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America's weird wild & wacky fair foods
America is very unique in the aspect that it has some of the most unusual state fair foods as any country does on this big planet. All throughout the summertime there are classic American state fairs all over this big country. One of the best parts of the fair are all of the different types of wacky, and wild fried summer foods. America's wacky fair foods have replaced the old usual fair food which included cotton candy, corn dogs and candy apples that once ruled the midway at the local state fairs. Now a days state fair visitors want exotic food that's fried and on a stick, and tasting state fair foods is certainly among fun things to do when your bored.
I've compiled in this hub Thirty one of some of the strangest foods that you'll ever see in your lifetime. There are weird regional foods from state fairs from every corner of this country. Starting off right here at the West Virginia state fair with our very own chilli soup. There's fried jelly beans from Massachusetts. Chocolate covered bacon on a stick from Ohio. Reindeer sausage from the snow covered state of Alaska. There's fried Pepsi from South Carolina, and to meet the challenge fried Coca-cola from Texas. Deep fried egg on a stick from Arkansas. Both Indiana and Iowa have a hot beef sundae. North Carolina has a Kool-aid pickle. Minnesota has key lime pie on a stick. Arizona has delicious meal worm covered caramel apples. In California there's the Krispy cream chicken sandwich. The Minnesota state fair has Spaghetti and meatball on a stick. There's fried frog legs, fried avocado bites, and deep fried Whitecastle Hamburgers at the California state fair. In Oklahoma they have fried mashed potatoes on a stick. At the Maryland state fair you'll find red velvet funnel cake. There's an Octo-dog at the Iowa state fair, and in Florida they have cheeseburger fried ice cream. They have pickle pops in Kansas, and fried butter balls in Montana. Indiana has deep fried Twinkies, and there's chicken fried bacon at both of the Texas and Hawaii state fairs. There's alligator on a stick in Illinois, and Python Kabobs in California. There's pizza cones in Indiana, and chocolate covered scorpions at the California state fair. Finally Texas of coarse has to have the biggest surprise of them all when it comes to wild and wacky state fair foods with their very own refreshing fried beer.
Some of these state fair foods sound very delicious, and look very tasty. While others sound rather disgusting, and look down right scary. Other than being the potential for heart attack city, all of these fancy state fair foods can certainly add some growth to your spare tire region in your mid section. Don't forget there is one thing that remains true and constant about all thirty one of these weird, wild and wacky state fair foods, and that is after you finish eating them you'll have to loosen up your belt some. Because all of these state fair foods are very very fattening!!