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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Deep fried Oreos

    It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    some animals, so what the heck.

    Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.

    nancy

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    Default User Guest

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    Nancy Young wrote:


    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    > up. nancy


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    bolivar Guest

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    "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news8M5m.42052$[email protected]..
    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    > nancy



    You could use them as a dessert when serving your famous meatballs in grape
    jelly sauce.

    Just a thought.

    Boli



  4. #4
    Nancy Young Guest

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    bolivar wrote:
    > "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote


    >> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    >> many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    >> double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    >> up.


    > You could use them as a dessert when serving your famous meatballs in
    > grape jelly sauce.
    >
    > Just a thought.


    Woah, that's all way too high-falutin' for me! (laugh) Maybe at one
    of your parties.

    nancy

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    Nancy Young Guest

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    Default User wrote:
    > Nancy Young wrote:
    >
    >
    >> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    >> many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    >> double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    >> up. nancy

    >
    > The Scots.


    Yeah, they started it with that Mars bar business.

    nancy

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    cybercat Guest

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    "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news8M5m.42052$[email protected]..
    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.


    Somebody who wishes ill upon the hearts and asses of fairgoers.



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    John Kuthe Guest

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    On Jul 10, 1:55*pm, "Nancy Young" <rjynly...@comcast.net> wrote:
    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. *I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. *Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. *Interesting. *Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. *Who would think that up.. *


    You can deep fry anything and people will go "Mmmm! Tasty!" In fact,
    you could slice up an old stinky neoprene bootie, bread it and fry it
    and people would eat it. In faxct, I think they do! Calamari? ;-)

    John Kuthe...


    >
    > nancy



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    PeterL Guest

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    "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote in news8M5m.42052$AX1.39108
    @newsfe20.ams2:

    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    >



    The same people who thought up deep fried Mars Bars, and deep fried peanut
    butter and banana sandwiches.

    You can't talk to them though, they're dead.


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    Jean B. Guest

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    Nancy Young wrote:
    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    > nancy


    That doesn't sound very good. Maybe that's lucky....

    --
    Jean B.

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

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    In article <D8M5m.42052$[email protected]>,
    "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    >
    > nancy


    That's just wrong, Nancy. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

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    Gloria P Guest

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    Nancy Young wrote:
    > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > some animals, so what the heck.
    >
    > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    > nancy



    I think it sounds awful. Did you like it?

    gloria p

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    Nancy Young Guest

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    Gloria P wrote:
    > Nancy Young wrote:
    >> It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    >> held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    >> some animals, so what the heck.
    >>
    >> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    >> many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    >> double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    >> up.


    > I think it sounds awful. Did you like it?


    No, it's not something I'd buy again! (laugh) Not even. Not that I'm
    adverse to fried things, don't get me wrong.

    nancy

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    Nancy Young Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > In article <D8M5m.42052$[email protected]>,
    > "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    >> many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    >> double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    >> up.


    > That's just wrong, Nancy. Wrong, wrong, wrong.


    Did I mention it was served with powdered sugar? Hee.

    nancy

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Deep fried Oreos

    In article <nLT5m.52412$[email protected]>,
    "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > > In article <D8M5m.42052$[email protected]>,
    > > "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > >> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > >> many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > >> double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that
    > >> up.

    >
    > > That's just wrong, Nancy. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

    >
    > Did I mention it was served with powdered sugar? Hee.
    >
    > nancy


    Good lord! I can feel my blood thicken at the thought of it. Ick.
    Did you have one?

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    Nancy Young Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:

    > "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Melba's Jammin' wrote:


    >>> "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here
    >>>> so many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting.
    >>>> Melted double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would
    >>>> think that up.

    >>
    >>> That's just wrong, Nancy. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

    >>
    >> Did I mention it was served with powdered sugar? Hee.


    > Good lord! I can feel my blood thicken at the thought of it. Ick.
    > Did you have one?


    You kidding, I paid 5 bucks to see what the fuss was about, I tried
    2 of them. (laugh) Hey, I don't go to fairs for the health food. But
    I won't try anything like that again. I get the idea.

    I did see health food, does that count? The 4H club had their prize
    winning vegetables. I have a zucchini that could have been a
    contender!

    nancy

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    Andy Guest

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    Nancy Young said...

    > I did see health food, does that count?



    There's something about health food that's little spoken about.

    Ask me.

    Andy

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    Becca Guest

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    Nancy Young wrote:
    > Gloria P wrote:
    >
    >> I think it sounds awful. Did you like it?

    >
    > No, it's not something I'd buy again! (laugh) Not even. Not that I'm
    > adverse to fried things, don't get me wrong.
    > nancy



    They sell fried Oreos at Mermaids Casino on Freemont street in Las
    Vegas. They have fried Twinkies, fried Oreos and fried bananas, they
    are 99 cents each. After traveling that far, who could resist??? The
    fried Oreo was my favorite.


    Becca

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    Stan Horwitz Guest

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    In article <[email protected]>,
    Gloria P <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Nancy Young wrote:
    > > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > > some animals, so what the heck.
    > >
    > > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    > > nancy

    >
    >
    > I think it sounds awful. Did you like it?


    They taste a lot like fried brownies; pretty good. Deep fried Oreos are
    sold at the Camden Riversharks home games. The Riversharks are a minor
    league baseball team out of Camden, NJ.

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    phaeton Guest

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    bleh.

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    Omelet Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Stan Horwitz <[email protected]> wrote:

    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Gloria P <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Nancy Young wrote:
    > > > It's a gorgeous day here, and in the paper was an ad for a fair
    > > > held at a horse park. I had the idea maybe I'd at least get to see
    > > > some animals, so what the heck.
    > > >
    > > > Walking around, what do I see. Since they've been mentioned here so
    > > > many times, I had to try the deep fried Oreos. Interesting. Melted
    > > > double stuf Oreos in fish n chips-type batter. Who would think that up.
    > > > nancy

    > >
    > >
    > > I think it sounds awful. Did you like it?

    >
    > They taste a lot like fried brownies; pretty good. Deep fried Oreos are
    > sold at the Camden Riversharks home games. The Riversharks are a minor
    > league baseball team out of Camden, NJ.


    I'll bet fried brownies are delicious!
    I've never had one.

    If I were to make them, what would I batter it with?

    <googles>

    Hm. Looks like just a basic flour batter is used to dip them. I think
    I'd add a little sugar and vanilla to that.

    Speaking of deep fried things, there is one grill in our area (Pats
    Place) that serves deep fried dill pickle chips. Dipping sauce of ranch
    dressing is served with them.

    They are divine. ;-d I introduced my sister and brother in law to that
    sin a few years ago. They were dubious at first, but ended up really
    liking them. <eg>
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