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10 fair food recipes that you can make at home

Deep-fried Oreos, corn dogs, various meats on a stick, giant turkey legs as well as other odd and unique foods have become a much-anticipated staple of summer fairs and festivals.

However, with fairs, festivals and other outdoor gatherings cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these savory and sweet summer treats won’t be making their rounds to local communities.

Don’t let the virus rob you of indulging in some of your favorite summer treats. The Greeley Tribune has compiled a list of 10 recipes for favorite fair food treats that you can make at home.  A note for shopping — with fair food being synonymous with deep-frying, you might want to stock up on the oil!

  1. Deep-Fried Oreos are a dessert consisting of an Oreo dipped in batter and deep-fried to a golden crispy brown and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Take the joy one step further by dipping them in chocolate
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COVID-19 pandemic means we will be cooking from home for a very long time

The cooking from home surge that has commenced this year due to COVID-19 is likely here to stay for some time, thinks the chairman and CEO of spice maker McCormick.

“All aspects of cooking at home continue to be strong. Consumers are still concerned about their health. Many of the food service venues are closed and headlines we’re seeing is all about the resurgence of the virus. People will be cooking at home for a very long time. This isn’t bad news for them,” said Lawrence Kurzius on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. “McCormick has gained market share. People are coming back more. All of that says consumers are trying our brands and like them enough to buy them again. And clearly they are having a good experience. For many, it will be a new habit.”

McCormick is days removed from its fiscal second quarter earnings, which underscored Kurzius’

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Maryland Woman Loses 15 Pounds During Quarantine Cooking All Meals at Home Using This Service

For the past three months, the coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we knew it. Arguably, one of the places changed most by the virus has been our kitchens. With grocery stores facing supply chain shortages and the majority of restaurants closed or only offering carryout options, we’ve been forced to fend for ourselves and make most of our meals at home. It hasn’t been easy for anyone, but imagine cooking virtually every meal—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—for these past few months without having a dishwasher.

Not only has Lori Dominick, 54, of Green Belt, Maryland, done just that, but she also managed to lose weight in the process, thanks in large part to her Cooking Light Diet meal plans. She hasn’t just been making it work. She’s been thriving.

Lori Dominick
Lori Dominick

“It was always the first thing I looked for”

Dominick found the Cooking Light Diet a little over

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