The Clark County Fair is welcoming the return of a longtime staple that was forced shut during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Outback Kitchen, operated by the county’s Extension Homemakers Club, will make its resurgence in 2022 with inside dining. Plate lunches will be available Wednesday through Friday next week during the Clark County Fair.
Wednesday’s menus includes chicken and dressing. Taco salad will be the main course on Thursday, followed by chicken spaghetti on Friday.
“Meal service at the fair is the major fundraising effort for the Clark County Extension Homemakers Council to support their educational and community service efforts as well as maintaining the kitchen building,” said JoAnn Vann, extension service agent.
Although the county fair re-opened in 2021 following a year off due to the pandemic, the Outback Kitchen remained shut that year because of food-related Covid restrictions.
The Outback Kitchen is located in the back of the Arts & Crafts building of the fairgrounds.
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