Filer, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Food is always one of the main attractions at the fair, and this year is no exception.
There are more fair foods than your average elephant ear or corn dog.
The Twin Falls County Fair offers a wide variety of food every year.
From funnel cakes- to cotton candy- and much, much more.
But there are a few unique foods people don't expect, and presentation may be a key attraction.
Cook Jeff Burget says, "Our signature is the steak on a stick." Family-Owned Montana Steak House also brings chicken and Shrimp to put on sticks for fair-goers.
"When you eat here, it's not something you're gonna experience anywhere else,” says Jeff Burget.
But you can always get good from your local restaurant. At the fair, you can come to a family-owned booth like Fishfire BBQ to get unique foods like a pulled pork sundae or a porksicle.
A porksicle is a piece of marinated pork wrapped in bacon, which is then smoked.
"It's all smoked, we cook it right here,” says owner Jared Fisher.
In fact, Fishfire tries to keep everything homemade.
From the smokers -to the charcoal- and all the ingredients for the smoked pork sundae.
Fisher says, "The smoked pork sundae is mashed potatoes and gravy, some corn, some cheese and some slow-roasted pork."
And what do people think about this sundae?
"Well, they think it*s a little weird. Nobody understands what it is until they read the menu or we tell them what it is."
So make sure to keep your mind open...and your stomach empty the next time you head to the fair.
Fishfire BBQ only sells food during the fair so Monday will be the last day to try it.