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« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2013, 01:03:58 PM »

I don't understand the concept of deep frying a good piece of steak in chicken batter with white gravy, that kinda defeats the purpose of a well made steak.
Also, the Colorado entry is confusing, many people have never heard of cowboy cookies, so I would replace that with beer, say New Belgium Brewery options.
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« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2013, 01:07:06 PM »

      As an adopted Texan, I agere; brisket is awesome.



     As a native Ohioan, I've never had Cincinatti chili, nor does it sound that good....



     As a NorthCoaster, this is my favorite native dish....



     Friday perch fillets, with a side of spaghetti, served in the basement of the Catholic church....MONEY!

     Of course, as a good Baptist, I faunched for this, as well....




     Hold the potato salad on mine, please.
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« Reply #17 on: November 06, 2013, 04:32:56 PM »

I don't understand the concept of deep frying a good piece of steak in chicken batter with white gravy, that kinda defeats the purpose of a well made steak.
Also, the Colorado entry is confusing, many people have never heard of cowboy cookies, so I would replace that with beer, say New Belgium Brewery options.

Chicken Fried Steak is a very tasty dish,actually,made from a well-tenderized piece of meat. I don't know who first decided to batter it but I must applaud them. Wink

Of course,being a Texan I also adore a nice Ribeye steak.  Thumbup
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« Reply #18 on: November 07, 2013, 07:49:08 PM »

Just had to offer this, as a native Pennsylvanian: while the cheesesteak is good, it truly depends upon the roll. Amoroso Baking offers the best roll for it.

Also, Scrapple is superb. Nothing says great breakfast than a giant fried hunk of meat made out of pig intestines and everything else. If you can find scrapple, eat it.
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« Reply #19 on: November 10, 2013, 10:35:28 AM »

When I was in Maine I thought their beach-side lobster bakes were cruel because instead of plunging the lobsters into hot water, which is a fairly quick if not necessarily pleasant death, they'd slowly steam them under wet canvas blankets, leaving them alive for sometimes a quarter-hour. The lobsters would writhe and keep trying to crawl away and someone had the job of tipping them back into the pile of seaweed and moss until they finally quit moving. Nobody seemed to think anything about that but I thought it was appalling.
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« Reply #20 on: November 11, 2013, 06:59:58 AM »

This list is sarcastic, you'll see why. Enjoy and laugh, if you do not, then you are a rebel and will be terminated.
http://deadspin.com/the-great-american-menu-foods-of-the-states-ranked-an-1349137024


The New Orleans gumbo looks delicious.  Smile
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« Reply #21 on: November 11, 2013, 07:16:00 AM »

Also, Scrapple is superb. Nothing says great breakfast than a giant fried hunk of meat made out of pig intestines and everything else.

It's the 'everything else' you wrote that makes me a little worried.  Buggedout Wink
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« Reply #22 on: November 11, 2013, 05:52:36 PM »

I don't understand the concept of deep frying a good piece of steak in chicken batter with white gravy, that kinda defeats the purpose of a well made steak.
Also, the Colorado entry is confusing, many people have never heard of cowboy cookies, so I would replace that with beer, say New Belgium Brewery options.

Chicken Fried Steak is a very tasty dish,actually,made from a well-tenderized piece of meat. I don't know who first decided to batter it but I must applaud them. Wink

Of course,being a Texan I also adore a nice Ribeye steak.  Thumbup

Not being a native Texan, but having lived here over half of my life, the operative word is "well-tenderized." The chicken fried steak is not the tenderest steak from the animal. Thus, the tenderizing, the battering, and the cream gravy makes the steak more edible. And it is good. And I might add, that a "true" cafe cook would serve the cream gravy UNDER the steak, as opposed to a "faux" cafe cook who would serve the cream gravy OVER the steak. Though, I don't know if any cafe cook serves it the "true" way any more.
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« Reply #23 on: November 11, 2013, 06:18:42 PM »

Also, Scrapple is superb. Nothing says great breakfast than a giant fried hunk of meat made out of pig intestines and everything else.


It's the 'everything else' you wrote that makes me a little worried.  Buggedout Wink

Yeah. Oink intestines are bad enough...
Scrapple should be a character name. In a sports flick of course.

