Monday, April 4, 2011

Best Fair Foods Of The Day

I love the state fair for two reasons:

1) Mullets

2) Food

It's hard to resist the corn dogs, funnel cakes and caramel apples (with nuts), even even when you know you'll end up sicker than Templeton the rat, ready to hork your guts out on the Tempest (see photo below), which is exactly what two drunk women did at the Griffin (GA) Fair one time when I was a kid. Every time the ride tilted our way, my sister and I had to lift our feet to avoid the boozy vomit cascading our way. Then the car would tilt the other way and off went the vomit, then back, then away, then back. That was fun.

Speaking of vomit, check out this nasty shit. I might try the bacon, but that's it. Okay, maybe the Krispy Kreme thing, but only one bite.

From LVGurl and

Hot Beef Sundae

(Iowa State Fair)

Touted as comfort food at its finest, the hot beef sundae is a generous helping of buttery mashed potatoes surrounded by slow-roasted roast beef and gravy, sprinkled with Cheddar cheese, and garnished with a cherry tomato. It may look like a sundae, but this baby is all Sunday dinner.

Pizza Cones

(Indiana State Fair)

This tidy, highly portable riff on the pizza slice consists of a cone-shaped pizza crust filled with cheese, pepperoni, sausage, and Red Gold® tomato sauce, all baked in an oven. And just like an ice cream cone, the cheesy treat comes wrapped in its own paper sleeve for on-the-go handheld ease.

Chicken Fried Bacon

(Texas State Fair)

This ode to bacon won the award for Best Taste at the 2008 Big Tex Choice Awards. Creator Glen Kusak had been a fair vendor for 12 years running, but 2008 marked his first year entering the annual State Fair of Texas food contest.

Krispy Kreme Chicken Sandwich

(California State Fair)

Who said Californians eat only healthy food? This artery-clogger features a fried chicken patty topped with Swiss cheese all tucked inside a sliced Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnut. To enhance the sweet-and-savory effect, the sandwich is served with a side of Smucker's honey sauce.

Fried Coca-Cola

(Texas State Fair)

Hold on to your hats, folks. Beverages have entered the deep-fried-delicacy ring. (We were scratching our heads, too.) Fried Coke is actually Coca-Cola-flavored batter that's been deep-fried and garnished with Coca-Cola syrup, whipped cream, and cinnamon-sugar. Abel Gonzales Jr. won Most Creative for this concoction at the 2006 State Fair of Texas.

Spaghetti and Meatball on a Stick

(Minnesota State Fair)

Ever the innovators of food on a stick, this year fair vendors will offer more than 60 varieties. Spaghetti and meatball on a stick begins with a mash-up of meatball mix and cooked spaghetti. The mixture is formed into balls, dipped in garlic batter, deep-fried, and finished with marinara sauce.

(See the rest at Delish)

Vid Of The Day: Fear The Beard

With apologies to Beetlejuice.

March Mugshot Roundup

They book 'em, we cook 'em.

Now repeat after me: "I will not ask women in the park for their panties."

Dope on a rope

k.d. aiken

Give it up, Balky, you're too old for emo.

Why is Flava Flav wrapped in bacon?

I'm pretty sure I roomed with this guy in college. He listened to Saxon 24/7 and masturbated every time I left the room.

No pictures, please, I'm resting.

Hey! Loved you in The Ring!

Is that Hank Azaria?

The UV rays bouncing off Gramps' shirt slowly rotted his ear until it had to be removed.

WTF is this, Solid Gold Jailhouse?


God no, not LOTD.


My eyes are down here.


How can one back hold so much fail?


No, no, MUG shot. Mug. With an M.


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