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Immerse your teeth in 50 new foods at this year's Calgary Stampede



Already this time, Calgary.

There are only 50 days until all of them slip on their boots and grab the cowboy hats from their closet to Calgary. To mark the countdown, 50 of the spicy, sweet and courageous treats were revealed and there are some exciting items on the list.

At the top of the well-rounded list of pickles, such as ice cream from ice pickles, ice cream and cotton candy, James Radke, the mid-operations manager, said they also diversified their selection of mini-donuts include cinnamon and white chocolate. mini-donuts for cheesecake.

"In 2012, we had only three trucks here for food, and this year in our park we will actually have 22 trucks for food and altogether we have 175 food booths," Radke said. "Food lorries change the revolution of food, introducing more unique foods and challenging foods … Our food perspective is changing."

With a few of the foods waiting to be taken, this reporter was ready to try everything.

This year, Food Network Canada launches "Take a Bite Outta Stampede", offering guests a unique way to navigate in the middle of smorg. That's why I started my own food tour at The Happy Fish Truck where they gave me one of the coolest things of the day: frog legs on a stick. But not just frog legs, Fribins, Flamin.

I never ate frog's legs, so I was nervous to take my first bite of the dusty limbs, but it was not as terrible as I thought. It was surprisingly really tasty!

Calgary Herald reporter Stephanie Bebich tries Flamin's Frog Legs to be one of the 50 new foods that will be available at Calgary Stampe this year. The Calgary Stampede reviewed some of the food at noon on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Gavin Young / Postmedia

But as well as frog's legs, I was excited about the next thing on my list. I have four words for you: creamy lobster truffle dumplings.

What else should I say? The dish made by The Dumpling Hero comes with a few dumplings that are stuffed with lobsters, cream cheese, etc. After they are covered with spicy truffles of mayonnaise and served with a lobster tail. It was tasty. I almost began to cry when half a knuckle fell from my fork and landed with a finger on the ground.

Truffle lobster cream is one of the 50 new foods that will be available at Calgary Stampe this year. The Calgary Stampede reviewed some of the food at noon on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Gavin Young / Postmedia

I had tried some spicy products, and so far both of these foods exceeded my expectations, but now it was time to try some of the sweet treats.

First of all, the sweet list was Cookie Dough YYC chocolate drink, which is essentially a donut sandwich full of chocolate cookie dough. My sweet tooth thanked me until I finished the whole donut.

Calgary Herald reporter Stephanie Bebic takes a cookie dough in a donut, one of the 50 new foods that will be available at Calgary Stampe this year. The Calgary Stampede reviewed some of the food at noon on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Gavin Young / Postmedia

If you do not like downloading a whole donut like me, they have a more portable and shared option: a cookie dough is immersed in mini-cookies. I could not stop eating them.

I washed everything with lemonade of pink squeezed rose, which was a beautiful drink and had a pleasant colorful taste.

Lemonade of raspberry rose with edible flowers is from 50 new foods that will be available in Calgary Stampe this year. The Calgary Stampede reviewed some of the food at noon on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Gavin Young / Postmedia

As we tasted other foods, I heard people discussing the pizza with bombs, and at the time I reached the Pizza 73, I was curious to know what that was about. They served me a piece of pizza with honey-based Sriracha base, pepperoni, bacon, maraschino cherries and sprinkled Shock Rocks popping candy on the top.

The pizza made noisy noises and I was suddenly afraid to eat. But I did, and it was definitely an experience. There is heat from Sriracha while you hit the sweetness of cherries and all the time until your mouth is literally sprayed.

My words after a bite bomb pizza embraced well the sample food: "This is an experience as well as a taste."

Calgary Herald reporter Stephanie Bebich tries a cake with a pop crayon with one of the 50 new foods that will be available at Calgary Stampe this year. The Calgary Stampede reviewed some of the food at noon on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Gavin Young / Postmedia

Suppliers offer not only creative inventions for Wow Factor in Panic Behavior, but also compete for the best new food and daily food awards, highlighting the "best" in a number of categories.

Here is a sample of some of the suggestions (you can see the full menu here).

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The Time of Tako:

Top left, clockwise: Italian Taco, Tipsy Tacos, Caco Candy Taco and Toko from Turkey smoked.

Calgary

Some love it hot:

Top left, clockwise: burning hot feathers, flame, hot Cheetos Corndog, Cherry Bomb Pizza and Flamin's Legs.

Calgary

Ice Cream Sandwiches:

Top left, clockwise: Bug Monster Cup, Beer Butter Ice Cream, Ice Cream and Chocolate Ice Cream.

Calgary

Everything about dogs:

Top left, clockwise: Dog Street Dog, Veggie Corndog, King Spammy and The Snickle Dog.

Calgary

Get down every way:

Top left, clockwise: Mini grain sugars, small donuts, chocolates, small donuts, chocolate chips and white chocolate.

Calgary

For risk taking risk:

Top left, clockwise: fried chicken skins, Octo Lolly, barbecue Chicken hearts on a stick and creamy lobster and truffle meatballs.

Calgary

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