​Nottingham's Food Sleuth tests the grub at Goose Fair



As the tram doors rolled back, passengers alighting at The Forest caught the pungent whiff of frying onions and smoking doughnut oil. Or donut oil, if we accept the prevalent American spelling.
It was Friday lunchtime. Too early in the day to appreciate the bright lights of Goose Fair. While the evening is for teens and twenties stop-outs, daytime is the granny and truant shift, and the chance of a fairground luncheon on the hoof.
Traditionalists will be happy that the catering offer at the 2016 version of Britain's best travelling funfair is pretty well unchanged.
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7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 30
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