Chicken fried steak with cream gravy served with (and this is the clincher) Texas Toast—that beautifully buttered pan-toasted thick slice of white bread that's ready to soak up any dribbles of gravy. Add some mashed potatoes, stewed green beans, sweet ice tea and peach cobbler and you're set!
Second runner up: Frito pie—Tear open a small bag of fritos, add a large scoop of chili, toss in some chopped onion and shredded cheese. Frito pie is a great southern snack I miss from childhood.
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Why do you relate "gay" with being effeminate? Your headline should read "Does Cooking Make Men Feminine?" That's the real subject here. The Easy Bake versus Weber grill analogy is really feminine versus masculine—which begs the fundamental question of what is wrong with being feminine? Historically, we as society treat women as inferior to men. Sexism. It exists in the kitchen because it exists in society. Even with all the celebrity female chefs (who are oftentimes exploited for their "sex appeal") there exists a "stainless steel" ceiling for women in the restaurant world. That would be a more apropos topic.
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