfast burritos and well... just about everything.

Here ya go amigo,just order it yourself:

http://www.hatch-chile.com/

http://www.sadiessalsa.com/
 
2013-04-07 10:33:31 PM

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?


Jesus
 
2013-04-07 10:34:04 PM

finnished: I'm mostly familiar with the San Fernando Valley, but I'll have a car and I'll be doing some touristy stuff... I want to do at least one crazy food thing. Any suggestions?


The Hat (Alhambra or Simi Valley) - the best pastrami dip sandwiches anywhere.

A giant burrito from Manuel's El Tepeyac Cafe in Boyle Heights (you'll need a couple of friends to share it with)

Taquitos at Olvera Street

Tommy's Chili Cheeseburger (already mentioned upthread). For the full ambiance go to the original location on Beverly and Rampart.
 
2013-04-07 10:35:20 PM

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?


Paranoia about zombies?
 
2013-04-07 10:36:35 PM
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
 
2013-04-07 10:38:32 PM

El Dudereno: Isn't frying butter kind of like boiling ice?


Reminds me of the time I tried "fried Coke" at a state fair.  There was not, in fact, Coke inside, nor did it taste remotely like Coca-Cola.  Supposedly some Coke was used in the batter.  Essentially a stupid marketing gimmick.
 
2013-04-07 10:40:10 PM
Mitt Romneys Tax Return:
The Hat (Alhambra or Simi Valley) - the best pastrami dip sandwiches anywhere.

A giant burrito from Manuel's El Tepeyac Cafe in Boyle Heights (you'll need a couple of friends to share it with)

Taquitos at Olvera Street

Tommy's Chili Cheeseburger (already mentioned upthread). For the full ambiance go to the original location on Beverly and Rampart.


Excellent. Thanks!

I'm in New York now, so I'll take the pastrami comment with a grain of salt thought. ;)
 
2013-04-07 10:42:44 PM

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?


Prions?
 
2013-04-07 10:43:33 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?


agreed! It's one thing to make some concoction or a new dish that is super bad but to just stack up hamburgers or to increase the size of an existing product is kinda assinine and 'cheating'.
I mean anyone can keep stacking patties and cheese together and then claim the biggest or unhealthiest food anytime they want.
 
2013-04-07 10:44:36 PM
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.

Seconded. I went to college in Delaware and spent many, many summers at the Delaware beaches and I never heard of them either.

Also, I make empanadas  and maybe they're not authentic, but there's no lard in my dough and I bake them. And they're delicious.
 
2013-04-07 10:44:57 PM

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?

Prions?


I like them deep fried, what's the problem?

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2013-04-07 10:48:06 PM

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!
 
2013-04-07 10:51:09 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?


Kechup and chocolate milk.

Why ... I have blended those before when I was a kid!!
 
2013-04-07 10:54:42 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)


Well...40 years ago when I used to go there it was fine. What did you people do to it?

/yes, you people
 
2013-04-07 11:01:40 PM

jdbob: About twice a month I stop by Dairy Queen for a FlameThrower burger, but I go for the 1/4 pound version. The normal 1/2 pound is just too much meat.


Thanks for that 26 minuter.
 
2013-04-07 11:02:10 PM
Repeat of not, I still like this thread...and the deslidified link. Makes me hungry just looking at all that food and reading Farkers' comments. Can't wait for brekkie...grilled sirloin burger with sharp cheddar and a couple of over-easy eggs.
 
2013-04-07 11:02:37 PM

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.
 
2013-04-07 11:04:19 PM
All you motherfarkers want fat, eat at my house.  I'll fry you some pork fat in lard and serve it smothered in blubber.
 
2013-04-07 11:10:38 PM
That's some lazy research, I love how so many fast food joints made the list....
 
2013-04-07 11:15:46 PM
Lamb? A Smithfield ham?
Good grief. You could walk through any grocery store (every grocery store!) and find 100 things worse. Hell....you could find 50 just in the cereal aisle.

Sure...if you make a QuintupleStupidBurger as a store advertising prank, it is bad for you. But no one actually eats those things.
OK, maybe Dewey Oxburger, but he was gonna die of fatness anyway.

/RIP John
 
2013-04-07 11:17:16 PM

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




Where does it even mention KC? Also, Kansas does have a KC.
 
2013-04-07 11:18:34 PM
As a native of Evansville, IN, I can attest that the Hilltop Inn makes a fine brain sandwich.
But if you want the best, you have to wait until the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival in October.  The Business Women's League booth makes the best.
Just add a little mustard, with the pickles & onions -- it's like the best pork tenderloin you ever had!
Albeit with 10 times the saturated fat and 100 times the cholesterol!
Mmmmm...BRAINS!
 
2013-04-07 11:19:33 PM

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.
 
2013-04-07 11:19:35 PM
Regardless of the others, I heartily endorse the Utah scone. With enough honey butter those things are HEAVEN
 
2013-04-07 11:23:41 PM

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



You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense
 
2013-04-07 11:29:05 PM

whistleridge: 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.

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

Sorry, but if I were going to show 'delicious but fattening from NC', it would be this:

[static.ifood.tv image 470x353]


THAT is North Carolina food.
 
2013-04-07 11:35:13 PM

CigaretteSmokingMan: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x566]

Pork roll, egg & cheese.


If you please, on a Kaiser bun.
 
2013-04-07 11:37:30 PM
Bah, the fried brain is unique, but it's certainly not delicious. Very spongy texture and you're getting all the flavor of the breading and oil.

