The Minnesota State Fair attracts close to 2-million people each year. People travel from all over for the rides, animals, exhibits, entertainment, and food. The food is probably the main-attraction so everyone was happy when fair officials announced a backup plan after this year's Fair was canceled - The State Fair Food Parade. Unfortunately, that event sold out in about 2-hours.

Don't worry though, there's a backup to the backup. State Fair to Go is offering kits that allow you to make your favorite fair foods at home.

The State Fair To Go Kit costs 60 bucks and comes with everything you need to make Sweet Martha's Cookies, State Fair Mini Donuts, Sweet Corn, Ellsworth Cheese Curds, French Fries and Corn Dogs. The website says the box will make enough to feed 5-people and they'll start shipping on August 17th.

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