Fresh French Fries in the News!
Kosher Certification coming to second Minnesota State Fair
Rick Nelson, StarTribune July 27, 2018
A second Minnesota State Fair food institution is going kosher. After last year’s high successful debut of certified kosher chocolate chip cookies at Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar, kosher-observant 2017 fairgoers will be able to indulge in the deep-fried goodness at the Fairground’s two highly popular Fresh French Fries stands.
Good Question: ‘Reply All’: State Fair Edition
Jason DeRusha, WCCO- August 24th, 2012
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We start with a Good Question that’s more complicated than it seems.
Bob Knaeble from Bemidji wanted to know: How old is the State Fair? The first fair was in 1859, in Minneapolis. Downtown, too. They didn’t have the fair five times, because of the Civil War, the Sioux Uprising, the World’s Fair in Chicago, World War II fuel shortages, and the polio epidemic.
So, to answer the question, this is the 149th Minnesota State Fair...
Check, Please: 3 State Fair classics
Rick Nelson, Star Tribune- August 22nd, 2012
When you visit the State Fair, there are three classic food spots you must be sure to hit -- Corn Roast, Rice Kristie Bars and Fresh French Fries.
The secret to Fresh French Fries is simplicity: Seven semi-trailers (about 300,000 pounds) of Big Lake, Minn.-grown spuds are peeled, cut, fried in trans fat-free vegetable oil and dusted with salt. That's it, along with Heinz ketchup and malt vinegar...
Good Question: How Much Of Fair Food Is From Minn.?
Jason DeRusha, WCCO- August 29th, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota State Fair has lots of vendors and foods from outside of Minnesota, but when it comes to some of the iconic food from the fair, how many of those are from Minnesota?
Surprising news about the potatoes for the two Fresh French Fries stands and the World’s Greatest French Fries stand: All of the potatoes are from Hayes Farm in Big Lake, Minnesota...
Top 10 Best Foods at the Minnesota State Fair- FFF at # 1!
Elizabeth Thomas, Yahoo.com- August 29th, 2009
Hot, salty, and fresh-cut, these fries haunt my dreams all year long. I usually make a bee-line for this French fry temple on the corner of Underwood and Dan Patch and grab a lawn spot for my reunion with the crispy little spuds. Sure, I could be reasonable and get the small carton, or I could get the outrageous, bathtub-sized bucket. Hmmm. That's a toughie...