The county of Tarrant, located in the north-central region of the Texas state, was established in 1849 and organized in 1850. It is the fifteenth-most populous county in the country and it was named after Edward H. Tarrant, general of the state who helped expel the Indian tribes from the area. This county has been economically dependent on its tourism, helicopters, planes, foods, electronics, chemicals, and plastic industries; beef cattle, hay, horses, wheat, and horticulture were its primary agricultural products. It also features numerous historical, educational, and recreational sites from various museums, botanical gardens, zoos, cultural, sports, and convention centers, and the famous Six Flags. It is also home to many events such as the Scottish festival, Celtic festival, barbecue cook-offs, and more. Thus, you can find almost all cuisines in this county, from local to international delicacies.