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Favorite MN State Fair Food!!!

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As we are about a week away....What food makes your trip to the fair complete?

Me....

A fresh blueberry milkshake from the dairy barn

A pronto pup w/mustard

a beer from the Leinie Lodge and a hot dog

French fries

Let the eating begin!!!!

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A bucket of Sweet Martha's cookies and a milk truck grin

See me OD on opening day dance.gif

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mini donuts,cheese curds and pork chop on a stick.

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I almost forgot...something from the Schumacher's booth. Since the place in New Prague closed....need a fix!

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Mini-Donuts

Gyros

Beer

Fried Green Tomatoes

Sweet Marthas Cookies

All-you-can-drink Milk

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Do they still have the alligator place? I haven't been in several years but I used to love getting the deep fried alligator with hush puppies.

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I think so, but it's a little chewy

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gyros, smoked turkey leg, italian suasage sandwich, cheese curds and the scenery! laughlaugh

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Cheese Curds

Sweet Martha's cookies

Aussie Fries smoothered in cheese

Roasted Corn

Pork Chop on a Stick

Deep fried oreos

Bull Bites

Beer

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Pickle Dog

Deep Fried Lobster

Sweet Marthas Cookies

Bacon on a stick

Pronto Pup

Smoked Turkey Leg

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Fresh French Fries smothered in salt and vinegar

Cheese Curds

Grilled Sweet Corn

On the way out, Oh Sweet Martha (followed by an agonizing ride home doubled over)

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in this order:

cheese curds

cheese curds

a bucket of chocolate chip cookies w/ several glasses of milk

more cheese curds

1/2 bottle of pepto

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Do they still have the alligator place? I haven't been in several years but I used to love getting the deep fried alligator with hush puppies.

If you're in the mood for some alligator burgers, we just started serving them at my bar. Email me at jeff lynch 55 at yahoo dot com if you wanna stop by sometime. If I'm working, I'll definitely work out some special booze pricing for fmers. Sorry, only 3.2, we don't have our liquor license yet. frown

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Fried catfish from that Lousiana joint in the food building

French Fries in the yellow cup

Corn dog

Foot long hot dog

Ice cold milk

Pineapple shake from the dairy building.

Root beer float

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ProntoPup

Sweet Martha's Cookie

Fresh Corn on the cob, dipped in the butter vat!!!!

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I'm also a sucker for a bucket of sweet marthas and the all you can drink milk booth. Not the greatest cookies but a great treat on a nice fair day.

I always get a milkshake from that church booth by the technology building. Seems to settle everything down!

Seems like we always get the loaded baked potatoes or the australian potatoes both are super yummy!

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Deep Fried Snickers...very good

Cheese curds from the food building

Fudge Puppy

1919 Rootbeer

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Cheese curds from the food building

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food building curds

prontopups

frenchfries

corn on the cob

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To me the cheese curds in the food building are overrated, definitely check out the stand on the far north end of the fair. Awesome cheese curds and cheese sticks, if I remember right it's a red place right on the corner

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