A delicious spin on
macaroni and cheese
My wife and I certainly didn't.
The Eat Real Festival provided everyone who attended with an opportunity to support a lot of inspired culinary artisans. It was also a chance to learn about the craft of making food, and to sample a lot of tasty, fresh, handmade food ~ everything from fish tacos and paella to pork belly buns and gumbo. Even vegan ice cream.
Food options at the East Real Festival were plentiful ~ there were nearly 100 different food vendors spread across the festival site ~ and in searching for something as common as a taco, one could choose many different variations, from Hawaiian to Indian to Korean.
|BBQ pulled pork slider|
and grilled sweet corn
from Jim 'N Nicks
Fresh-baked, sustainable, yummy
Like the rest of Eat Real, the mac and cheese at Homeroom was pretty awesome.