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(Tampa Bay Times)   Poutine Sundae and Flaming Hot Cheetos Funnel Cake? Here comes the Florida State Fair   (tampabay.com) divider line
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2022-01-25 12:43:42 PM  
State fair is fun and all, but I prefer the Plant City Strawberry Festival personally.
 
2022-01-25 1:14:31 PM  
I am intrigued by the fried pickle nachos 🤔 please go on
 
2022-01-25 1:18:15 PM  
Poutine Sundae?
RELEASE THE QUACKEN!!
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2022-01-25 1:51:32 PM  

AirForceVet: State fair is fun and all, but I prefer the Plant City Strawberry Festival personally.


Lived in Tampa for a few years. We always took the kids to both. Strawberry shortcake in Plant City, chocolate covered bacon in Tampa.
 
2022-01-25 1:55:39 PM  
The use of the word 'sundae' in non-ice cream related dishes makes my left eye twitch. I don't get it, and why is it such a popular dish at BBQ joints?

I also don't understand banana pudding in BBQ places in the south either, but that's a discussion for a different day/thread.

It's just poutine in a cup, Florida. With the sheer amount of Ontarians that winter in Florida, I'm guessing it's no better than Harvey's or KFC poutine.
 
2022-01-25 2:01:25 PM  
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2022-01-25 2:34:47 PM  
Apparently Florida and I have very different ideas of what "covered in gravy" looks like, because this ain't it.
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2022-01-25 3:30:13 PM  

AirForceVet: State fair is fun and all, but I prefer the Plant City Strawberry Festival personally.


I love the Strawberry Festival, I grew up in Lakeland and went every year with my parents.
 
2022-01-25 3:43:27 PM  

blodyholy: The use of the word 'sundae' in non-ice cream related dishes makes my left eye twitch.


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2022-01-25 3:51:44 PM  

blodyholy: The use of the word 'sundae' in non-ice cream related dishes makes my left eye twitch. I don't get it, and why is it such a popular dish at BBQ joints?

I also don't understand banana pudding in BBQ places in the south either, but that's a discussion for a different day/thread.

It's just poutine in a cup, Florida. With the sheer amount of Ontarians that winter in Florida, I'm guessing it's no better than Harvey's or KFC poutine.


I was expecting something more like this when I saw "sundae." Fries with ice cream, candied maple bacon, some parmesan cheese, chocolate-covered potato chip crumbles, and caramel.
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2022-01-25 4:09:59 PM  

skyotter: Apparently Florida and I have very different ideas of what "covered in gravy" looks like, because this ain't it.
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Serving it in that plastic cup is the biggest problem as it limits the surface area to which gravy can cover the fries. One of those paper trays would have been better.
 
2022-01-25 5:54:47 PM  

eyeq360: blodyholy: The use of the word 'sundae' in non-ice cream related dishes makes my left eye twitch. I don't get it, and why is it such a popular dish at BBQ joints?

I also don't understand banana pudding in BBQ places in the south either, but that's a discussion for a different day/thread.

It's just poutine in a cup, Florida. With the sheer amount of Ontarians that winter in Florida, I'm guessing it's no better than Harvey's or KFC poutine.

I was expecting something more like this when I saw "sundae." Fries with ice cream, candied maple bacon, some parmesan cheese, chocolate-covered potato chip crumbles, and caramel.
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You sound fat obese
 
2022-01-25 7:20:52 PM  
Hog Trof: This well-named offering from Rising Smoke BBQ offers a baked potato, pulled pork, baked beans and cheese topped with creamy coleslaw.

The only thing that sounded like actual, you know... food. Not just deep fried diabeetus on a stick...
 
2022-01-25 11:57:58 PM  

Percise1: Hog Trof: This well-named offering from Rising Smoke BBQ offers a baked potato, pulled pork, baked beans and cheese topped with creamy coleslaw.

The only thing that sounded like actual, you know... food. Not just deep fried diabeetus on a stick...


i agree it sounds like (possibly yummy) food and not an "edible novelty".

but people GO to state fairs for "edible novelty" NOT "a hearty baked potato & barbecue meal".

i assume. i've never been to one. plenty of local fests in a few states, but never a state fair.
 
2022-01-26 2:38:39 PM  

eyeq360: blodyholy: The use of the word 'sundae' in non-ice cream related dishes makes my left eye twitch. I don't get it, and why is it such a popular dish at BBQ joints?

I also don't understand banana pudding in BBQ places in the south either, but that's a discussion for a different day/thread.

It's just poutine in a cup, Florida. With the sheer amount of Ontarians that winter in Florida, I'm guessing it's no better than Harvey's or KFC poutine.

I was expecting something more like this when I saw "sundae." Fries with ice cream, candied maple bacon, some parmesan cheese, chocolate-covered potato chip crumbles, and caramel.
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That looks/sounds...interesting. I'm not a 'no' on that, but could probably only stomach a few bites due to how rich it sounds.
 
2022-01-26 10:49:26 PM  
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