The allure of the State Fair of Texas—and particularly its renowned foods—extends well beyond the state borders.
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I don’t exactly remember when I first heard about fried Oreos. I just remember being a bit confused that such a thing would even exist.
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Running through Oct. 20, The State Fair of Texas at Fair Park in Dallas draws about 3 million people annually for everything from pig races to an auto show to fried brisket.
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