Anyway, back to topic. I made it to the mall with the feeling of being queen of the world. After we met up, we headed to the State Fair Park. First thing on our agenda, eat something deliciously unhealthy. Ariel and I started off with ginormous corndogs. Somehow, I forgot to take a photo of it, but imagine a normal corndog, then stack three of them together. HUGE. For dessert, we shared fried cheesecake, and fried cookie dough. At this point, we felt like we would never eat again, (which lasted about an hour,) so we decided to walk around.
After the show, we were ready for round two (three?) so we decided to stop and mark a couple more items off our fair food list. Ariel and Jessie got a funnel cake, and I got fried coffee. Yes, fried coffee. It's really more like cinnamon roll batter infused with coffee. It was probably my least favorite thing we tried, but it still wasn't bad. We walked around for a bit longer, and Jessie decided to stop and get some supper, as did Ariel, (Head Country truck, holla!) I decided to walk around while they ate to find something to eat for supper. I came across an Indian taco truck, but they didn't accept cards. I just accepted the fact that I wasn't going to find anything that sounded good for supper, (or maybe I was too stuffed to think about food.)
Fried coffee. (Photo from the LATimes)
As I was walking back to Ariel and Jessie, I saw it. The one item we hadn't found. The only item left on my state fair bucket list. Fried banana pudding. I walked up to the truck, prayed that they accepted debit cards, and ordered. It was by far my favorite thing that I ate this entire day.
After finishing this and walking around a bit, I even stumbled upon another Indian taco truck. By 7:30 though, we decided to waddle back to our car, and head back to the mall. It was a stellar day, to say the least!
PS) I did go work out the next day, but I thought I was going to die. #worthit