New food, new stalls making a difference at the fall festival

EVANSVILLE, Indiana (WEHT) – Go to enough fall festivals and eventually you’ll get what you like. But for every brain sandwich, stromboli, or haystack, there’s always something new to try along W. Franklin Street.

For the Hadi Shrine Motor Corps, that means khaki pudding, homemade by Heather Laflen. Laflen, who grew up in Orange County, Indiana, says persimmons are plentiful and persimmon pudding is a traditional and popular snack, whether served hot or cold in his home county. of southwest Indiana.

Laflen says his pudding is unlike anything else served at the festival, although some people don’t know it. Laflen says she wanted to see how it went and experimented with the Shriners to get the exact recipe.

Elsewhere, the Evansville Rescue Mission has added to its menu by converting its popular “West Side Mac” with pulled pork and Grippos into a sandwich. Kyle Gorman says they always like to try something new to stand out among sellers and since the West Side Mac is their most popular item, Gorman says it made sense to add a sandwich alongside their other items. .

But there are new booths at this year’s Fall Festival that try to stand out. All Saints Parish is hoping their lighter street taco and elote options, Mexican street corn, will do the trick. Parishioner Roger Rogge says people are excited to see a new booth and have stopped by to check them out.

Annie’s Ice Cream also made her Fall Festival debut, coming from Dale to help support the Danielle Nicole Reinke Memorial Scholarship. With hot and humid afternoons so far at the Fall Festival, Beth Schnell says they weren’t sure what to expect, but they’re happy with the support they’ve seen so far.

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