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    Posted by Dan from Madison on June 1st, 2012 (All posts by )


    ChicagoBoyz recommends you get at least two servings per day of each of the food groups for a healthy and happy life.
    Fries
    Fresh Hot Coffee
    Mini Donuts
    Hot and Cold Drinks
    Jumbo Hot Dogs

     

    20 Responses to “Food Groups”

    1. Jonathan Says:

      Wait a minute. I thought the four basic food groups were quarter pounder, shake, fries and turnover.

    2. Robert Schwartz Says:

      The four basic food groups are grease, salt, sugar, and caffeine.

      I guess we are drawing a line in the sand against Michelle Bloomberg.

    3. Mockingbird Says:

      What about beer?

    4. Bill Brandt Says:

      One fair particularly noted for those food groups is the Minn state fair, where they have taken deep frying to an art form ;-)

    5. Sejo Says:

      Ahahahahahahahaha!
      God bless you all!

    6. Dan from Madison Says:

      Beer falls under the “hot and cold drinks” group.

    7. Gringo Says:

      In Texas, the 3 basic food groups are barbecue, chicken-fried steak, and Mexican [Tex-Mex].

    8. Michael Kennedy Says:

      Salt and vinegar potato chips are in there somewhere.

    9. Robert Schwartz Says:

      “Salt and vinegar potato chips are in there somewhere.”

      Grease and Salt.

    10. Ginny Says:

      then there’s chickenfried bacon (the inventor died a couple of weeks ago but the art lives on)

    11. Lexington Green Says:

      I’d go for the jumbo hot dog. But it will not be as good as the ones from Gold Coast Dogs, or the legendary SuperDawg, or the very good relative newcomer America’s Dog — my favorite is the incredible Atlanta Dog, which has coleslaw, chili, mustard, ketchup and onion, with a hot dog in there somewhere.

    12. Dan from Madison Says:

      Oh please on that Atlanta Dog. Too much BS. The traditional footlong Chicago Dog is the best still and forever.

    13. Bill Brandt Says:

      Just read that MN is known for their “deep fried cheese curds”.

      Is WI going to take this challenge sitting down? ;-)

    14. Dan from Madison Says:

      Uh there is no way that any place on this earth beats Wisco for deep fried cheese curds. Or cream puffs.

    15. PenGun Says:

      Amazing. Your food groups are all poison. It does explain the incredible pictures of American crowds we marvel over in the rest of the world.

    16. Sgt. Mom Says:

      PenGun, met humor American-Style. Humor American-Style, meet PenGun. He’s a stranger to you, so be gentle. Or ignore him.

    17. Jonathan Says:

      Two words: funnel cakes.

    18. Jonathan Says:

      Wisconsin state fair’s
      Got the best eats anywhere
      My next heart attack

    19. Bill Brandt Says:

      Jonathan – do they have deep-fried Three Musketeers?

      Wolfgang Puck – eat your heart out ;-)

      Actually at our California State Fair they actually have some pretty good stuff – like deep fried (seems to be a central theme with state fairs) – anyway – deep fried artichoke hearts and zucchini.

      I don’t think they are up to WI or MN standards though ;-)

    20. PenGun Says:

      Oh I know it’s humor. The American style crowd pics are very funny, but a bit scary.