Every year, during the second week of October, my hometown of Lancaster, Ohio, plays host to the Fairfield County Fair. Founded in 1850, the Fair is amalgamation of both the past and present and is, quite frankly, one of the best attractions in the region of Southeastern Ohio.
Warning – the following post contains a controversial opinion:
I don’t understand the appeal of apple cider slushies.
To begin, I love Fall. I love bonfires, my local county fair, getting to wear hoodies, the smell of decaying leaves, dressing up for Halloween, and apple cider… hot (or at least room temperature) apple cider, that is. Fall and apple cider go together like peanut butter and jelly or Daryl Hall and John Oates, or Charlie Sheen and winning. Fall isn’t Fall without a steaming mug of apple cider.