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Can't miss out on by Lynda Tysver

Category: Food

  1. Walleye Cakes
  2. Deep Fried Pickles
  3. Sweet Martha's Cookies
  4. Dairy Barn Chocolate Shake

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Carmen the fair-goers fab four by Carmen Shoberg

Category: Favorite Places

  1. Giant Slide
    You have to ride the giant slide no matter what your age. It's also a great place to rest on a bench in the shade as you watch sliders from all walks of life go down the big yellow slide. You can also enjoy some country music and a yo- yo show (Dazzeling Dave) if your there at the right time.
  2. State Fair Museum
    It's a great walk through exibit for new fair goers or veteran fair folks. It's fun to see how the grounds have changed and how the grandstand acts have come from horse racing to awesome outdoor concerts, come in and learn something new.
  3. Creative Arts building
    The heart of what the state fair is all about, canned goods, baked goods and handcrafted items from all over the state. We love to come through this building each year and look at what awesome things people can cook, back, can, sew, paint, carve, etc. Fun for all ages!
  4. Cosater's Beer Garden
    Best place to rest tired legs, grab a cold beer and watch the country kids meet the city kids as they walk into the melting pot we call the Mid Way. The best corner to people watch, get yourself an old tilt-a-whirl seat in the shade, and let life at the fair entertain you.

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Carmen's (been going my whole life) picks by Carmen Shoberg

Category: Favorite Places

  1. Giant Slide
    The giant slide is a great place to meet family and friends, (because everyone knows where it is) then all take a ride down the slide together - or just watch the kids go down.
  2. Barns
    Love to see the county kids/people and their livestock. Take the barn tours they are informational and fun and don't take too long.
  3. State Fair Museum
    Located in Heritage square, it's a little well kept peek into the Fair's history, learn something new, marvel at all the grandstand acts that have come through, get a load of the costumes and hair do's from the past......
  4. Beer Garden's in a tilt-a-whirl seat
    Go sit and relax with a beer or pop and watch the city meet the county - best place to people watch, you have your county folks coming from the barns and the city folks heading for the midway - have a seat be ready to be entertained by some GOOD people watching!

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Cathy's Chow at the Fair by Cathy D.

Category: Food

  1. Honey Ice Cream
    My gotta-have food every year! Soooo good on a hot day! My favorite is with sunflower seeds. In a cone or a dish, it's de-lish! At the Ag-Hort building on Judaon & Underwood. Follow the promenade walkway on the outside of the building along Judson & look for the Honey exhibit & counter.
  2. Wild Rice/Blueberry pancake breakfast
    I start my day at the Fair off right with a good breakfast at the Robbinsdale OES dining hall. REAL Minnesota wild rice or blueberry (the state berry) stack of 'cakes with all the sides. Made to order by friendly folks. Other breakfast selections, lunch & dinner too. Family style indoor seating. Located on Underwood mid-block between Dan Patch & Carnes Ave. Next to Crossroads Chapel & Fan Central.
  3. Mini-cinnamon rolls & Farmers coffee
    Cinnie Smith's little rolls are my special treat at the Fair. It's a good walk up to the Pet center area, but it sharpens my appetite. You can smell the yummy aroma a block away. Watch 'em being made & baked in front of your eyes, then enjoy! I can't eat just one. Goes great with a fresh-brewed fair trade coffee from the Farmers Union coffee bar. Then, I rest my feet on the benches & enjoy while listening to folk music. Cinnie Smith's is on Murphy & Underwood across from the Pet center. Farmers Union is on Dan Patch, between Cooper & Cosgrove, about 1.5 blks from the main entrance.
  4. fresh corn on the cob at Corn Roast
    What could be more 'summer' than fresh corn on the cob? It's worth waiting in line for a hot buttery ear. Sprinkle with salt & taste the sweetness. One of the best Fair foods ever! Look for the giant ear of corn sign on the corner of Dan Patch & Nelson, across from the Grandstand Plaza.

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