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Fried jelly beans tops new foods at Elkhart County Fair

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From tame to wild to downright insane, the new foods to be offered at the Elkhart County Fair this year have been announced.

This year's signature item is Deep Fried Jelly Beans.  How they will be served exactly, remains a mystery.  We'll all have to wait until next week to get an answer.

Below is the complete list of new foods being offered at the fair in 2013.

1)      Bacon Carmel Corn

2)      Maple Bacon / Funnel Cake

3)      Pineapple Dole Whip

4)      Lemonade Shake Ups

5)      Loaded Tator Tots

6)      Walking Strawberry and Apple tart

7)      Deep Fried Jelly Beans

8)      Double Lamb Burger

9)      Double Pork with Bacon

10)   Waffle… sprinkled with sugar / cinnamon

11)   Deep Fried Peanut Butter

12)  Deep Fried Butter

13)  Honey's Yogurt

14)  Fried Ice Cream with Fruit Salsa

15)  Fried Veggies

16)  International Sausage Stand

17)  Flavor Corn Dog of the day  examples include, Jalapeño corn dog, Cool Ranch Dogrito Dog, Cheesy Dog, Breakfast dog, Bacon/Sausage Dog, and Meat lovers Corn dog

18)  Ricky's Mexican restaurant

The Elkhart County 4-H Fair runs July 19 through July 27.  For a complete list of events, concerts and more, go to their website by clicking here.

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