Frozen Chocolate Covered Banana
First thing on my list. Last thing we eat before heading home.
Tried these last year. Haven't stopped thinking about them yet. Peach Glazed Pig Cheeks aren't bad either!
Hot, bits of delicious fried dough. Chased down with some 1919 root beer.
not from the ultra-busy "yellow" stand though. When these are fresh and hot, ooh, yummy!
THE BEST EVER OF THE FAIR by Joseph Reynolds
Category:Attractions & Exhibits
This was the best attraction the State Fair ever had. I really miss all those great farm equipment displays. The Tractors, the Combines, The Mowers, and the Corn Pickers. That was awesome.
The Old Race Track
Probably the greast single attraction the Fair ever had were the Auto races. They drew more people then any other single attraction. The Grandstand was sold out every afternoon. I don't why the fair ever got rid of such a money maker.
The Old Mill
The Old Mill is another lone time attraction that I've loved since I was a little kid. I still go on it every year and I am a senior ctizen.
The Live Stock Barns
I love the Farm animals, I grew up on a farm, so I will always be partial to farm excibits. especially the animals.
My food choices by Jordan Hanson
Chocolate covered Bacon
Salty bacon covered in milk chocolate topped with some sea salt... very interesting blend of chocolaty sweetness and saltiness.
Bayou Bob's... Gotta get the nuggets, sauteed gator. the gator on a stick is gator and pork sausage... not as good
From the Original Cheese Curds... Anywhere else is like eating kraft singles... this includes any curds over the border in Wisco.
Last year I had the pigs cheek from Famous Daves, this year its Chocolate covered jalapenos!! There is also a pretzel dog I am interested in...and anything unique and out of the ordinary
400 miles for a curd! by Jon White
Mouth Trap Cheese Curds
My family of six travels 400 miles from KC each year to get our hands on these cheese curds. Nothing satisfies my soul like seeing all my kids devour the one thing I crave all year.
Tiny Tim Donuts
Or are they Tom Thumb? I don't know or care, as long as they're hot and I get a boat load of them.
I tried some last year for the first time, right next to the place that makes crepes. Insanely, far and away, the best gyro I've had in my life.
My wife and I crave these all year long: Sweet martha's cookies, deep fried pickles, roasted corn, honey ice cream, fried green tomatoes. Dang it, how am I supposed to make it another month before I get there!?!?!?!?!?!