The Delmarva Chicken Festival is a yearly occasion supported by Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc began in 1948 with the reason for publicizing the Delmarva Peninsula with an accentuation on its seemingly most critical rural undertaking, raising chickens. The two-day occasion facilitated in different districts on Delmarva highlights expos, expressions and artworks, fair, stimulation, and sustenance concessions. Chicken is, obviously, the included sustenance, yet french fries, old fashioned corn, channel cake, frozen yogurt, pot corn, and crisp crushed lemonade are other nearby top picks.
About three tons of chicken are cooked every year on the planet's biggest griddle. The container made its introduction at the second yearly celebration in 1950. The first and unique dish was utilized and made by the Mumford Sheet Metal Company in Selbyville, Delaware. It was ten feet in distance across and had an eight-foot handle, weighed 650 pounds and could hold 800 chicken quarters. The 60th Annual Delmarva Chicken Festival occurred June 19 and 20, 2009 in Centreville, Maryland, United States.