Pulled brain (like in a slow cooker) with hot sauce is delicious. That's much closer to a sweet bbq flavor. Or, if you want to really show the state pride, get a fried tenderloin sandwich with home-jarred pickles.
 
2013-04-07 11:39:10 PM

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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense


You misspelled "sence".
 
2013-04-07 11:46:43 PM

ciberido: whistleridge: Sorry, but if I were going to show 'delicious but fattening from NC', it would be this:

[static.ifood.tv image 470x353]

THAT is North Carolina food.


What is it? It looks like something from a taco truck...potato salad, mystery meat and jalapeno poppers.
 
2013-04-07 11:52:12 PM

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?
 
2013-04-07 11:54:03 PM

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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense




WTF, is this an Internet meme? If not, get some sleep.
 
2013-04-07 11:54:07 PM

Magook: 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?

Strawberry jam and asparagus!  Ice cream and gravy!  Chicken and caramel!


Dogs and cats...Living together
 
2013-04-08 12:00:32 AM
Question..
Is NC Livermush the same as Scrapple?  It looks exactly the same ans I believe they are the same ingredients.  That should be given to PA since I believe the "PA Dutch" made this prior to NC.
 
2013-04-08 12:01:39 AM

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 think it is really scrapple
 
2013-04-08 12:02:26 AM
As a native born son of Utah, I've got two words for that list.

Funeral Potatoes.
 
2013-04-08 12:04:53 AM

rohar: douchebag/hater: Multi-burger burgers? Just over-kill.

Not a bad idea, but execution is generally poor.  The trick is you don't stack them up, you stack them out.  Use a longer bun and you can lay 6 of them overlapped all on one bun and still fit the thing in your mouth.


Why not just eat six normal burgers if you're that hungry?  The whole take-something-and-make-it-huge idea seems pretty silly to me.

That said, if that's what you want, enjoy.  There are sillier things out there.
 
2013-04-08 12:15:46 AM

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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense

WTF, is this an Internet meme? If not, get some sleep.


Looks like a Meow alt. How original.
 
2013-04-08 12:16:42 AM

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

What is it with Americans dislike for brain?

Paranoia about zombies?


I'm not a fan of any of the organ meats, so it's not a specifically anti-brain thing.
 
2013-04-08 12:20:45 AM

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


As the article states, it's served in Evansville, particularly at the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival.

If I had to name a food that's typical to the state and not particularly popular elsewhere, it would probably be the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich, which is also full of fat.  The tenderloin is rolled/beaten very flat, dipped in batter and deep-fried.
 
2013-04-08 12:32:14 AM
Can you still get the Double Down anywhere?  The KFCs near me have been selling their newly announced boneless original recipe chicken for months (Oklahoma is a test market for them), but I don't think I've seen or heard about a Double Down in a couple of years.

For the record, the information provided about the boneless chicken says that it is all whole pieces of chicken, sliced from the bird, including the dark meat.  The only way I can see them finding parts of the chicken large enough for their boneless dark meat is if Patton Oswalt's Megaleg routine was true, and marketers figured selling it this way was easier than facing claims of mutant chicken monstrosities.

Also for the record: It tastes pretty good, but you're certainly ready for the meal to be over with.
 
2013-04-08 12:41:09 AM

Stone Meadow: ciberido: whistleridge: Sorry, but if I were going to show 'delicious but fattening from NC', it would be this:

[static.ifood.tv image 470x353]

THAT is North Carolina food.

What is it? It looks like something from a taco truck...potato salad, mystery meat and jalapeno poppers.


Delicious delicious pulled pork BBQ, slathered in yummy vinegar, served as God intended with cole slaw, hushpuppies and a shiat ton of Dr. Pepper in a cup full of crushed ice. Heaven.
 
2013-04-08 01:00:28 AM

Stone Meadow: ciberido: whistleridge: Sorry, but if I were going to show 'delicious but fattening from NC', it would be this:

[static.ifood.tv image 470x353]

THAT is North Carolina food.

What is it? It looks like something from a taco truck...potato salad, mystery meat and jalapeno poppers.


What looked like jalapeño poppers to you are actually hushpuppies, and what you called "mystery meat" is actually Eastern North Carolina barbecue.
 
2013-04-08 01:03:06 AM
Garbage plate for NY? ... Clicks link ... Yep. Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-04-08 01:14:02 AM

BGates: Lamb?


It seems they ran out of ideas and fast food chains to pick on by that point. Virginia also got a weird pass with "ham." Is there no restaurant in the state of Virginia that serves an obscenely unhealthy product? Maybe this list was influenced by sekret muslins in the NOVA region.
 
2013-04-08 01:16:10 AM
img2.timeinc.net

At first I thought it was like a Dairy Queen Blizzard, with soft ice cream and berries and other things mixed in.

but then I read the description.

i188.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-08 01:17:38 AM

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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense

WTF, is this an Internet meme? If not, get some sleep.

Looks like a Meow alt. How original.



Yes, it's a meme.
 
2013-04-08 01:21:32 AM

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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense

WTF, is this an Internet meme? If not, get some sleep.

Looks like a Meow alt. How original.


Yes, it's a meme.


Oh. Hilarious.
 
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


You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? My guess is that when one really been far even as decided once to use even go want, it is then that he has really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like. It's just common sense

WTF, is this an Internet meme? If not, get some sleep.

Looks like a Meow alt. How original.


Yes, it's a meme.


;-p
 
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

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x299]


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.

24.media.tumblr.com
 
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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