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Best Onion Rings...

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by cbbr, Jun 3, 2006.

  1. cbbr

    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    So one of pizzaslices many woe is me posts ended up as a cluster:dunno: and a discussion began aboot onion rings.

    There was a chicken place where I grew up that had great onion rings. They were the real thin kind. Now I find that I like them thicker. What do you like, where do you get them and recipes if you have them.
     
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    i like em thick:D
     
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    I love the ones that A&W makes

    Extremely tasty!
     
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    Little place on the side of the road in Alexandria, La used to have crispy, sweet onion rings. i remember it very well because of the batter dipped, deep fried dill pickle slices. Delicious!!! :bow:
     
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    A little place here called Chequers serves some beer batter O rings w/ spinach dip. Good stuff Maynard.

    John
     
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    As I mentioned in the other thread, The Rock House bar and grill, Twain Harte, CA. Big thick beer battered onion rings..... I hate the think crispy ones. And the "bloomin' onion" ones at Chili's and other places suck.
     
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    I tried a new place in St Paul on thursday. Had the best french dip sandwich and onion rings in years. The rings were beer battered and has a spicy seasoning after the frying, yum yum. BTW french dips were invented in socal, why they call them that I:dunno:
    George
     
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    The ones out here are made with sweet onions and I cant gag them down. Back home in N. Ca they had good ones made with good micro-brew beer batter and good strong white onions, not this candy tasting sh!t here.
     
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    There was a place I stopped into in Jackson, CA that had excellent beer batter onion rings too, along with ice cold beer, and I mean ice cold....
     

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