The Food of Denton's Arts and Jazz Festival

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The Arts and Jazz Festival should be called the My Chest Will Hurt On Monday Convention. Taking a step into city limits, you're olfactory sense is assaulted with the undeniable, comforting aroma of all things battered and fried.

If only Village Voice Media would invest in smell-o-vision.

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Even the cupcakes were smellable from across the grounds. God bless that cupcake stand.
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Yes, I would like a basket of fried potatoes with some fish fried in cornmeal, and some fried cornmeal balls and three nitroglycerin tabs, please.
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If I'm ever lost in the desert and stumble upon this sign, I will know the end is near. And I will welcome it completely. There is nothing better than a festival corndog.

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Perhaps the winner of the "FIND THAT SMELL" contest, a pile of fried onion strings seasoned with a metric ton of garlic salt, fresh parmesan and... what is that? Green stuff? Take that away, this is JazzFest dammit.
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Not to be confused with the garlic parmesan fries. These are 100% worth stealing if left unattended...or from a small child. Or from a small unattended child. Of which there were plenty.
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I like to call this the Giant Potato Swirly Thing. That may or may or not have to do with the massive amount of beer consumed.

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The revisited Giant Swirly Potato Thing has bac-os, not to be confused with REAL bacon. Just look at that fake color! Why a place can fry potatoes but not fry some bacon to go on top, I'll never understand.

Jon Daniel
Jon Daniel

Sarah, I've been to Jazzfest, I knew Jazzfest, Jazzfest was a friend of mine. Sarah, this is no Jazzfest.

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