Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 3

Today’s Fair Food Feast Parade is dedicated to three friends who won’t be seeing it.  They have each told me that they are avoiding my pictures in an effort to stay true to their weight-loss efforts.  Don’t worry Debbie, Gretchen, and Shelley…it’s very likely that I am gaining the weight you are losing this week!  Stay strong, ladies!  And time to click away…


Teriyaki Chicken and Yakisoba Noodles from Patrick’s Hawaiian Cafe. Highly recommended, especially doused with Sriracha Sauce.



Today’s Hawaiian Shaved Ice with Lime and Banana flavoring. I love lime but I eventually decided I didn’t like the banana. It was just too…artificial. Yeah, yeah, I know.



Free sample of frozen lemonade. Never pass up a free sample!



Chocolate covered frozen banana. It was fine, but I still desperately miss the chocolate covered strawberry kabob place that used to be near the Grandstands. What’s it been…3 years now? Boo.



A strawberry-banana-orange smoothie from the new place where the strawberry kabob booth used to be. Despite drinking it like I was a pipe-smoker, it was OK. Icy more than creamy. I prefer creamy smoothies.  But if you prefer icy smoothies, I’d recommend it



A basic soft pretzel from the Nut House. It hit the “I need something salty” spot.



Pastrami sandwich from the Church Ladies Pie Booth (Community of Christ). At first I was concerned that it came with mayonnaise on it. Then I remembered…it’s FAIR! I can eat mayonnaise!  Very tasty sandwich — highly recommended.



The sandwich comes with potato chips. Another thing I don’t normally allow myself to eat, as you can tell by the guilty look on my face. Mmmm, potato chips.



Finishing the night with a shared Deluxe Elephant Ear from Boppin’ Bo’s Malt Shoppe next to the milkshake barn. It comes topped with strawberries, vanilla ice cream, and whipped cream. Good thing Debbie, Gretchen, and Shelley clicked away. This thing is a deliciously dangerous diet killer!

Toni Woodard

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.

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