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Kosh
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A friend and co-worker just returned from a trip to London. She told me that she was told that one of the current food fads there was breading Three Musketeer bars, and deep frying them.

All I can say is, you guys are sick. Everyone knows that you FREEZE TM's.

Any of you all heard of this?

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Siegfried
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Fat-frying breaded Three Musketeers? Umm... that has got to be one hell of a gooey mess! I don't see any sort of breading helping to keep a stick of milk chocolate and cremey nuget in one piece. I'd imagine it'd look a lot like the T-1000 dying in a vat of molten steel (minus the flailing and shifting identities and trying to kill people).

Yuck!

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Jeff Raven
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I've heard about this. It's supposedly quite tasty. You can do it with other kinds of candy bars, like Snickers or Nestle Crunch. The breading keeps the chocolate from making a melty mess.

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Lee
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I am at a loss as to how to respond to this. I'd like to chalk it down to typical American cluelessness about the rest of the world, since there is no such thing as a "Three Musketeers" bar in the UK. Any other imbecilic rumours heard recently? They're mad for Sunset Beach in Somalia? McDonalds Peru have brought out a McLlama with Cheese?

I mean, you know what a Mars Bar is, OK? Well, there was a fad a few years ago for deep-frying them. I imagine this is equally twisted according to your distorted little value systems: after all, Mohammed Atta & Co. probably had them for their last meals or something. . . 8)

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Kosh
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quote:

, since there is no such thing as a "Three Musketeers" bar in the UK.

Damn, and I thought you guys were caught up with us here in the colonies. I'll have you know that I do not have the Typical American clulessness. What I have is the supertrekielearnedeverything IknowfromthegoddamnBealtes superspecial clulessness that comes from watching to much damn TV and listening to Rock and Roll since 1964. I'ts bad when you get hooked that young. [Wink]

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Lee
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Hey, Ed, I never said YOU were clueless, just your friend. You're only semi-clueless. 8)

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Charles Capps
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Mars and Three Musketeer bars are generally very similar, actualy... so it's not too far off. [Wink]
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TSN
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Either way, it's pretty sick...
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Lee
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This from a nation that eats their apple pie with cheese. *gag*

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Malnurtured Snay
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?

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Siegfried
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Huh? Cheese? I can't speak for all 280 million citizens of the United States, but I have never ever heard of anyone one eating apple pie with cheese. Vanilla ice cream, yes. Cheese, nope.

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Sol System
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I have. Heard of it, that is. When it comes to food, I'm pretty silly and compulsive and don't like to mix things, so I have no idea, but apparently it tastes good to some segment of the population.
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Antagonist
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What the hell? Apple pie and cheese would be disgusting. Until now I haven't had the displeasure of even thinking about that sick combination. Ah well, chalk it up to Brit cluelessness. [Smile]

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Grokca
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It has to be a good sharp chedder with apple pie.

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Lee
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See?!

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