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Food for Thought: 9/29

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Here's a little food for thought for you: Did you know every food stop at the Panhandle South Plains Fair is inspected before it can open?

But, it doesn't stop there; they're also inspected throughout the week of the fair to make sure the vendors are keeping clean while you're enjoying all that fried goodness.

And, local restaurants are being inspected as well.
 
This week we only have two stops on the menu, and they're both top performers. 

  • Lil' Smokies at 1211 NCR 1300
  • Taqueria Guadalajara at 1925 19th

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