Vendor booths will vary
by Alan Reed
Oct 03, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Here is the Trigg County Humane Society’s 2007 “Tiny Trigg Piglet”. Her name is LeAnna Kacy Austin and she is the nine months old daughter of Travis and Stephanie Austin of Cadiz.
Here is the Trigg County Humane Society’s 2007 “Tiny Trigg Piglet”. Her name is LeAnna Kacy Austin and she is the nine months old daughter of Travis and Stephanie Austin of Cadiz.
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While people think of giant biscuits, racing pigs and music when they think of the annual Country Ham Festival, booths with crafts, information and of course food are the backbone to the event.

Melissa Noel spends the year between the previous event and next year’s in contact with vendors, leasing space and arranging them on the streets of the festival.

“Most of the food vendors are the same returning from last year,” said Noel. “I asked a few more to do ham in some form or fashion. A few are doing ham sandwiches. We don’t have a lot of ham biscuits, but the Lions will sell them on Friday and Saturday. Helping Hands will have their Big Biscuit on Saturday. I think Bryn’s Snack Shack will have some sandwiches and Billy “Moose” Morris will have ham sandwiches on his grill.”

Noel added that returning staples include Greek food, corndogs, funnel cakes, nachos, blooming onions with other fried vegetables and the popular frozen beverages in real coconuts.

For the rest of this story, read this week's Cadiz Record.
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