Wow. This is a nice compilation of flavors. My husband is Venezuelan and my mom from Jamaica so it was interesting to see Arepas which are a Venezuelan food being sold with Jamaican food. We mix-itt-up all the time. Maybe we can check out this festival next year, if kid friendly.
Thank you so much for your comment. I love to mix it up also, it is always nice to learn and try other cultures. I went around the food stalls and purchased the different foods and we sat down and tried each one…so good! The Arepas were my favorate. I do see some kids at the festival, but mostly adults. Hope to chat again. “One Love”.
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