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In honor of my last days as an undergrad…
May 9, 2010, 12:39 pm
Filed under: Relaxation | Tags: ,

Well, this is it. The final countdown as an undergrad.

I’ve got a single day left as an undergrad, so I thought I’d pull up a quick post of food porn in honor of this Senior Weekend! (Mainly in honor of the three days I’ve spent in a Rum and Whiskey fueled haze. Hooray debauchery!) That being said, all the recipes in this particular post have something to do with alcohol, namely beer or something of that ilk. I figured it would be an honest tribute to such events as the “Midnight Breakfast”, the famous “Bar Crawl 2010” and of course, the “Senior Tent Party.”

Edit from 5-9-2010: Tonight was seriously too good. So, to quickly summarize what happened, I ended up going on a bit of a bar crawl with the rest of my friends for the Senior Class Bar Crawl and as I was getting drinks for my table, I got into a heated conversation about beer-battered onion rings. I asked this particularly drunk individual as to what he might think were the best onion rings he’s ever had only to be given a recipe for what this particular townie called verbatum: “The best damn onion rings (and I kid you not on this next part.) I ever eated.”

Yes, dear readers, you read that right. This is a recipe for the best onion rings this guy has ever EATED. I was literally shocked to hear this guy drunkenly muster out this recipe when he couldn’t even conjugate basic verbs, but not half as shocked to find out that he had memorized the entire recipe. (That, really floored me. This guy was having trouble standing up, but could still whip out a recipe. Talk about dedication.) Anyways, from what I gathered, these are the ingredients, and subsequent recipe for…

THE BEST ONION RINGS EVER EATED

-1 c. flour
-1 tsp. sea salt
-1tsp. crushed red pepper
-12 oz. light beer (Preferably a light German beer, according to the townie.)
-1/4 tsp. Chipotle Flavored Tabasco Sauce

Sift flour and salt into the beer. Stir until light and frothy. Add the Tabasco and let stand for several hours. Stir before using. Dip onion rings into batter and fry in boiling oil.
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