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    The Hat has great onion rings. Great pastrami sandwiches too. ****ing love that place.

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    I've eaten at The Hat twice. Can't do that place. So much damn grease. I get sick if I eat too much grease.

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    watsons drugs in old orange has some excellent onion rings. top it off with a root beer float or old fashiond ice cream soda and im good

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    chris n pitt's have some good onion rings. big fat ones. breaded and all.
    Indeed they are good O-rings, but they are battered not breaded...
    If a ram is a sheep and a mule is an ass,why is a ram in the ass a goose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry1515 View Post
    Indeed they are good O-rings, but they are battered not breaded...
    my bad!

    I had that in mind but my keyboard thought otherwise.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    Never a big fan of onion rings. Onions=good, fried=good, breading/batter=good, prepared as rings=bad. I like the blooming rose type preparation.
    Reason:
    I always end up trying to take a bite of the ring and end up pulling out the onion from the breading/batter or the batter just falls apart leaving you with separated breading and onion on your plate.

    The ones from Stone World Bistro were like this, Nice big pieces so hard to stuff all in your mouth. Cutting them the batter broke apart from the onion too easily and was a hassle to eat.

    I only eat rings if someone else orders them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisch View Post
    Never a big fan of onion rings. Onions=good, fried=good, breading/batter=good, prepared as rings=bad. I like the blooming rose type preparation.
    Reason:
    I always end up trying to take a bite of the ring and end up pulling out the onion from the breading/batter or the batter just falls apart leaving you with separated breading and onion on your plate.

    The ones from Stone World Bistro were like this, Nice big pieces so hard to stuff all in your mouth. Cutting them the batter broke apart from the onion too easily and was a hassle to eat.

    I only eat rings if someone else orders them.

    That's the exact gripe I have with most onion rings. However when I tried the rings at King's Burger in Northridge they were very f-ing good. Crisp, fresh, not too much batter or breading, plus they give you a side of ranch dressing to dip them in.

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    I call the Chris and Pits onion rings, Onion Doughnuts!
    If a ram is a sheep and a mule is an ass,why is a ram in the ass a goose?

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    jim's on telegraph in pico rivera. get a pastrami sandwich while you're at it. their chili colorado burrito is pretty good too. big as your head.
    I will ****ing hip check the **** out of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4/10/82 View Post
    jim's on telegraph in pico rivera. get a pastrami sandwich while you're at it. their chili colorado burrito is pretty good too. big as your head.

    Jim's is good stuff!

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