They had everything from yummy bread to fancy cakes to flavored milk to handmade soap. And cheese. Don't forget the cheese. Even though I don't actually have any pictures of cheese.
Gossner Foods Factory to get some squeaky cheese and ended up coming home with cheese and a case of both root beer flavored milk and cookies and cream milk. All of which is very yummy.
And of course, we hung out at the Utah Truffles table. A couple of different times. Not only are they the BEST truffles EVER (I think dark chocolate mint is my favorite), but my wonderful friend Brinda was there. She was on my team for Tour de Donut and still likes me even though it took me forever to finish. We won't talk about how someone can work for a chocolate company and still be that skinny.
The one thing that struck me the most about this event (besides the yummy food) was how heartfelt they were. The people there were not just another faceless employee. This company is a part of who they are. The business success is their personal triumphs. It's so endearing. And so rare.
I even got a little side of public humiliation as I rode the blender bike at the Walmart booth. Thankfully, CG did not get any video of that, but cute Lolly got a chance to ride and had a great time! Also, I want one of those bikes for my house.
And of course we had to make a stop at the Little Hands on the Farm! My girls loved it and even remembered it from the last time we were there.
These girls even make farming equipment adorable.
**We were given tickets to the State Fair by representatives of Utah's Own. All opinions, flavored milk love, chocolate obsessions and cute children are my own.**