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At the Minnesota State Fair, new foods sell. Not really. But there are some gems worth adding to your list, some maybes, and some worth avoiding. Deep, dark, chocolate with decadent caramel swirls and the crunchy bonuses?

Home run. A huge portion that is easily a full meal for a fair worker or frequent flier. Great adobo pulled pork, beautiful charred salsa adds a smoky flavor, and the sauteed spinach is perfection. Perfect, fun, sharable fair food. This is that. Only negative is the corn tortilla was falling apart, but such is life with corn tortillas.

Why not? Cheese monkey bread is better. But dumping a ladle of French Onion soup over it seems weird. And it is. And messy. But strangely tasty. The avocado spread is nice and so is the bun.

Let me know if you like it. There are jalapenos and a spicy mayo as well. This thing melted so quickly I got ice cream on the lens of my iPhone camera. Only available through August The best part was the chocolate red wine ganache. I even liked topping it with kale.

But the quinoa was messy and too much, and the honey mustard drizzle overwhelmed the rest of the dog. I did like the flavor of the corn breading, although it was quite greasy. The biggest news at the fair this year is the explosion of beer options. Remember when it was novel to have craft beer?

It starts sangria—not sweet—but deep fruit and red wine notes, and finishes with a malty ale flavor. The frozen sangria on top is fun. But I liked it. Paul made this copper-colored ale and infused it with vanilla notes. This is just a nice beer. Smooth, silky, jammy, delightful. Sign in. Log into your account. Privacy and Cookies Policy. Sign up. Password recovery. Forgot your password? Get help. Create an account. Minnesota Monthly. Embrace All Things Pumpkin.

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– America’s 50 Most Outrageously Insane State Fair Foods

 
As state fairs reveal their food lineups for , the highlights include deep-fried Starbucks, bacon explosions and mac-and-cheese cupcakes. Bacon-wrapped foods are in no short supply at the Oklahoma State Fair. Though corn dogs might seem like typical fair food, wrapping them in bacon takes things to the next level. . State Fair foods to skip: Candied Bacon Donut Sliders, Minnesota Wine Country, $9 The glazed donut hole was dry and tasted more like a bun than a donut and the bacon was extremely .

 

Worst state fair foods

 
Take for example the deep-fried stick of butter offered at the State Fair of Texas, or the deep-fried Kool-Aid at the San Diego County Fair. Even a hamburger topped with deep-fried ice cream. . Chocolate-dipped bacon often called a Muddy Pig, is a fair favorite. California State Fair Chocolate-Dipped Bacon. Chocolate-Dipped Insects. If you’re brave, you can try the not-really . The fat kielbasas looked incredible, especially when their dripping fat provoked the fiery flames. But, this is the State Fair, where a mere kielbasa isn’t enough. It begs to be deep fried. Enter.

 
 

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