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International Flavors at MontanaFair

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The fair showcases a variety of Montana culture whether it's the agricultural highlights or western knick-knacks.

Yet often, international flavors find themselves at the fair. Native Brazilian and owner of Cafe Brazil Carla Neres brings dishes like postels and coxinhas to the fair.

"A coxinha, its dough filled with chicken and cheese," says Neres.

She also makes a variety of Brazilian desserts.

"Passion fruit mouse, brigadeiro is some kind of delicious chocolate dessert," says Neres.

And at Mark's Polish Kitchen, owner Mark Kraczwyk dishes up some kielbasa and perogies.

"Its not very easy to find in Montana authentic polish food," says Kraczwyk.

Around the corner, West African native Amadou Diop sells a popular dress.

"They are popular where I come from, and I just bought them over there but I just sold all of them," says Diop.

It's a variety of cultures, all in one spot.

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