here are a few quick shots from the 2011 8th Annual Temescal Street Fair:
bakesale betty stayed open on Sunday to accommodate eaters:
This year’s Taste of Temescal was Tuesday, September 14th. For $30 (proceeds went to the Women’s Cancer Resource Center, Good Cents for Oakland, Lion’s Center for the Blind, Emerson Elementary School, Claremont Middle School and the Oakland Tech PTO) you got about 20 tastings of enough tasty food to get painfully full – if you chose to eat it all yourself. (Note to self: split the ticket next year)
Los Malcriados, playing in front of Aunt Mary’s Cafe:
“Texas Caviar” (black-eyed peas), salpicon (shredded beef? pork?), and a sweet potato bar from Aunt Mary’s Cafe:
Chioke from The Dime
DJ Crimson and The Dime in front of Kasper’s Hot Dogs on 46th:
Raciel from Tara’s Organic Ice Cream serving a variety of flavors – vanilla bean, chocolate, lemon verbena, turkish coffee, blueberry mint, and strawberry and mango sorbets. Blueberry mint’s my favorite, but I went with the sorbet this time.
Barlata had paella again..
The akido institute was not serving food.
Scream Sorbet, who are opening their store “soon”. (it’s all good, they’re still at the farmers markets) I had a delicious citrus fennel sorbet.
Bakesale Betty. I had their chicken pot pie and banana bread, but only ended up with a picture of coffee cups. they are so damned nice.