08 October 2009

Fried Pickles Anyone?

Today was a run around doctor day. I had to have my ears check since I felt like I had vertigo again or something. Turns out seasonal allergies make your ears go hay wire! I swore that if I had a doctor say again, well, you are at that age now I'd scream!! What is it? A woman hits a certain age and doctors think they can use that as an excuse or what?! Anyway.....then my daughter and I had to venture back to the hospital for her weekly visits to make sure her blood is neither too thin or too thick. Since it was nearing lunch time and neither one of us had any breakfast I suggested going to Ge Ge's. The whole time she was in the hospital I thought that if I had a good break I would try the food there. Never made it till today. All I have to say is YUMMY!!!
Here's Lori with her to go box.

I had the Shrimp Po Boy sandwich and Lori had the chicken salad croissant sandwich. Both were very good.

Oh, and my absolute fav! Why fried pickles! They had it with a ranch jalapeno sauce, oh so good.
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Now I know the south is famous for a lot of fried foods. Fried chicken, fried squash, fried okra, but fried pickles? Believe me once you taste it, you'll love it! Now if I can just find the recipe.....


Linda said...

I've heard they have fried Snicker Bars too-in the South.

comfrey cottages said...

lol! i saw fried green beans on a menu here last week! that certain age.... i am THAT certain age too!lol hope your daughters levels were within normal ranges:) big herbal and honey hugs to you ulrike:)

Elizabethd said...

Fried pickles? Interesting. Definitely not part of French cuisine!

Madelief said...

Hi Ulrike,

Your daughter looks very happy on the picture. Has she fully recovered? I hope your hearing will soon be normal again.

The food sounds/looks good. Fried pickles? Most of the time when I read about food or see food, I know how it tastes, but with fried pickles I just don't know!!! Never tasted it before.

Enjoy your weekend! Love, Madelief

Lebenszeit said...

I also like to see a pureed soup made of cucumbers
with quite a lot of dill and cream.
Also very tasty.
From Germany

Mary said...

Oh no, fried anything I try to stay away from - except at the coast when I must have fried shrimp and scallops because I know they are fresh caught, and love them!

How lovely to see Lori smiling and enjoying her time with you again - I'm so glad she is well now but being followed by her doctors. I love to see mother/daughter outings - unfortunately I don't get to do that with mine very often!

Porch Days said...

I love fried pickles! Ate them in South Georgia but can't find them in Virginia.

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