Had a great time with Jane at opening day for the Festival of Nations. We shopped at my favorite Ecuadorian clothing booth. I bought four more of the cotton shirts I dearly love. Went a little crazy this year and bought a red one! I usually stick to white.
The food booths have expanded and they can no longer accomodate all of them on food row, so they are in several additional locations. One of this year's new food offerings...
I took that picture for Jerry and Doug. :grin: Believe it or not, I didn't even ask them what Canadian 'speciality' they were offering. Any guesses?
I filled up on my two favorites: Eritrean and Haitian.
I had a full meal at the Eritrean booth. I just can't resist their spoungy flat bread called injera served with zigni (which is a kind of spicy beef stew), mixed veggies, and the best greens this side of Clarksdale, Mississippi!
The reason I love the Haitian booth is summed up with a single word - goat. Kabrit, (roasted goat meat) from the hands of a good Haitian cook is the most sublime thing you will ever taste.
We gave in to the heat before we saw everything we wanted to. With so much left, I'm seriously thinking of going back tomorrow.