luka

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William S. Burroughs [Newton, MA] to Paul Bowles [Tangier, Morocco]
ca. late August or early September 1961
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Newton, Mass.
USA





Dear Paul:
This country is a shambles. I don’t know when I’ve seen anything so nasty. Staying in Leary’s house. Enough food to feed a regiment left out to spoil in the huge kitchen by Leary’s over-fed, undisciplined children. Unused TV sets, cameras, typewriters, toys, books, magazines, furniture, stacked to the ceiling. A nightmare of stupid surfeit. The place is sick sick sick. And disgusting. Like a good European I am stashing away all the \$ I can lay hands to with one thought in mind. Walk don’t run to the nearest exit.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
So basically you can deep fry anything, I would at least try those things. I prefer the taste of butter to milk so I guess fried butter appeals more... which got me thinking... my favourite dairy products are clotted cream and sour cream, do people ever deep fry them?
 

Leo

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I love that this discussion of deep fried things is in the "Death to America" instead of the "Strange American Things" thread. Makes sense, since most of them will literally clog the arteries and kill you.

I grew up in the northeast, where we didn't have state fairs or fry things other than meat/seafood, mutz and vegetables.
 
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Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I love that this discussion of deep fried things is in the "Death of America" instead of the "Strange American Things" thread. Makes sense, since most of them will literally clog the arteries and kill you.

I grew up in the northeast, where we didn't have state fairs or fry things other than meat/seafood, mutz and vegetables.
"mutz"?
 

Leo

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