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  • This conversation is making me hungry.

    May 16, 2008

  • And a ballless meatball would be . . .

    May 16, 2008

  • I'm trying to comprehend a 'meatless meatball'. It's exactly the same as a footless football, right?

    May 16, 2008

  • Well, I guess if you make it lemony and lighter than air... I don't, I just kinda hunk it up with lots of garlic. :)

    (did you mean respectively? I'm trying to gauge the level of anger/sarcasm in your comment...)

    May 16, 2008

  • I respectively submit to c_b that the treatmet of the chickpea in the preparation of falafel is not so different than in the preparation of hummus. In fact, the chickpea is left more intact (coarser and heavier) in falafel than in the lighter-than-air, lemony, pureed hummus.

    May 16, 2008

  • Falafel? Well, feel better soon!*

    *my favorite get-well card.

    Falafel's okay, I guess. But I love chick peas so much that I don't understand why people do a series of horrible destructive things to their lovely cheeky beauty in order to eat them.

    Except hummus. All bets are off with hummus.

    May 16, 2008

  • Not-a-menu on eBay here.

    May 16, 2008

  • Bilby: The trick to frying falafel is waiting for the batter to set up before making the balls. Then, you can let them set a bit as well. Sometimes a quick trip to the fridge is in order.

    May 16, 2008

  • Not a shoe! Hushpuppies are like small rounds of fried sweet cornbread batter.

    May 16, 2008

  • I bake falafel too as it's tricky to get the right consistency for frying.
    What's a hush puppy? In Australia it's a style of shoe. I'm hoping Americans don't deep-fry and and eat them *worried*

    May 16, 2008

  • You can (and I have) bake your falafel.

    May 16, 2008

  • Falafel is a chickpea-based, meatless meatball. Spiced to perfection, it is fried, then lovingly placed in a half-moon shaped piece of "pita bread" and topped with a mouth-watering dressing of garlic/cucumber/spices infused yoghurt. Mmmmm.

    May 16, 2008

  • Falafel sounds like it may qualify on the "fried" side of things, but I'm still unconvinced about the "goodness" factor, particularly since I don't care for pepper. I'll investigate and get back to you.

    P.S. Funnel cakes are right up there with bacon. Heaven forbid I ever have to choose.

    May 16, 2008

  • Funnel cakes at the county fair each August -- a little piece of heaven on earth!

    May 16, 2008

  • I've heard of it, but I need more info. What's it taste like?

    May 16, 2008

  • Can I mention falafel?

    May 16, 2008

  • Indeed. Funnel cakes = PA Dutch Country.

    October 18, 2007

  • Avoiding funnel cakes, that's for sure.

    October 18, 2007

  • Ah, science! Where would we be without it?

    October 18, 2007

  • Because, through the magic of genetic engineering, you can always dissolve that pesky, life-threatening clot with a timely dose of tissue plasminogen activator, also known as tPA.

    October 18, 2007

  • I tried one once, along with a deep-fried Snickers bar. I liked the Snickers bar better.

    October 18, 2007

  • Eeeeeew!

    Got any?

    October 18, 2007

  • Don't forget deep-fried Twinkies!!

    October 18, 2007

  • My personal term for all that God created to help tighten up those arteries. Some examples include bacon, hush puppies, apple fritters with powdered sugar, fried chicken, and homemade doughnuts.

    October 18, 2007