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festivalfood365

Fair and festival "fun" food served all the time
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Sausage on a stick, funnel cakes, cotton candy, caramel apples, roasted corn, turkey legs, fried candy bars and such are all "fun" foods usually sold only at fairs, festivals and amusement parks.

For those with a year around hunger for such things, easy access would be in order. I propose a restaurant franchise called "Festival Foods 365" to satisfy these cravings.

Sunstone, May 19 2006

Turkey legs http://bbq.about.co...ipes/r/bl30329c.htm
[Shz, May 19 2006]

Now baked. June 22, 2005: America's Favorite Carnival Food Debuts at IHOP http://www.findarti...une_22/ai_n13826355
Carnival treats such as corn dogs, caramel apples and fluffy cotton candy are being offered by more and more restaurants across the country [Sunstone, Jun 28 2006, last modified Jan 19 2019]

Funnel cakes and cotton candy blizzards now at U.S. Dairy Queen cotton candy next?
http://www.dairyqueen.com/us-en/Promotions-US/ [Sunstone, Jun 23 2016]

"Fair food" stores are all over the place now https://www.google....akery+OR+restaurant
Now baked [Sunstone, Jan 18 2019]

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       America, I weep for you.
DrCurry, May 19 2006
  

       Don't cry for me, Doctor Curry
The truth is I need no mourners
For I am mighty
Bigger than Blighty
Please pass the nachos
I'm getting hungry.
  

       Apologies to the Carpenters
methinksnot, May 19 2006
  

       Just looked up what 'turkey legs' are. - A horrible thing to do to an otherwise reasonably healthy food.
Shz, May 19 2006
  

       I wouldn't eat it, but there are many who would.
Zimmy, May 19 2006
  

       At least it would prevent overpopulation. Not oversized population though.
harderthanjesus, May 20 2006
  

       This should be a food truck.
notexactly, Jul 18 2016
  

       Nice. If I ever went the Food-truck route I would call mine;
[The Holy Grill]
  

       There'd be;
Python dogs
Monty Cristo's
Grilled Cleese sandwiches
Excaliburgers
etc...
  

       What, no cheese?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 18 2019
  

       //[The Holy Grill] Excaliburgers//   

       Brilliant, I'd eat there. Would you serve ham and jam and spam a lot?
doctorremulac3, Jan 19 2019
  

       //no cheese?//
We got Swiss Cleese, and Cheddar Cleese.
  

       //Would you serve ham and jam and spam a lot?//
No, but our slogan is; You can Cramalot for a little.
There'd be a Knife of Brian steak sandwich special on Saturdays, and every Tuesday we have our Pining for the fjords Buffalo Parrot wings. Thursdays are are reserved for an all-you-can-eat Fish called Wanda n'chips platter.
A video of Eric Idle in his waiter uniform and towel would continuously beckon you forward through the forests and over the hills on a constant loop from a rotating big-screen atop the truck, and the bumper sticker would read; [Well... fuck off then. Don't come following me.]
  

       ...and of course there'd be a complimentary wafer thin mint with each meal.   
      
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