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[at-l] Update on FRIED TWINKIES
I can just see next seasons newest Trail Angel hot spot - roadside fried
From: L. Parker [mailto:email@example.com]
William and I have been discussing this. I started this post as an
entertainment, but with a few suggestions form William, I am beginning to
think it has real possibilities.
First of all, is it really necessary to freeze the Twinkie? Couldn't we just
chill it in a cold stream? (In a Ziploc bag of course.)
Second, William suggested (from the Stove thread) a new hiker gotta have -
the Pepsi Can Deep Fryer. Who wants to design it?
Add four ounces of oil and place over your Pepsi Can Stove, insert battered
Twinkie, and wait sixty seconds. Remove Twinkie and enjoy. Is four ounces of
oil too much to carry for a trail treat like this?
Lee I Joe
"William Neal" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Got hungry and had browser search. Found this on an English newspaper's
> site -- The Guardian.
> In the South, where the four basic food groups are barbecued, baked,
> or fried, state fairs are filled with booths that sell everything from
> on a stick to club-like turkey legs. For dessert, an odd new treat has
> emerged: fried Twinkies.
> "Each Twinkie, at 160 calories and five grams of fat a pop, is impaled on
> stick and frozen until firm, then dipped in a batter similar to that used
> fry fish.
> Deep frying adds more calories and fat, and the powdered-sugar coating
> apparently complements the Twinkie's altered state.
> ``The inside creamy part stays cool, while the outside is warm,'' said
> Rhonda Yates, a postal worker spending her vacation helping Dickson with
> Twinkie booth.
> Suzanne Hackett, the general manager of an English restaurant in New York
> City called The ChipShop, said the fried Twinkie was born in her eatery
> of boredom.
> ``We had a very slow night in the restaurant so we decided to buy a bunch
> junk food and deep fry it,'' Hackett said Monday. ``And the Twinkies just
> tasted so good.''
> Now how are we going to get the Twikies cool enough on the Trail?
> William, The Turtle
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