That is the newest 'deep fried' item to make it's grand entrance to the Texas State Fair this year.
Last year was the fried butter-which is now resting comfortably on Oprah's thighs...
There is also fried Coke-which is basically fried shit stuck together, with some Coke in the batter, then they give you Coke for dipping sauce. Sounds gag-alicious.
Check out these other Michelin Star delicacies...
Typically DH and I go to my weigh-in Saturday morning, then hit Sam's club for cases of bottled water (yes we recycle), and Milkbones (not for me but very low in fat I understand). Then maybe off to the Farmer's Market for his fruit for the week and my veggies...
But the State Fair is in town, and I would really like to go, for the non-fried entertainment, of course. I thought about this and realized I really don't want to be around all that crap, and not just the fried shit listed above, but that food centric environment.
This leads me to my question-where can you possibly go for entertainment, that does not have eating as a large part of the enjoyment?
For example we loved to go to the movies, and never ate the popcorn or candy, but now that I am going without, I don't want to be around that stuff just yet.
I know my limits and smelling that stuff would initiate my inner dog and I'd go all Pavlovian, like I've posted about before, drooling on the teenie boppers making out in front of me.
So other than an empty, wide open grass field, which is ok for a group of people or fornicating adults, where else is there to go on the weekend for enjoyment that isn't a food-focused atmosphere?
Food seems to follow me, so I need to distance myself from it and learn how to have fun without involving food. Ok, that sounded bad, but you know what I mean, if you get your mind out of the gutter.
Food-free fun ideas for hubby and me to get out of the house? Do Tell!!!