This story originally appeared on FWx.com.
Concession stand veteran Ruth Hauntz’s cooked Jell-O took home high prize in the class of Best style at this year’s massive Tex alternative Awards control by the State Fair of Texas.
The classic cherry concoction, breaded in panko and cooked, was a success with this year’s judges: a bull rider, a radio temperament, a chef, a town councilwoman and a randomly-selected audience member.
Related: What does one Eat once 1-Year during a Mars Colony Experiment? Bananas Crinkle-cut cookie fries (which look and sound freakin’ delicious) took home the prize for many artistic, whereas semifinalists enclosed a bacon burger dog slider on a stick and chicken pot pie pocket with mackintosh ‘n’ cheese dip.
Everything might be bigger in Lone-Star State, however apparently nothing quite their fair-goers’ appetites. We’re under no circumstances decision making.