This was the description: "Fresh strawberries and pineapple on a stick, dipped in our special sweet batter, fried and drizzled with strawberry cream cheese, powdered sugar and chocolate syrup, $6.50."
It's enough to turn one into a health nut.
At the end of the loop I ran into the intoxicating aroma of the Hawaiian Vilo Chicken stand, run by a Tongan family, the Taufas, where they sell turkey legs, chicken and pulled pork.
"The secret is our secret seasonings," said David Taufa, "and I'm sorry but I can't tell you what it is."
Whatever it is, it isn't a deep fryer.
I ordered a plate of everything.
It wasn't maggots, but it wasn't half bad.
Lee Benson's About Utah column runs Monday and Friday. Email: email@example.com
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