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Kebo's Cholesterol filled top 4 by Keith Boser
Deep Fried Cheese Curds
Salty, crispy, and quite possibly the world's most perfect food!
The color, the smell, and the taste. Thank heavens for the person who decided to make it a foot long!! For 2 weeks "corn dogs" should be outlawed. :)
Pork Chop on a Stick
I've been buying this seasoning for years. Simply the best!
Bacon on a stick
So is it bad that I have 2-3 of these during day one at the fair?
Awesomeness by Katy
Deep fried pickles
A life changing experience.
Need I say more?
Leinie Lodge band shell
Kick back in an adirondack chair to do the annual people watch.
Katie's Top 4 Best Foods at the State Fair by Katie Stiles
Deep Fried Pickles
Definitely the BEST FOOD OF ALL TIME!!! Got to have it!!
Mouse Cheese Curds
The stand in the food building....by far the best cheese curds :D
They actually make the pretzels right in front of you!! AMAZINGLY GOOD!!! they are between the poultry/sheep barn and the horse barn.
A classic state fair food, but still the best!! can't go wrong!! :D
The Top 4 Food Stalls You MUST Try by Katie Schmalz
Salem Lutheran Church Dining Hall
The first place that you need to visit is the Salem Lutheran Church dining hall. It has been around for years. Its a great sit down dining location and is one of the few stands to actually offer breakfast. I personally love the Meatball Sundae, a giant meatball on top of mashed potatoes. There is also their special Swedish egg coffee to try.
All You Can Drink Milk Stall
For $1, you can refill your cup of nice cold refeshing milk throughout your entire day at the fair. Chocolate milk is even available! The milk is great with your Sweet Martha Cookies! ;)
Sweet Marthas Cookies
The best cookies in the fair! You must try them. The line may be long but it goes very quickly since there are so many cookie makers. Pair it with your all you can drink milk!
North side of Judson near corner of Judson and Clough. It has yummy sliced potatoes, battered and deep fried then topped with cheese or ranch sauce. It even comes with a little souvenir flag of Australia. You wouldn't expect getting that in Minnesota.