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Festival food? - August 10th 2015, 01:53 PM

So festival food is expensive as heck! We can't take those disposable BBQ's so...

What food is best to take? I think we're buying a portable kettle or borrowing someone's.

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Re: Festival food? - August 10th 2015, 06:21 PM

Maybe bring some sandwiches and chips. Yea festival food can be very pricey. Also I would bring lots of drinks if you have a cooler. Things to keep you hydrated. Also lots snacks that are good even if they get warm. Hope this helps.
   
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Re: Festival food? - August 11th 2015, 02:03 AM

Festival food definitely tends to be more on the expensive side so taking your own food is a good idea.

You can bring fruit like apples and oranges or granola bars and trail mix etc. Those ideas are mainly snacks but you can bring basically anything that'll keep fresh for awhile. Chips and sandwiches like Jake said is a good idea. Do you have an insulated lunch bag or one of those thermal containers? If so, you'd have a wider variety of foods to carry such as a salad and sandwiches with meat that'd stay fresh and safe to eat for longer.

Best of luck in finding foods for the festival. Hope you have a good time!
   
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Re: Festival food? - August 14th 2015, 12:31 AM

A protein bar might be good! It can take care of your base needs, but if you want to get an ice cream or fries there, you won't be too full. At those kind of things, I usually end up not getting a meal, but I may get a snack so I don't like being too full.


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Re: Festival food? - August 14th 2015, 01:10 AM

Cider and custard creams
   
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Re: Festival food? - August 26th 2015, 07:38 PM

When is your festival? If it isn't too late, I'd add a little.

I like the idea of cider. There also may be those appetizers like kibbeh
and sambousek
and my favorite yebrah
These are foods I really like...I am unsure of the names in English, as these are Middle Eastern foods.
But I wonder what constitutes as festival food? How is it different from regular food?
   
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Re: Festival food? - August 31st 2015, 10:40 PM

Cereal bars? And maybe buy a trangia stove and take things like pasta and packets of sauce and beans etc.


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