Minnesota State Fair food plan

Our family will be visiting the Minnesota State Fair this week. Other families go for the rides, or the exhibits. I go for the food. A kind friend this week commented that I was passionate about food. Some might say obsessed. Last year’s visit found me not as prepared as I would have liked to be. Here is this year’s food plan. I’m not sure if it’s even possible to eat all these things in one day. But I’m going to try.

Old Favorites:

Food Building cheese curds
World’s Best french fries
roast corn
Sweet Martha’s chocolate chip cookies
Tom Thumb mini donuts
1919 root beer

Rick Nelson’s Best of 2005

- Frozen Mocha on a Stick (Minnesota Farmers Union Coffee Shop, Dan Patch Avenue at Cosgrove Street).
- Mini cinnamon rolls (Cinni Smiths, Murphy Avenue at Cooper Street).
- Sorbet in hollowed-out fruit (Key Lime Pie Bar, Cooper Street at the Skyride).
- Spiral Chips (Sonny’s Spiral Chips & Sandwiches, Food Building).
- Puff Daddy on a Stick (Sausage Sister & Me, Food Building).
- Smoked salmon wrap (Giggles’ Campfire Grill, Cooper Street at Lee Avenue).

Rick Nelson’s Best of 2006

- Boatload of Chicken Sticks and porcupine meatballs, Giggles’ Campfire Grill, Cooper St. at Lee Av.
- Chocolate-covered marshmallows, Ultimate Confections, Grandstand
- Breakfast, Blue Moon Dine-In Theater, Carnes Av. and Chambers St.
- Wild rice corn dogs, Minnesota Wild Rice, Food Building

And, for the husband:

- Red Bull Push-ups, Axel’s, Food Building, southeast corner

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