Blog: Deep-fried delicacies

Catherine Sleep | 19 October 2004

We know about Mars Bars being deep-fried in Scotland, but now the Americans are at it too.

It’s not every writer that gets to start a paragraph with the words “Let us consider the deep-fried Oreo…”. And this is no bad thing.

The blogger who sampled this one liked it. Enjoy his insightful report back by clicking the link below. I’m off to New York later this week. Will I get to taste anything as rarefied as that, I wonder?

Deep-fried Oreos, analysed


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