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State Fair opens today; here's a preview of midway food

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HOLD THE WORMS: Or not, if you choose.
  • HOLD THE WORMS: Or not, if you choose.
Kat Robinson was on hand for the annual preview of what's new in the Arkansas State Fair midway deep-fat fryers this year and has the full rundown on the Fair food lineup, with pictures, on her Tie Dye Travels website.

Pizza with worms? I think I'll pass. Bacon-wrapped corn? More like it. Thanksgiving tacos — turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce rolled up in a tortilla? You tell me. Hot cinnamon rolls a la mode? Definite maybe.

The State Fair opens at 4 p.m. today, a day earlier than in the past.  It runs through Oct. 22.

OLD FAVORITE: The fry bread taco is back.
  • OLD FAVORITE: The fry bread taco is back.

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