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Touringmike 08-11-2013 5:30pm

State Fair Food.
 
We enjoyed some good old Wi health food at the State Fair.

Krispy Kreme cheeseburger, Pot roast with cheddar cheese, and cheddar bacon fries;
Daughter and grand-daughter in this pic;
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...psd0ad1365.jpg

Also had some Beer-tons (Beer batter won-tons), Chimichurri Steak, Hawiian Sobe somethingorother Noodles with chicken, White (small) popcorn with butter, Onion straws (Haystack type), and Cream Puffs (about a 1/2 pint of cream each) .

http://www.wistatefair.com/wp/wp-con...cream-puff.jpg

A little known fact. The cream used at the Wi State Fair Bakery, where the puffs are made daily, is from Illinois. Wi milk production goes primarily to cheese production. In SE., Public schools (and private, as well as grocery stores)
also get their milk from Il.
:seasix:

jaxgator 08-12-2013 8:03am

Looks like a fun day at the fair with some good eats. :drool:

DAB 08-12-2013 10:13am

:faint:

that would about do me in.

Y2Kvert4me 08-13-2013 10:02pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Touringmike (Post 1016934)
In SE., Public schools (and private, as well as grocery stores)
also get their milk from Il.
:seasix:

Wow, I didn't know Golden Guernsey had closed up...I grew up practically across the street from them.

LilRedCorvette 08-14-2013 7:23pm

I want some of THIS!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Touringmike (Post 1016934)
...and Cream Puffs (about a 1/2 pint of cream each).

http://www.wistatefair.com/wp/wp-con...cream-puff.jpg

Quote:

Originally Posted by DAB (Post 1017313)
:faint:

that would about do me in.

:iagree: That cream puff looks amazing, but I can feel my arteries shudder just looking at it. :rofl:

bill_daniels 08-15-2013 2:30pm

Deep Fried Butter: available at the Texas State Fair

http://www.eatmedaily.com/wordpress/...ied-butter.jpg



Fry Whisperer: If you fry it, they will come.

blurdog 05-19-2014 7:02pm

Some of it is better than Fair. :beer:

Sea Six 05-21-2014 1:21am

Quote:

Originally Posted by blurdog (Post 1178745)
Some of it is better than Fair. :beer:

:funnier:

LilRedCorvette 06-06-2014 12:52pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Touringmike (Post 1016934)
http://www.wistatefair.com/wp/wp-con...cream-puff.jpg

A little known fact. The cream used at the Wi State Fair Bakery, where the puffs are made daily, is from Illinois. Wi milk production goes primarily to cheese production. In SE., Public schools (and private, as well as grocery stores)
also get their milk from Il.
:seasix:

The Wisconsin State Fair was mentioned in this recent article about Best State Fairs along with a pic of the same exact cream puff, as one of the suggested foods to try while there. :seasix:

Texas and New York were also mentioned in the article for having great state fairs. :cool: Been to the NY one many times, cool that it is the oldest...if you go, don't forget to drop by the Horticulture Building and grab a big baked potato. :yesnod: :yum:

Touringmike 06-29-2014 11:29am

Quote:

Originally Posted by LilRedCorvette (Post 1187211)
The Wisconsin State Fair was mentioned in this recent article about Best State Fairs along with a pic of the same exact cream puff, as one of the suggested foods to try while there. :seasix:

Texas and New York were also mentioned in the article for having great state fairs. :cool: Been to the NY one many times, cool that it is the oldest...if you go, don't forget to drop by the Horticulture Building and grab a big baked potato. :yesnod: :yum:

I lived North of Syracuse (alum) for 10 years.
Been to the NYS Fair many a times.
Wonder if it still smells like a urinal in that area?



(Chemical plant in Solvay, next to the Fair grounds)

LilRedCorvette 07-15-2014 11:04am

Quote:

Originally Posted by Touringmike (Post 1201726)
I lived North of Syracuse (alum) for 10 years.
Been to the NYS Fair many a times.
Wonder if it still smells like a urinal in that area?



(Chemical plant in Solvay, next to the Fair grounds)

If it did, not anymore...a lot of that type of industry (Allied Chemical & Solvay Process) left long ago (before my time). Lots of them responsible for polluting Onondaga Lake and therefore were shut down...

69camfrk 12-18-2014 2:14am

No cheese curds??????:confused5: Those things are where it's at!


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