These LA County Fair Foods Are Almost Fictional

Okay, turkey legs and cotton candy aren't that odd, but what about an especially ginormous cotton candy with Pop Rocks?

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The LA County Fair will truck from Aug. 30 through Sept. 22 on select days. Will you eat a deep-fried strawberry Uncrustable from Chicken Charlie's? Many adventurous diners will, oh yes.
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The LA County Fair will truck from Aug. 30 through Sept. 22 on select days. Will you eat a deep-fried strawberry Uncrustable from Chicken Charlie's? Many adventurous diners will, oh yes.
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This mega cotton candy from the Candy Factory contains a mouth-fizzy secret: Pop Rocks.
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Candy Factory is also making the bluely beautiful, or perhaps we mean the beautifully blue, Unicorn Float.
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There's a lot happening with this chimichange, which boasts both buffalo chicken and mac 'n cheese. The place? Oh, you bet, it's at Chicken Charlie's.
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Another view of this colorful chimi creation, yum.
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It's cheesecake, it's deep-fried, and it is at Chicken Charlie's.
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Ever wish you could introduce buffalo chicken to a plate of fries? Wish granted.
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Biggy's is the spot for bacon-wrapped pork bellies.
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Prefer your fanciful floats to have some mermaid magic? Meet the Candy Factory's own Mermaid Float, a concoction that has more going on outside of the cup than inside of the cup, oh golly.
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For citrus mavens, there is the Orange Dreamsicle float, also at the Candy Factory.
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Biggy's has the turkey legs and mega Big Ribs, too. Ready for all of this outlandish, out-of-this-world snacking? The LA County Fair opens on Aug. 30, 2019.
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