Eat Real Festival 2011 – Day 2 of 2

The next day (Sunday) I came back to the Eat Real Festival……..after lunch………for dessert.

One of the first trucks I saw was a familiar one: Kung Fu Tacos.  Their regular lunch spot is a couple of blocks from where I work.  Interestingly enough, they were selling t-shirts!  I was hunting for a food truck t-shirt, especially the black one from Chairman Bao….but every time I frequent the truck, they say they’re out of t-shirts.  Thanks for pulling through with the t-shirts Kung Fu Tacos!  I love the street design and Melody/Emily love pointing out the location of where Daddy works.

Kika’s Treats was my next stop.  I had Gourmet S’mores which was a chocolatey cookie on top with softened marshmallow (you can request how “soft” or torched you want it) and graham cracker.

Fat Face Popsicles from my alma-mater town of Davis followed.  I had a Blueberry Lemon Yogurt Popsicle which had sweet blueberries and creamy tartness from the lemon yogurt.  I’m a sucker for fruit.

Laloo’s Goat Milk Ice Cream was next.  I had a scoop of the Strawberry Darling with Balsamico (balsamic vinegar which deceptively looked like fudge) which gave it quite the interesting and unique taste.

I was looking for a Dulce de Leche Empanada from El Porteno Empanadas, but since the line was quite lengthy, Scream Sorbet was my final stop before heading back home.  You can taste free samples before deciding to delve into the flavors you wish to buy.  I had a scoop of the yummy Pink Pearl Apple and a scoop of the Coconut Lime Basil which had a strong taste of basil and some lime, but couldn’t really taste the coconut.

Thank you Eat Real for a wonderful sampling of food this year.  Until next year…

– Norm

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