Geoffrey Esper, currently ranked fourth in Major League Eating, won the second Prairie Farms World Ice Cream Eating Championship on Sunday, August 5, 2018, at the Indiana State Fair by eating 15.5 pints of ice cream in 6 minutes. Joey Chestnut came in second with 14.5 pints of ice cream.
Miki Sudo, currently ranked fifth in Major League Eating, snagged the first-ever Prairie Farms World Ice Cream Eating Championship on Sunday, August 13, 2017, at the Indiana State Fair by eating 16.5 pints of ice cream in six minutes, which also set a NEW WORLD RECORD!
The world’s top competitive eaters will gather in Indianapolis for the first-ever Prairie Farms Worlds Ice Cream Eating Championship at the Indiana State Fair at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 13th.
Check out the Peanut Butter Pineapple Pork Burger at the 2017 Indiana State Fair!
Grab yourself some Deep Fried BBQ Bacon at the 2017 Indiana State Fair!
Light and fluffy, sometimes sweet or salty, popcorn is one of America’s favorite snack foods. In Indiana, that means big business. The Hoosier state is the nation’s second largest popcorn producer, which is why popcorn will be the featured product at the 2013 Indiana State Fair. “People have long known Indiana for being a tremendous […]
It was “The Year of Dairy Cows” at the 2012 Indiana State Fair, and over 80,000 fairgoers celebrated by heading straight to the American Dairy Association of Indiana’s iconic Dairy Bar to enjoy their favorite treats. Over 64,400 rich, thick milkshakes—the Dairy Bar’s signature item—were served from the popular Main Street structure that pays homage […]
Colorful concoction defeats five other dairy creations Monroe Concessions’ Spaghetti Ice Cream has been voted the 2012 ‘Signature Food’ at the Indiana State Fair. Online voters selected this dish after reading the insights from a panel of eight judges who tasted all six entries. Fairgoers can find the winning dessert on Main Street across from […]
Pavilion celebrates all components of Indiana’s “food chain” Everyone loves food. Hoosiers, in particular, love growing it, cooking it and learning about it. That’s why the fair created the new DuPont Food Pavilion located on Main Street near the iconic Midway Arch. The pavilion teaches fairgoers about the state’s “farm to fork” link while featuring more than 30 Indiana-made […]