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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    When did Tulsa become a state?
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    Funnel cake with fruit filling and powdered sugah!!!

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    Oh my T-Rex...funnel cakes......I have such strange memories of them. I live in the North Georgia mountains, and there's this very tacky little town called Helen, GA just south of us. They pretend like they're Alpine-Swiss, etc. It's so redneck. And funnel cakes are the big deal there! I have such a hard time considering them as real food.

    But perhaps your funnel cake resource (FCR) is a lot classier than mine. Either way, you know I adore you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holley Calmes View Post
    Oh my T-Rex...funnel cakes......I have such strange memories of them. I live in the North Georgia mountains, and there's this very tacky little town called Helen, GA just south of us. They pretend like they're Alpine-Swiss, etc. It's so redneck. And funnel cakes are the big deal there! I have such a hard time considering them as real food.

    But perhaps your funnel cake resource (FCR) is a lot classier than mine. Either way, you know I adore you.
    Lurve U 2 (((((((((((Holley))))))))))

    I actually ate my first funnel cake at a fair in California after my second Navy ship came back from a six-month deployment. My cousin (also in the Navy) had just gotten married and I drove up to Camp Pendleton to visit them. I had one with strawberries and powdered sugar....it was better than sex! Well, almost....if I wasn't doing this low-carb thing, I'd make one right now...maybe this summer.

    It's all about the batter I think. A nice from scratch batter, you can never go wrong with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanbfan View Post
    As far as I'm concerned, the State Fair of Texas is the king of fried crap. I had fried oreos last year and it was the most unsatisfying meal ever. It was gross.

    They also introduced fried butter at the fair last year, but I did not try it. Supposedly they 'flavor' the butter then fry it. Apparently it was really popular. Yuck.

    And I love fried pickles. One of my favorite things to eat!!

    ETA: LOLOLOL I forgot Texas also loves to fry liquids. My dad has had the fried coke and my mom has had the fried cappuccino.
    God Bless Texas. This is why I love this state.

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