SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Want fries with that ... doughnut?
A food booth in Syracuse will unveil the "Big Kahuna Donut
Burger" at this year's New York State Fair.
For between $5 and $6, the adventurous eater will get a
quarter-pound burger in between slices of a grilled, glazed
doughnut. Toss on some cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato and onion and
you've got yourself a 1,500-calorie meal.
America's state fairs can be counted on to provide foods
featuring offbeat ingredient combinations. Wisconsin has chocolate
covered bacon on a stick, you can get fried beer in Texas,
Massachusetts provides fried jelly beans and North Carolina has the
"Koolickle," pickles soaked in Kool-Aid.
New York's fair opens Aug. 25.
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