My husband and I have always talked about all of the unusual deep fried foods that cooks come up with. We've all heard about Deep Fried Twinkies and Oreos. A year or so ago, someone at the Indiana State Fair figured out how to deep fry Pepsi. It was at that point that my husband asked, "Why can't they deep fry beer?"
Well, a chef in Texas has now accomplished that. According to an article on the Field & Stream web site, the beer is placed inside of a ravioli type dough and quickly deep fried. The Texas Alcohol Commission has ruled that you must be 21 years of age to consume the product.
My husband is happy, but why do I have a feeling I will come home one day to find him in the kitchen trying to deep fry beer?