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Two State Fairs & One Fare Miracle

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State Fair Food SignsThis year, I managed to hit two different state fairs in less than a week. I ate:

  • kettle corn
  • funnel cake
  • jambalaya
  • gyros
  • fish tacos
  • seafood chowder
  • roasted sweet corn
  • a pretzel dog
  • a pickle dog
  • a quart of French fries
  • a quart of chocolate chip cookies
  • mashed potatoes on a stick
  • hot-dish on a stick
  • fried cheese curds
  • fried pickles

…all without a single emergency restroom visit. (Don’t try this at home).

Next year, I’m saving up for a portable defibrillator.

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