Minnesota State Fair Guide for Wanderingjew
If you don't know it already, wanderingjew
is traveling the heartland and taking in roadfood and baseball. He said he would be coming back to the Twin Cities and take in the Minnesota State Fair
on the last day, Labor Day, before departing east. So to save him time I thought I would post these photos so he can get to these places.
We know wanderingjew is searching out hotdish
so he should know he can get it on a stick over by the Horse Barn. That's a kabob of Swedish meatballs and tator tots with a mushroom soup dipping sauce.
In the Food Building Lynn's Potato Lefse Booth serves lefse and other Swedish delights.
Wanderingjew should then wander over to the Salem Lutheran Church's Booth
up by the Eco Center for some Swedish Egg Coffee
To top off his memorable visit the Minneapolis Star Tribune
newspaper booth sells this wonderful Lutefisk
T-shirt for a measley $5.
I tried but I could find no real lutefisk
to eat, not even deep-fried on a stick. Minnesotans will only go so far to make fun of themselves.