The Telluride Bluegrass Festival returns to... Telluride... during the Summer solstice every June, and this year marked the 41st annual celebration, full of world-class music, scenic views, and loyal Festivarians -- who tend to get hungry. Lucky for them, there's always a collection of loyal food venders, some of which have been with the festival since its inception. These are the best things we tried -- make a mental note for next Summer.
The best thing about this cake pop, aside from its fudgy interior and coconut shell, is the fact that it's served straight from the icebox. When you're in the hot sun at over 8,700ft, that's an essential dessert quality. The crew that makes them (in a booth named Chicken) is also known for giving out free ones to curious writers-- errr... children. We mean children.