Test your eating abilities with our many challenging eating contests!
6 contestants, each facing a single banana cream pie. First one to finish without using their hands wins.
6 contestants, each facing 8 freshly cooked hot dogs. First one to finish (or the one who eats the most in 5 minutes) wins.
4 players, each faces a water-filled bucket containing 6-8 apples. First one to get all their apples out with their mouth wins.
3 teams of 2. Each team faces each other from about 6 feet of distance. One player must feed pudding to the other using a long wooden dowel and a spoon tied to the end. First one to finish their cup of pudding wins.
3 teams of 2. Each team includes one person laying on the ground, face up, and a person standing above them. The standing member pulls a string with a donut on the end and dips it into chocolate syrup. Then they must feed the donut to their teammate. First team to finish 3 donuts wins.
Eating Contest Registration
Potential contestant can register at the Contest Check In tent next to the music stage. More information will be provided.
UnCommon Markets at Salt River Fields
UNCOMMON MARKETS. UnCommon Markets highlights a vast array of artists and goods; from art that benefits social change to upcycled home furnishings, serving as an ideal source of custom goods, perfect for those on the list who have everything. The monthly market joins the Street Eats footprint and adds to the weekend of festival fun.
Pop into this fun tent at any point during the weekend and check out some of the high-flying culinary action! Hosted and emceed by the founders of www.ScottsdaleRestaurants.com, top Valley chefs will show you how to slice, dice, simmer and sautée great food from their restaurants – all on a kitchen stage built by the amazing Sub-Zero/Wolf. Cooking demonstrations start at the top of every hour between noon and 4pm both days. No reservations required.
Food In Root Farmers’ Market
FoodInRoot. FoodInRoot provides communities with accessibility to local foods and goods by giving small businesses a place to thrive and connect directly to consumers. The Farmer’s Market at UnCommon Markets will feature a diverse selection such as fresh produce, salsas and hot sauce, hummus, spices, baked goods, honey and jellies, among others, ideal for curating holiday gift baskets for foodie friends and family.