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Monday, February 12, 2007

Deep Fried Twinkies - Video Series



With this post I am introducing a new series into Help! I Have A Fire In My Kitchen based upon funny or instructional comedy videos in cooking linked to YouTube or some other Video archives. This series is entitled: What You Do Not Want To Cook In Your Kitchen! (And the title says it all.)

You can see the video here by clicking on the embedded video, or click on the title of the video to view it at the host.

Talk about Junk Food! This first video is entitled: "Deep Fried Twinkies!" (I kid you not!) It is long though - 9 minutes & 30 seconds. Do Not let your kids see this one or you will be making it - guaranteed! Enjoy.
**(ETA: Embedded Video removed - doing strange things with Blogger! Click Above To See Video)
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Deborah Dowd said...

If you take out the fat... and the sugar and the frying...and the precessed food... is it really that bad?! My mom used to make something we called fried doughnuts where she would take glazed doughnuts (a little stale is better and saute them in butter until the glaze caramelized and the outside was a little crunchy and then serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Beaucoup caloies but really good!

Deborah

Deborah Dowd said...

If you take out the processed food... and the fat... and the sugar... is it really that bad ?! My mom used to mkae something we called fried doughnuts where she would take glazed doughnuts (a little stale is better)and saute them in butter until the glaze caramelized and the outside was light brown and crisp, then serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Beaucoup calories but really yummy!

Deborah

Paula's Poetry said...

This is just wrong on so many levels. It should be called "How to deep fry your way to a triple bypass."