Devilishly Delicious: Ohio Poultry Assoc. serving up a unique ‘eggs-perience’ at this year’s State Fair!

The Ohio Poultry Association debuted more than a dozen unique deviled egg flavors at this year’s State Fair!

State Fair season is officially underway! In the Buckeye State, The Ohio Poultry Association (OPA) debuted a new food stand this year in the Taste of Ohio Café with some “devilishly” interesting new ways to enjoy an American staple: Deviled Eggs.

In fact, this egg bar gives fairgoers a once-in-a-lifetime experience, offering more than a dozen unique deviled eggs — like the 2023 Fair favorite: cotton candy! Other offerings include s’mores, Mexican street corn, and honey fig blackberry.

Customers are encouraged to try every flavor! If you want to try your own deviled eggs in Columbus, seek out the Ohio Poultry Association inside the Taste of Ohio Café building, located in the very center of the fairgrounds.
The Ohio State Fair runs through August 6, 2023.

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