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    I've always thought Island Burgers had good onion rings. They were one of the few places where they even tasted good the next day out of the fridge.

    Mmmmm...I sure could go for some onion rings now. I has teh munchies.

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    I think the best I've had was at a bar called Ricks in Aliso Beach up in S.L.O. county. Thick cut, not oily, sweet onions, and just perfect.

    Otherwise we just make beer battered rings at home. So easy and they always come out great. I like to fry in batches and move 'em to a wire rack over a cookie sheet in a warm toaster oven to wait til serving time. They'll drip a little extra oil in there and get crispier. With some smoky baby-back ribs and a few cold beers there may be nothing better in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTo VoN BLoTTo View Post
    I think the best I've had was at a bar called Ricks in Aliso Beach up in S.L.O. county. Thick cut, not oily, sweet onions, and just perfect.

    Otherwise we just make beer battered rings at home. So easy and they always come out great. I like to fry in batches and move 'em to a wire rack over a cookie sheet in a warm toaster oven to wait til serving time. They'll drip a little extra oil in there and get crispier. With some smoky baby-back ribs and a few cold beers there may be nothing better in the world.
    Well? Recipe??

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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.
    It's like you took the words right out of my mouth. The ring falling apart after one bite is THE only reason I never order them.

    That bloomin' onion thing though, mmmmmmmmmm!

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    will second the vouch for wahoos sweet Onion Rings. Pretty solid.

    I ate at Toast the other night in West Hollywood on 3rd just North of Fairfax and the onion rings were insane. but so was everything else I ate there.

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    Haven't had them in a while, but the rings at Twoheys ruled. Gotta have em dipped in Blue Cheese dressing. Yum.

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    beer battered onion rings from Wolfe Burger in Pasadena
    Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Jones View Post
    Haven't had them in a while, but the rings at Twoheys ruled. Gotta have em dipped in Blue Cheese dressing. Yum.

    I personally try to refrain from eating mold

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    Best breaded rings I've ever had were at Astro Burger in Hollywood on Santa Monica. The breading is crispy, not soggy, and the rings are cooked well enough to not have that "pull the onion out of the breading" experience when you bite into it. Nothing worse than biting into an onion ring and finding it's just raw onion encased in concrete.

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