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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Breaking: Food at Arkansas State Fair that isn't fried

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click to enlarge FAIR FARE: Grilled turkey legs are on the menu for the careful eater at the Arkansas State Fair and Livestock Show. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • FAIR FARE: Grilled turkey legs are on the menu for the careful eater at the Arkansas State Fair and Livestock Show.

Too bad the opening Saturday of the Arkansas State Fair and Livestock show won't have the crisp, dry air that I associate with ideal fair weather.

Things were better last night. Head to Facebook for Brian Chilson's album of opening night photography. You'll find rides, the midway, prizes and even a few farm animals. Oh, OK, and some fried food.
click to enlarge BRIAN CBILSON
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