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The World’s 8 Wackiest Food Festivals

The World’s 8 Wackiest Food Festivals


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Make your way to these unique food festivals around the world

Fun and strange food events you have to try.

Hundreds of festivals take place yearly across the globe, and for food-lovers, above all, the possibilities are endless. Depending on what your favorite dish or cuisine might be, or what level of seriousness you’re looking for, there’s likely at least one festival that will suit you perfectly somewhere around the globe.

Slideshow: The World's 8 Wackiest Food Festivals

We recently published a list of the most noteworthy food festivals and events to attend in 2017, but the scope of food events held annually in one place or another goes beyond the merely noteworthy into the unusual and sometimes downright wacky. If you like munching on bugs, you’ll have to make it to New Zealand for the Wildfoods Festival or to North Carolina for the BugFest. If competitions are more your thing, then Cheese Rolling in England and the Night of Radishes in Mexico are a couple of strangely specific festivals you’ll enjoy.

This year, make an effort to step outside your comfort zone and try one of the world’s wackiest food festivals.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


Festival food recipes: Get the taste of popular French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest dishes at home

Let’s face it. Right now, if circumstances were different, we would be boldly stepping into the peak of spring festival season.

Festival-goers would be mapping out which food booths to visit before listening to their favorite acts. We would be setting up our lawn chairs or blankets to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this special time of year in New Orleans.

Instead, life has changed drastically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced city and state leaders to issue stay-at-home mandates and cancel several events. We’ve had to settle for small victories, like finding the latest great show to binge-watch on Netflix.

Many popular festivals are getting axed, like the recent cancellation of Jazz Fest, and hopes of French Quarter Fest happening later this year are fading fast.

You’re probably currently closing your eyes wishing you were at a festival instead of being stuck at home. While your wish might not come true any time soon, maybe you can savor the flavors of your favorite festival foods until then.

We pulled together a list of popular festival dishes from events like French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest for you to try cooking at home.

Below you’ll find a list of dishes pulled from our archives of past interviews and features about festival vendors. We also scowered the web looking for recipes.

Some festival vendors offered us their actual recipes or posted them online. Other festival vendors closely guarded their recipes, but did offer us great cooking tips. We were also able to find some good recipes that duplicate dishes.

From Crawfish Monica to Prejean’s Pheasant, Quail and Andouille Gumbo, we have plenty of items for you to test out. Hopefully, this could add another great activity to your quarantine bucket list.


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