The Stanislaus County Fair has announced that it will make its national television debut on the Cooking Channel’s “Carnival Eats” on Oct. 6.
Carnival Eats is a new program on the Cooking Channel which premiered on Aug. 18. The show features host Noah Cappe taking viewers on a food rollercoaster across the country. The show features the unique and delicious food found at carnivals and fairs.
“To be chosen and featured on a national level as having some of the best fair foods in the country is incredibly exciting,” said Adrenna Alkhas, spokesperson for the Stanislaus County Fair. “This is a great opportunity for us to not only showcase the importance of Fairs in California, but to highlight our important contribution to our community and the mouth-watering food we have at the Fair.”
The four food vendors that will be featured on the show are Sweet Cheeks Fair Treats’ deep fried doughnut ice cream sandwich, Monster Dog’s foot long corn dogs, Sharky’s lobster dog, and Southern Comfort Food’s deep fried frog legs.
Cameras filmed during the first weekend, catching chefs in action at the Fair and guests enjoying some of the fair treats.
The Stanislaus County Fair will be featured on Carnival Eats on Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on the Cooking Channel.