Food truck festival

Food truck festival
Food
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The biweekly food truck festival in Lincoln, NE at the NW corner of 27th and N St. I wanted to try the new food trucks, Eat Ground Up and A La Carte…especially a La Carte because they have an interesting thing called a Nada Taco, which uses a spongy steamed dough (like in those Asian steamed dumplings) instead of a tortilla. In the event, I didn’t want to spend money, so I just stopped to take pictures and left, noting on my way out that, of the four vendors in this food truck festival, there were only two actual food trucks. The other two were trailers.

Ginger Flower & Food Festival

Ginger Flower & Food Festival
While Christmas tends to add a few extra kilos, those who’ve overindulged can start 2011 on a positive note by heading to the Ginger Flower & Food Festival (from January 20 to 23) at Buderim Ginger’s Sunshine Coast’s Ginger Factory, for some free low-fat cooking demonstrations by one of Australia’s leading low-fat recipe gurus, Annette […]
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Post-festive fun with ‘Round Robin Roulette’
MY old Brownie Guide Handbook (published circa 1973) was full of useful nuggets of information.
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Let’s set our Way Back Machine for the 1970s and take a look at some of the awesome foods that time forgot.
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Fruit & Veggie Festival

Fruit & Veggie Festival
healthy eating habits
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Network for a Healthy California "Champion Mom" Teresa Vazquez, Dr. Nancy Bowen, Dr.Antonio Carbayo, and Northgate Market Manager Rita Roman take part in a ÒToast to HealthÓ Ceremony with fresh fruit juice as part of Santa Ana’s Fruit & Veggie Festival at Northgate Market. The four are partners in Orange County’s Regional Network, which engages businesses, schools, residents and healthcare professionals to influence the community’s eating and exercise habits. Their work concentrates particularly on low-income and Latino communities, who are prone to higher rates of obesity and diabetes.

Fruit & Veggie Festival

Fruit & Veggie Festival
healthy eating habits
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Joey Ayala, a worker for Orange County Regional Network’s Latino Campaign, uses a game and other materials to provide parents and other local residents with healthy eating tips at the Fruit & Veggie Festival. Held outside the Northgate Market, a key grocery store in Santa Ana, the event is part of the Orange County Regional Network’s effort to engage businesses, schools, residents and healthcare professionals to influence community eating and exercise habits. Their work concentrates particularly on low-income and Latino communities, who are prone to higher rates of obesity and diabetes.

Fruit & Veggie Festival

Fruit & Veggie Festival
healthy eating habits
Image by heacphotos
Joey Ayala and Ana Luciano, staff for Orange County Regional Network’s Latino Campaign, use games and other materials to provide parents and other local residents with healthy eating tips at the Fruit & Veggie Festival. Held outside the Northgate Market, a key grocery store in Santa Ana, the event is part of the Orange County Regional Network’s effort to engage businesses, schools, residents and healthcare professionals to influence community eating and exercise habits. Their work concentrates particularly on low-income and Latino communities, who are prone to higher rates of obesity and diabetes.