"I'm so excited to have this," Darlene Walton said. "It's created a little excitement as well."
Darlene brought the cooking presentations to fair after participating in a similar one in Dallas. And she says it's good for businesses and locals.
"It's making everyone aware of some of the restaurants that are in town," she explained. "And we have quite a few new restaurants in town."
Each demonstration showcases a restaurant, showing locals how to do-it-yourself in the kitchen.
"The restaurants are gracious enough to come out here and share some of their tips and bringing it down for you to make it at home," Darlene said.
While the sessions are designed to give cooking tips, presenters hope that people will also take home tips that they can use at home.
"That they take away a little insight of how things are done in a restaurant as well," said Darlene. "And also some nutritional value, too. That we have some of these places coming in and sharing with us."
By showing people more tips for eating in, Darlene says she hopes that will bring families together by bringing them together at the dinner table.