It's Been A Tradition Of The New York State Fair Since 1960 - Pizze Fritte!

With all the new food choices the Great New York State Fair has to offer, I have to admit that my favorite is still one that has been a traditional staple at the fair since 1960 - the Pizze Fritte. The long piece of fried dough topped with tasty sugar! Yum!

The delicacy is still made at the fairgrounds in the Villa’s triangular shaped building. It’s the same building where the treat was first sold many years ago!

According to owner, Grazi Zazzara, whose father created the tasty fried dough, everything used in producing the goodie is fresh, and they still use the secret recipe that his father first used decades ago. Considering how many people wait in line for the Pizze Fritte, it’s quite obvious that this treat is also many other people’s favorite food at the fair!

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