Friday, August 05, 2016

Keep Your Ick On a Stick Just Give Me Charlie's Sausage Infer What You Will

 The Wisconsin State Fair started yesterday and it's time to gear up by looking at some of my fav photos from the Ghost of State Fair past.


From Charlie's Under the Sky Glider


The whipped jewel in the pastry crown, State Fair Cream Puffs


Thought the Rot on the roof was funny but caught this better choice for a smooch hunk senario




Having own affair with massive turkey leg. Very Roman



Yes, please



Note: Crazy Grazin' Day is this Tuesday, August 9. I promise if you follow the link, the first two items will be disturbing.





27 comments:

  1. OH I would like a creme puff now!! HAha,like the way you describe it - so Roman:):)
    Many thanks for sharing your fun at the fair with Seasons! Have a great week!

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  2. The cream puffs and the goats in coats are stand outs for me, J.

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  3. The foods they serve at state fairs can be pretty scary - deep fried pecan pie was one that made me shudder last time!
    Thank you for sharing your pix at this week's photo linky party at image-in-ing:
    http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-little-dab-of-color.html

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  4. Your photos of state fair food look wonderful. That sausage looks terrific. I'll pass on the turkey leg.

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    1. I think you have to be really hungry to take the turkey leg challenge. It was a great sausage in a city that knows how to make them.

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  5. That deep fried pecan pie sounds a lot better than a PBR beersicle, Sue.

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  6. Yummy!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2016/08/xuchang-reunion-16.html

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    1. I'm kind of making myself hungry too, Likes.

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  7. When I was young, fairs only offered hot dogs, hamburgers, candy floss, and maybe ice cream cones. Very pedestrian. Nothing like these imaginary wonders you saw. Wow!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide

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    1. I missed the Grazin' Daze yesterday but still hope to catch something interesting this summer. Yeah, I make someone else eat the weird stuff and snap a photo, haha.

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  8. Oops, I meant "imaginative" — not imaginary!

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    1. I liked the idea of imaginary but not sure my imagination cud come up with deep fried gator or Frosted Flakes chicken on a stick.

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  9. I am on a diet... well I was on diet before seeing this post haha!

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    1. I'm supposedly on one too, Pixie.

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    1. I do enjoy the sites and fun food but not the crowds or parking so much.

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  11. Jeanna, looks like a lot of good eating; especially the sausage dog thingy and cream puff. I haven't been to the state fair in eons. Ours kick off early next month. Maybe, we'll go one evening. It would be a lot of fun to just walk around and take in all the sights, sounds, and smells. :D Happy #WW!

    Photo-editing with flowers and mountains

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    1. I was planing to go at the beginning of the week but life got in the way. I remember how much walking we did when these picks were taken. We even joked about renting scooters to get around this year. Go if you can, I'm still hoping to take in more fests of some kind before the season ends, Cathy. How Irish are you?

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  12. I would eat any of that heheh!looked like fun :-)

    Have a pufftastic day :-)

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    1. I'll even have a giant turkey leggastic week, Steve. You have a sausagriffic day!

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  13. That's a crazy menu. I ate alligator once, but all I can recall is how chewy it was. Love your fair photos. I keep missing our state fair because I think about it too late.

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    1. I thought it might be similar to frog legs. They have some of this stuff at the local ball park but State Fairs win the gold in crazy.

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  14. I miss events like this--there is just so much to see and do! I know you had a great time.

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  15. Those cream puffs sure look good, but messy to eat too!

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  16. Fun! Well done on your street photography. We used to live two blocks from the State Fair grounds, I hated it every year. I should have embraced it for street photography.

    Lisa @ Life Thru the Lens

    PS thanks for linking up

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  17. Thanks for your sweet bomment today on my blog. If you are looking for a scallop potato recipe. Ina Garten has one for potato and leeks and it is fantastic. It is super easy to make. Baisically leeks, sliced potatoes, cheese, butter and milk along with salt and better. You will love it!

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