Fair Food Feast Parade ~ Day 2

Well, time to fess up.  My tummy was really unhappy with me last night.  Honestly the biggest rebellion my body has ever had to my Fair feasting.  I am blaming it on fried chicken with a deep fried cookie dough chaser.  I really should know better to ease into things on Day 1. As a result, I took it easy today on the Feast Parade.  Food just didn’t sound as intriguing as I wanted it to.  So I played it a bit safe so that I can be back in form tomorrow.

With that caveat, here’s today’s meager Parade:


My photographer was temporarily unavailable so this is a selfie of a pretty boring hot dog from inside the Big Air Conditioned Building. Boring was good.



Sprite. I drank this and water all day. Fun Fact: If you prefer fountain drinks over bottles, you can get them inside the Big Air Conditioned Building (ie. the Exhibit Hall). Just head to the back.



White cheddar popcorn from the Old Style Popcorn place near the Grandstand entrance. I decided I needed a little salt and this hit the spot. In normal life, the only popcorn I eat is air popped without any butter so this was still a treat.



Chocolate vanilla swirl from the Community of Christ booth. For a cone, I tend to prefer their soft serve over that served at the Milkshake barn. And the fact that I had this in a cone instead of a dish made a treat since I rarely eat cones.



Irish Sundae with the Works — meaning sour cream, cheese, butter, bacon, sausage, and chives. Remember, I’m easing back into things, right? Yeah, I only finished about 2/3 of it before deciding I was done for the day. Here’s to a better tomorrow!

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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