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These 'Spoon Fork Bacon' Beer Battered Fried Olives are Greasy

 - May 8, 2013
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Following in the footsteps of deep-fried butter, peanut butter and jelly and Kool-aid are these 'Spoon Fork Bacon' beer battered fried olives.

Society has an obsession with taking any and all food items -- the weirder the better -- dipping them in batter and frying them until their golden crispy. This occurs much to this dismay of arteries and family physicians. Deep-fried morsels are in no way healthy, but every once in a while, they are something that's craved with a passion.

For those who are not fond of olives, the Spoon Fork bacon beer battered fried olives can be substituted for cocktail onions, pickled asparagus or whatever veggies your heart desire. The current craze of deep-frying any and all food shows no signs of slowing down, and it's only a matter of time before a new item is battered up.