Ummmm...seared cow meat...

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« Reply #24 on: November 12, 2013, 12:51:05 PM »

Also, Scrapple is superb. Nothing says great breakfast than a giant fried hunk of meat made out of pig intestines and everything else.

It's the 'everything else' you wrote that makes me a little worried.  Buggedout Wink
Only the head, heart, liver, bones, fat, and whatever scraps are left. Once cooked, the bones and fat get removed, and corn meal is added. A loaf is made, and it's sold and eaten.
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« Reply #25 on: November 12, 2013, 02:42:50 PM »

I don't understand the concept of deep frying a good piece of steak in chicken batter with white gravy, that kinda defeats the purpose of a well made steak.
Also, the Colorado entry is confusing, many people have never heard of cowboy cookies, so I would replace that with beer, say New Belgium Brewery options.

Chicken Fried Steak is a very tasty dish,actually,made from a well-tenderized piece of meat. I don't know who first decided to batter it but I must applaud them. Wink

Of course,being a Texan I also adore a nice Ribeye steak.  Thumbup

Not being a native Texan, but having lived here over half of my life, the operative word is "well-tenderized." The chicken fried steak is not the tenderest steak from the animal. Thus, the tenderizing, the battering, and the cream gravy makes the steak more edible. And it is good. And I might add, that a "true" cafe cook would serve the cream gravy UNDER the steak, as opposed to a "faux" cafe cook who would serve the cream gravy OVER the steak. Though, I don't know if any cafe cook serves it the "true" way any more.

Hmmm....I've never had the steak served on the bottom. Knowing me,I'd probably eat it either way. TeddyR
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« Reply #26 on: November 12, 2013, 03:29:10 PM »

     Just a touch of meatporn....

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« Reply #27 on: November 14, 2013, 07:08:34 PM »

What I've eaten on this list.  Fun right?

Deep dish pizza from Chicago.  It's delicious if done right.  Best I've had was actually in Chicago, BTW.
Crabcake - Bleh, not a fan.
Peach cobbler - Good if done right.
Gumbo - I like it.  Not my fave.
Key lime pie - Not bad.
Fried green tomatoes - They're fried tomatoes.  Meh.
Hot weiners - yum.
Pulled pork BBQ - I like it, but pulled chicken is better.
Clam chowder - blah.
KC/Memphis ribs - Yeah, they are the same thing.  But they're both DELICIOUS.
Chimichanga - Love 'em!
Frozen custard - St. Louis actually has really great frozen custard!
Texas brisket - Not my favorite BBQ, but good.
Fried Okra - Gross.
NY Style pizza - Maybe my favorite food in the world is Lombardi's pizza.
Hot Hawaii - Spam is awful.
Fried catfish - I don't like any fish, and catfish is stronger than most.  So no go.
Maple syrup - delicious
Corndog - I hate corndogs.  Gross.
Cowboy cookie - not my favorite.
Mud pie - Best thing in Mississippi.
Bratwurst - Yum.
Virginia ham - Good.
Chicken fried steak - Stupid name, OK food.
Hamburger casserole.  Rather just have a burger.
Michigan pasty - Grew up in Michigan, but you really don't see these very often.  They're pretty good, like shepard's pie.
Salt water taffy  - yum.
Steamed cheeseburger - no like.

Also, I want to try traditional akutaq. I think it sounds delicious.
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« Reply #28 on: November 14, 2013, 07:20:47 PM »

This list is sarcastic, you'll see why. Enjoy and laugh, if you do not, then you are a rebel and will be terminated.
http://deadspin.com/the-great-american-menu-foods-of-the-states-ranked-an-1349137024


The New Orleans gumbo looks delicious.  Smile


It is better if you have your own variant, not 2 are the same. Wink
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« Reply #29 on: November 14, 2013, 11:45:18 PM »

Also, I want to try traditional akutaq. I think it sounds delicious.

If you can find it mixed with blubber or seal fat instead of the Crisco, then that is the actual traditional way to go. Shortening is the quicker and easier method to make it with, but it loses its cultural identity a bit going that route.
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