Hungry? Oklahoma State Fair releases its food list for 2021 event

Oklahoma State Fair

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – In just a matter of weeks, visitors from across the state will head to the Oklahoma State Fair to enjoy all the festivities that celebrate the end of summer in the Sooner State.

The Oklahoma State Fair will be held at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City from Sept. 16 through Sept. 26.

While most people love the vendors, games and attractions, food always seems to be the star of the show

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Step right up: Chesterfield County Fair returns with rides, funnel cake and fun

CHESTERFIELD, VA. (WRIC) — The Chesterfield County Fair is back in full swing after it was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Attendees can enjoy fair classics such as funnel cakes, fried oreos and plenty of rides, along with new attractions like a featured chainsaw artist. There will also be live music every night and a beer garden.

“It’s like Christmas morning here. All the work comes to fruition,” said General Manager Brenda White.

White said because many organizers and vendors only see each other once a year, last year’s cancelation was disappointing.

“It was like not seeing your family

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These Photos Make The Case For Bringing Back Funnel Cakes (and Other Fair Foods) In 2021

The year 2020 robbed us of the annual opportunity to gather in mass to ride all the rides, play all the games, and enjoy an array of glazed, fried, jumbo size portions of food at the local fair. But with more of the population getting vaccinated against COVID-19, fall of 2021 is looking promising for those who love to attend the fairground and the vendors who cook up all the tasty options.

These photos remind us of foods you rarely consume outside of a carnival or fair atmosphere, and perhaps excite some folks at the chance to return.

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The Best Foods to Eat at the New York State Fair

Living in New York City, state fairs and their peculiar combination of agriculture, junk food, and educational features are probably not on everyone’s mind. But believe it or not, New York’s was first in the nation, founded in 1841, establishing a model for all state fairs that followed. Ours is scarcely more than four hours away by car, and also easily reachable by train or bus, and features not only food and educational exhibits, but concerts on two stages (with free shows by Nelly, Third Eye Blind, Melissa Etheridge, and Sheena Easton in the coming days), carnival rides, unexpected exhibits

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WAFER drive-thru food fair helps families in need

Wafer officials had no pre-registration required and no proof of income needed for people to get groceries

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – During tough times, families may have trouble finding healthy food, one local group is doing their part to help. Wafer Food pantry held a drive-thru food fair Saturday.

Everyone who showed up today was able to get groceries. There was no pre-registration required and no proof of income needed for those who wanted food.

With many people in our

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