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10 Food Festivals That Your Tummy Won’t Want To Miss

Go bold or go home. Just like these festivals, MIRACLE WHIP Dressing is all for being adventurous and #proudofit.

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1. The Pickle Festival: New York, New York

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Ever tried pickled brittle? It’s kind of a big dill...

2. Oak Street Po-Boy Festival: New Orleans, Louisiana

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Not your typical po-boy spread, this festival has some crazy variations including the Chaurice & Kim Chi Po Boy.

3. Napa Truffle Festival: Napa, California

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This festival brings together a mix of the best truffle chefs and scientists from all around the world.

4. Poutine Fest: Ottawa, Ontario

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Canadians are super proud of this dish, they even have a festival devoted to it. Featuring over 30 vendors dishing out this mouthwatering deliciousness.

5. Garlic Festival: Isle of Wight, England

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Make sure you don't schedule any hot dates this night. After all, you'll be chomping on Britain’s most pungent garlic!

6. Cheese-Rolling Festival: Cooper’s Hill, Britain

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Nothing quite like this one where competitors race to catch their wheel of cheese as it rolls down a massive hill.

7. La Tomatina: Valencia, Spain

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At this boldly messy one, the whole town square gets painted red and people can slide down the "tomato rivers."

8. Galway Oyster Festival: Galway, Ireland

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Shuck it like no one has shucked before at the Oyster 'Olympics' or World Oyster Opening Championship!

9. Hokitika Wildfoods Festival: Hokitika, New Zealand

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Seagull eggs and huhu beetle grubs are only a couple of the delicacies served at this daring festival.

10. Pierogi Fest: Whiting, Indiana

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How far can you fling a pierogi? Only one way to find out at the incredibly unique Pierogi Toss!

Be fearless in the kitchen — make something awesome by adding the very special sweet and tangy, MIRACLE WHIP.

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