Texas Cuisine

09.06.06 | 4 Comments

Despite the oppressive summer heat, it’s fun living in Texas. We’re not like other, boring states. We do things our own way. We march to the beat of our own drum. We don’t stop at fried twinkies, fried Snickers bars, fried marshmellows, or even chicken-friend bacon. No! We pioneer onward, ever pushing the bounderies of what can be done with breading and hot oil. Like the scientists standing over Steve Austin’s broken body, we have the technology. We can make food better than it was before. Better…stronger…greasier.

Fried Coca-Cola is that food.

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Comment by Kyle
2006-09-06 09:54:34

Genius, I say. Pure genius.

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Comment by Jerry
2006-09-06 16:41:41

Fried Coke. hahaha I gotta try that.

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2006-12-06 17:02:18

[…] Some of you may remember my post from September about fried Coca-Cola. At the time I also mentioned chicken-fried bacon, which isn’t a new invention. However, I thought you might be interested in a short video about chicken-fried bacon’s origins here in my home state. I’ve actually eaten in this establishment, actually. I might have to take a short drive and give this a try. […]

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2007-09-06 05:01:53

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