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Two corn dogs on sticks, covered with swirls of ketchup and mustard, placed on wax paper next to a bowl of mustard.
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Corn Dogs

Bring the fair to your backyard with this classic corn dog recipe. Corn dogs are a great barbecue option for lighter fare that will still be satisfying.

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A square white plate filled with deep fried pickles.
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Deep Fried Pickles

You just need a deep fryer, pickles, and a few more ingredients to make these deep fried pickles, perfect for a June or July barbecue.

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A white plate filled with Funnel Cakes dusted with powdered sugar, with a red check napkin on a picnic table.
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Funnel Cakes

Satisfy the inner child in everyone by making your own funnel cakes!

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Four Crispy Chicken strips on parchment paper with a ramekin of Dijon mustard for dipping.
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Crispy Chicken

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A blue floral plate filled with fried banana slices.
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Fried Bananas

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Wisconsin Cheese Curds - A bright blue plate with fried Wisconsin Cheese Curds.
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Traditional Wisconsin Deep Fried Cheese Curds

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A red and white plate stacked with homemade biscuit donuts dipped in sugar.
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Biscuit Donuts

You just need a deep fryer and a tube of buttermilk biscuits to make these delicious, foolproof biscuit donuts! Pre-cut biscuit dough is the best secret weapon for perfectly round and perfect easy donuts. We love sprinkling our donuts with cinnamon, sugar, and powdered sugar, but you could also use store-bought frosting or glaze for an especially decadent twist. If you don't have a deep fryer, you can also heat about 2 inches of oil over your stove in a large-bottomed pot over medium heat. Biscuit donuts are a great snack to make with kids on the weekend; they'll love getting to cut out the donut shapes as much as they'll love eating them!

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A pile of fried onion rings draining on brown parchment paper.
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Beer Battered Onion Rings

Welcome in the summer and delight your guests at barbecues and parties with homemade beer-battered onion rings! Serve them as an appetizer before a barbecue, as a side to delicious burgers, or even on top of a juicy steak.

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A green plate holding fried Reuben Rolls, with one opened to show the Reuben ingredients.
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Reuben Rolls

Reuben rolls made with sauerkraut is a great way to use up leftovers. Have leftover cabbage? Make a quick sauerkraut by chopping the cabbage finely, sautéing until wilted, and then tossing with the following ingredients

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