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Old 08-15-2002, 11:23 PM
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mmmmmm.......... funnel cake

Don't forget those corn dogs! Actually, I'm not a fan of those, but they do remind me of fairs.
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http://www.newhamburg.ca/annualevents.html
and scroll to the bottom. See you there!
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and the crowd-pleasing Demolition Derby!
Trust me, that statement is no exaggeration.

No funnell cakes though. What the heck is a funnell cake?
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In taste, it's not dissimilar to a New Orleans Beignet (sp? pronounced ben-yay). IN form it's sort of a spiderweb of fried dough.
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The tractor pull is great too.
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i'm going on the tiltawhirl! and the spider!!! i love that!

mommy, why does that cow have two udders???
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"And you know that tilt-a-whirl down on the south beach drag
I got on it last night and my shirt got caught
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In taste, it's not dissimilar to a New Orleans Beignet (sp? pronounced ben-yay). IN form it's sort of a spiderweb of fried dough.
Skip the funnel cake and go straight to the fried dough boy. Liberally sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.

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Corn dogs! (Disneyland has pretty good ones too)
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Roasted corn-on-the-cob in the husk! Man, I miss that. Mostly because I don't go to fairs much anymore.
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