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Our 10 favorite fair foods of all time

Corn Dogs: A classic fair food, the corn dog is a hot dog coated in a thick layer of cornmeal batter and deep-fried to perfection. It's portable, easy to eat while walking around, and deliciously satisfying.

Funnel Cakes: Made by pouring batter through a funnel into hot oil and frying it until it's golden brown, these are often dusted with powdered sugar. Funnel cakes are known for their delicate, web-like appearance and sweet, crispy taste.

Fried Oreos: This treat takes the beloved Oreo cookie, dips it in batter, and deep-fries it, resulting in a warm, gooey center with a crispy exterior. It's a modern classic that has quickly become a fair food staple.

Cotton Candy: A fair isn't complete without cotton candy, a spun sugar confection that melts in your mouth. Its fluffy, cloud-like texture and sweet taste make it a favorite among fairgoers of all ages.

Caramel Apples: Apples on a stick dipped in hot caramel and allowed to cool form a hard shell around the fruit.

Blooming Onion: A large onion is cut to resemble a flower, battered, and deep-fried. Served with a dipping sauce, it's a savory, shareable treat that's become popular at fairs and restaurants alike.

Elephant Ears: Large, flat pieces of fried dough coated in butter, sugar, and cinnamon, resembling the shape of an elephant's ear.

Deep-Fried Butter: As outrageous as it sounds, deep-fried butter is a testament to the no-holds-barred approach of fair food. Butter is frozen, coated in batter, and fried, resulting in a surprisingly creamy and rich treat.

Turkey Legs: Smoked or grilled turkey legs are a protein-packed fair food favorite. They're known for being tender, flavorful, and satisfyingly large, making them perfect for a hearty appetite.

Fried Ice Cream: A scoop of ice cream is quickly deep-fried, creating a warm, crispy outer shell with a still-cold ice cream center.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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