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Want some calorie-packed tasty treats? Head to the CNE

A look at new and classic food available at the Ex in Toronto this year

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The famous Krispy Kreme Burger is one of the many food items available in the Food Building at this year's CNE.

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You'll find it at the Epic Burger stall.

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A Halloom cheese sesame purse from Lebanese bakery Thyme & Olives is for eating, not wearing (just to be clear).

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An olive and veggie pie from Thyme & Olives is one of the more healthy options.

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Deep fried mac 'n' cheese is not.

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It's available from the appropriately named Mac & Cheesery.

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For dessert, why not go for broke and try a classic deep-fried Mars bar?

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If (somehow) deep-fried isn't your thing, check out Bacon Nation.

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You can bacon on a stick. So simple, so delicious.

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Want something more elaborate? The stall can deliver.

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Try an 'Explosion sandwich,' made with bacon and Nutella.

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Speaking of pig meat, Pull'd serves many dishes using - what else? - pulled pork.

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Just in case that sign isn't clear enough, look for the giant, pink pig.

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With food in hand, your only challenge now is to find a place to sit.

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We suggest you head outside.

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