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Grand Carnivale Food Tasting Card Deal: 6 for $30! 

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Are you ready to savor the authentic tastes featured at Kings Island’s all-new Grand Carnivale? If so, you’ll want to get the Grand Carnivale Food Tasting card.

This card is a great value because you can enjoy six food tastings of your choice from among the following five countries featured at Grand Carnivale:

CHINA

  • Szechuan Beef Bao -- Bun Steamed bun, with Gochujang glazed beef short rib and pickled cabbage.
  • Emperor’s Chinese Spare Ribs -- Slow cooked chili-rubbed pork ribs, glazed with sweet, sticky sauce.
  • Chinese Donuts -- Golden fried dough, rolled in cinnamon sugar, served with sweet coconut sauce.

FRANCE

  • Crêpe Monsieur -- Ham and Gruyere crepe, topped with Béchamel sauce. 
  • Crêpe Fraise & Chocolate -- Filled with NUTELLA® and sliced strawberries.
  • Profiteroles -- Delicate Cream Puff, filled with Chantilly cream, dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled with chocolate sauce.

GERMANY

  • Bratwurst with Kraut -- Beer braised Brat, served with homemade kraut on a crusty roll.
  • Bier Käse Spätzle -- Bavarian noodles, tossed in a creamy beer cheese sauce topped with crispy onions.
  • Apple Strudel -- Sautéed cinnamon apples with brown sugar, Schlagsahn (whipped cream) and crispy strudel crown.

INDIA

  • Vegetable Samosas -- Crispy pastry filled with potato and peas, served with mango chutney.
  • Tandoori Chicken -- Tacos Spiced chicken over toasted Naan, garnished with cilantro, radish and yogurt sauce. 
  • Banana Baji -- Sweet curry batter dipped fried banana, dusted with chocolate sugar.

ITALY

  • Mama’s Meatballs -- Simmered in Marinara, served on garlic toast with shaved parmesan.
  • Roman Suppli -- Fried rice balls, stuffed with cheese and pepper served with Marinara sauce.
  • Cannoli -- Crunchy rolled pastry shell, filled with sweetened ricotta, garnished with chocolate chips and crushed pistachio pieces.

The food tasting card costs $30 and can be purchased in advance online or at any of the Grand Carnivale food booths.

Grand Carnivale runs daily through July 7 with the celebration beginning at 5 p.m. each day on International Street. 

 

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