[Sca-cooks] OT: Deep-Fried Beer

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Mon Sep 6 10:19:41 PDT 2010

  I've done that at Potrero War, with a propane-fired deep fryer.  Why 
does such a dedicated apppliance even exist?

The Scotch Ostrich Egg sounds like fun.  I've done Scotch Quail Eggs for 
conspicuous consumption in the opposite direction, they were excellent 
canapes actually.


On 9/4/10 3:08 PM, Duncan Cameron wrote:
> At Border War up here in Pentamere (Michigan) one of the camps also has a
> FryDay FryUp.  They did the usual Twinkies, Shrimp, Fish, Fries, Snickers
> Bars, Pizza, Summer Sausage.  It was all good, but nothing seemed real odd.
> I do however one of these years want to acquire from one of the local
> ostrich farms an egg.  Simply for the purpose of attempting a Scotch Ostrich
> Egg.
> In Service
> Duncan Cameron
> protege of Baroness Kassia Gildea OP
> On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Susan Lin<susanrlin at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> At Pennsic we do "fry day" which means one of our household of retched
>> excess decided he wanted to fry stuff a few years ago.  He now has 2 turkey
>> fryers and we have tried to fry anything and everything including
>> pixi-sticks and Swedish fish.  You name it we've probably done it.  My
>> favorite is deep fried kielbasa.  I usually reach critical mass long before
>> all the really interesting stuff goes in.
>> Shoshana
>> On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 4:58 AM, Elise Fleming<alysk at ix.netcom.com>  wrote:

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