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http://www.startribune.com/stories/611/5578713.html


    Get your stomachs ready. Here are the new foods at the Minnesota State Fair. (Rick Nelson will review them in Monday's Variety section).

    Battered, deep-fried Bananas Foster bites on a stick. Axel's (Crossroads Building)

    Cheeseburger calzone on a stick. Green Mill (Teen Fair at Baldwin Park)

    Chai frozen mocha on a stick. Minnesota Farmers Union Coffee Shop (Dan Patch Avenue at Cosgrove Street)

    Spaghetti and meatballs on a stick. Oodles of Noodles (Food Building)

    Thai-flavored sausage on a stick. Sausage Sister and Me (Food Building)

    Frozen grapes on a stick. Veggie Pie (Food Building)

    Baked potato topped with smoked pork and barbecue sauces. BBQ Baked Potato (Cooper Street at Dan Patch Avenue)

    Foot-long walleye sandwich. Giggles' Campfire Grill (Lee Avenue at Cooper Street)

    Foot-long garlic cheese bread. Italian Junction (Dan Patch Avenue at Nelson Street)

    10-inch battered and deep-fried hot dog. Pronto Pup (Wright Avenue and Underwood Street)

    Cheeseburger wontons. Leeann Chin (Food Building)

    Deep-fried green pepper rings. Big Pepper (Liggett Street at Judson Avenue)

    Mini-cinnamon rolls with soft-serve ice cream. Cinnie Smiths (Murphy Avenue at Cooper Street)

    Chocolate-covered sunflower seeds. German Roasted Nuts (Cosgrove Street at Dan Patch Avenue)

    Chocolate-covered potato chips. Ultimate Confections (Grandstand)

    Sorbets served in hollowed-out fruit. Key Lime Pie Bar (Cooper Street at the Skyride)

    Gelato. Pizza Palace (Carnes Avenue at Nelson Street)

    Grilled chocolate sandwiches. Famous Moe & Joe's Espresso Bar (Judson Street at Clough Street)

    Southwestern Caesar Salad, Grilled Chicken-Caesar Salad Burrito and Grilled Steak Fajita Burrito. Tejas Express (inside The Garden at Dan Patch Avenue and Underwood Street)




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A lot of stuff on a stick there.

How do you get spaghetti and meatballs to stay on the stick, though?

And who eats a foot-long walleye sandwich anyway?





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These reasons are why I must never go to a fair again. An explosion would no doubt occur. On a stick even.



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My roommate leaves tomorrow for the Minnesota State Fair, and he is PSYCHED about the Deep Fried Oreos and Twinkies. Me? I tried them last year, and thought they were horrid, but to each their own, I guess.



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    Originally posted by pieman
    How do you get spaghetti and meatballs to stay on the stick, though?
http://wcco.com/jasonblog
    Originally posted by WCCO-TV's Jason DeRusha
    Spaghetti and Meatballs on a stick at Oodles of Noodles: This is in the food pavillion. It's OK. I expected a giant thing of noodles... but the noodles are inside the meatball. The meatball is breaded... and dipped in marinara sauce. The breading was a little soggy because of the dipping, I didn't really like that. But the meatball was tasty. Just don't look at it. It's weird to see noodles inside-- they look like worms!




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    Originally posted by CRZ
    (Originally posted by WCCO-TV's Jason DeRusha)... but the noodles are inside the meatball.


I was thinking "the spaghetti is in your mind".



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Yabbadabbawhat? Is this related to the "Dear CRZ" thread? And I've studied anatomy, and I can't recall any body part called the "hot", unless you're using "hot" as an adjective to describe--- I digress.
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