Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show.
The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted.
Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood Dogs with lashings of tomato sauce and salt or the sensationally sweet taste of cream and waffle cones or the sugary treats of churros and fairy floss - everyone has a show time favourite.
Cooking fresh hot chips runs in the blood of Clyde Horrex and he knows the secret to keep the crowds coming back.
Mr Horrex said there was a story behind his family's hot chip business which spans across three generations.
"In 1948, two years after the war, there was no food at the shows," he said.
"My family at the time were there and pulled out a bag of potatoes, cut them up and made chips.
"They tasted so good, people said they should sell them and years later here we are."
He said to this day people were able to see at least three generations standing behind the counter serving the show-goers fresh hot chips.
The top five foods not to miss at the show:
1. Dagwood Dogs - Also known as Pluto Pups, Corn Dogs and Dippy Dogs.
Luke and Holly Brown love a good dog covered in sauce.
2. Waffle cones and cream
Gemma Patrucco proves you're never too old for a cone.
Florance DaBlanc and Lilly Mineo have been making churros at the Bundaberg Show for years and they like to brag they are the only ones available.
4. Fairy floss
D'Hani and Marley Valzan enjoy a bag full of the sweet stuff.
5. Hot chips
Sarah Kinnest and Allana Myers from Gayndah tuck in to some fresh hot chips