Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Architecture on a stick
Michael Bauer, a San Francisco food critic, traveled to the Minnesota State Fair recently. Bauer, like many fair first-timers from far away, was smitten with what he found. In his Between Meals blog, Bauer writes that the fair is "a homey, retro event that stands in stark contrast to the modern skyline, filled with architecture that make cities like San Francisco seems mundane." He didn't elaborate much on the architecture, but there's lots of dicsussion of deep fried goodies. I plan to attend the fair on Friday and deep in my stomach I know all my bicyling and swimming in the next couple of days won't make up for my calorie intake at the fair.

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