Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Somehow my body knows the party is almost over.  Boo!  I can tell my appetite is slowing down and I’m not pleased.  I should have added an ear of corn or a corn dog or something on a stick today. Instead, this is all we’ve got.  So sad.

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Awesome find!! This is the Chicken Teriyaki Wrap from Sweet Al’s on the east side of the Horse Arena. SO GOOD! I was a little worried it was too healthy with lettuce and cranberries but it was so worth it. Mmmmm!

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Basic potato chips that won’t be allowed in my diet after tomorrow.

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Decided to try two new flavors: mango and strawberry. Both were pretty good and I enjoyed the blend. The strawberry flavor wasn’t as strong as I was expecting, which was a good thing.

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

This has become a favorite snack at this year’s Fair. The stand I keep getting them from is in the background. Just a basic ice cream bar dipped in chocolate but so refreshing!

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Yakisoba noodles from Patrick’s Hawaiian Cafe. I liked them enough earlier in the week, I decided to go back for Round 2.

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Strawberry lemonade from the Old Fashioned Lemonade stand next to the Grandstands entrance. Much more flavor than the stuff the vendors sell in the Grandstands themselves. Of course, those are delivered to your seat so there is that…

 

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

Ok, so this isn’t available for sale at the Fair but it is definitely Fair-related. This is a caramel apple scone baked fresh today by the person who won First Place in this year’s Scone Baking contest. Lauralea happens to be a friend of mine and she blew my mind when she came to the Fair today to let me sample one of her blue ribbons scones. The scone blew me away, too. We’re trying to convince her to start selling them. Fingers crossed.

Toni Woodard

I am a Clark County Fair Fanatic and eat all things fried during the glorious 10 days of The Fair. I have lived in Clark County since 2004 and consider it the second-best decision of my life. I am married to a great guy named Rob (first-best decision) who graciously carries my stuff and takes my picture every time I eat something at The Fair. We have two indoor cats and lots of deer, rabbits, and coyotes who are kind enough to stay outside.

Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 9

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