EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH THE WISCONSIN STATE FAIR

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CottonCandyMILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – In the past two years, I’ve been to the Ohio State Fair, the Wisconsin State Fair, and the Minnesota State Fair, so although I don’t consider myself a state fair expert per se, I do consider myself educated in the ways of strategically eating your way through a state fair. While this is by no means the greatest state fair in America (see: Minnesota State Fair), there are two reasons why you need to visit it: fried jalapeño cheese curds and garbage cans that are painted like cows.

The Wisconsin State Fair is a manageable size with just enough to eat. Here’s your menu:

  • Hot Buttered Roasted Corn (don’t underestimate a good corn on the cob)
  • Jalapeño Cheddar Cheese Curds (fried deliciousness)
  • A Cream Puff (Long lines. I just like to lick the cream.)
  • Saz’s Sampler Platter (If you missed Summerfest, now’s your chance to get one.)
  • Ice Cream Sundae (they’re like $2.)
  • $1 Grilled Cheese (Get more than one.)
  • $1 milk (Hope you’re not lactose intolerant.)

Don’t forget to visit the rides:

And the animal barns:

And DO NOT MISS THE FAMOUS RACING PIGS. Just find Pork Chop Downs:

If you can’t find Pork Chop Downs, just take a seat on any bench and watch the people make laps around the state fair. (Sorry, Wisconsin. But the Minnesota State Fair really has nicer looking people.)

 

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