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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Dennis View Post
    not so good for vegetarians though David.
    Yeah, I don't know how well that would work with soy bacon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Dennis View Post
    You're forcing me to make some Clint.

    My problem is I start snacking on them as soon as they're out of the oil. So much so that the first batch is usually gone by the time the second batch just hits the oil. Not good for the waist line (never mind the backlash I get from my better half-->"You just cooked 6 rings.
    Where are they?&#&#^#* ?"
    I thought I was the only one with that special skill - one onion really goes a long way..... even snacking heavily on them, I got 3 meals worth out of it....... They freeze & re-heat (microwave) almost as good as out of the fryer. I know about the waist line - I can feel myself getting fatter as I eat them but once in a while we gotta do it! I got rings @ a decent fast food restaurant today, & their rings were nowhere near as good as this.



    Quote Originally Posted by DBWallis View Post
    Make these an they're all done at once - problem solved!

    [IMG]http://i747.photobucket.com/albums/xx119/dbwallis/Grilling/87B796FB-C952-46FC-AB2B-EA93E80D3E8B.jpg[/IM]
    Now those look good - yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post

    Now those look good - yours?
    Yup. Thick double onion rings, brushed with Sriracha, wrapped in bacon, sprinkled with black pepper and smoked, and served with a Sriracha mayo:


    My apologies to the vegetarians here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBWallis View Post
    My apologies to the vegetarians here!
    Ya know, it's not that veg eaters peruse this site. It's us meat eaters that have one in the family that we cook for. Having said that, those look mmm mmmm good
    So many recipes, so little time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Dennis View Post
    Ya know, it's not that veg eaters peruse this site. It's us meat eaters that have one in the family that we cook for. Having said that, those look mmm mmmm good
    I understand, Len. I'm a recovering vegetarian myself
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    are there any substitutions for Beer in this recipe? I've tried Sprite & that didn't work.

    I'm at ~98 days without beer/alcohol - friends bring theirs over but I don't think I should be bringing any home at this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    are there any substitutions for Beer in this recipe? I've tried Sprite & that didn't work.

    I'm at ~98 days without beer/alcohol - friends bring theirs over but I don't think I should be bringing any home at this time.
    Club soda. I use it in Tempura batter.

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