Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Hot dogging at the State Fair

Posted By on Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 9:32 AM

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You want news? I'll give you news, courtesy of Kat Robinson's Tie Dye Travels and its encyclopedic chronicling of Arkansas eats. Today, it's news for the devoted locavore. Those who curate the midway gustatory offerings at the Arkansas State Fair have added a locally sourced product from the state's artisanal purveyor of porcine delights.

Behold the two-foot-long hotdog from Petit Jean Meats.

State Fair opens Friday. Have a couple of these if you must. Best to ride the Tilt-a-whirl before.

Kat has more fair food here.

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