Saturday, January 27, 2007

Computer Show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds

This is a pretty strange place to go looking for food, but when I go to the Market Pro Computer Show, searching for cheap-ass software and halfway-usable blank CD's and DVD's, I usually stop for a hot dog. They always have this vendor that sells everything from hot dogs to Italian sausages. Occasionally, they sell quesadillas, even some massive, heart-attack-inducing breakfast bowl filled with everything from potatoes to cheese to eggs to bacon to chili to who knows what else (I've never even considered eating it; I don't want a heart attack at 35). But the hot dogs are okay, a somewhat satisfying, big and juicy way to end the computer fair. And it's only $3, but only outside in the warmer months (with the flies and the chain smokers). Therefore, it's much preferable in the winter months, when it's inside and away from all that. But in that case, you'll need to pay the $7 for entry into the computer show. And that's not such a bad thing.


Double Dogged said...

Yep, you are right! The hot dogs at the show aren't bad at all.

Baltmore Snacker said...

And certainly better than the ones at 7-Eleven, I think!