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Visiting the San Jacinto Monument is a treat. The grounds are great for strolling and the museum in the base of the monument is chock full of historical goodies. If only we could combine this experience with a tender CFS… The Monument Inn give us th…

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After seeing many of the best livestock Texas has to offer, we decided to partake in some if their kin, chicken fried style. Just outside the pig exhibit was a revelation: chicken fried bacon. It was salty, as you can imagine but surprisingly good. …

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A taste of fall. Fried pumpkin pie. A delicious and creamy and light filling of pumpkin pie mix, topped with whip cream and some powdered sugar (the official garnish of the Fair).Tater tot proclaimed it as his favorite of the Fair. Worth battling th…

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Indulging Mrs. CFT and tater tot’s love of sweets, we grabbed a basket of fried brownies. The perfect balls were chocolatey and gooey with a nice hint of almond. The balls were drizzles with caramel sauce and chocolate powder. The trend has been that…

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Working our way to the Texas Hall, and having not eaten in about half an hour, we stopped for water and… French fries. Smothered with chicken wing sauce, these things were addictive. Plus they came in a cone for easy and portable eating.A 3 napkin …

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Wandering through the Midway, just past the giant alligators, I found fried tamales. Skeptical but intrigued, I put my 7 tickets down and bit in. The balls were a bit dry on the outside but moist in the middle. The filling was a spicy riced tamale. …

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Blogging the Fair

On October 21, 2011 By

One word: bananarito. A genius combination of bananas wrapped in a fried flat cinnamon churro, topped with a drizzle of chocolate, whip cream and a cherry.

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Blogging the Fair

On October 21, 2011 By

We’re visiting the Mecca of fried foods: the Texas State Fair! First up: the iconic corny dog. Fletchers, of course, although the heavily publicized “foot long” corn dog was tempting.The corny dog was excellent – hit and slathered with mustard. Th…

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Homeward bound on our trip up and down Texas Highway 59, we came across a place we couldn’t help but stop at. Happy Junction perfect road food: right on the highway, home cooking, an assemblage of decorative (Texas) items and, most importantly, chick…

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