was the produce
and the french bread pizza GODS!!!
Oh yea..Im going to love this thread!!!
mmm remember "The Burrito People" that was some good fresh food in the lot
also, the guy who had the oven in his bus who made the french bread pizza. yummy
"The bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began.."
Thanks for the link to Beth's cookbook! I keep trying to get her here, but she is SO BUSY!!! She still has a few on hand for sale, just FYI. Strange coincidence......I just saw one for sale on eBay a day or 2 ago.....they had my name spelled wrong so I emailed them and they corrected it!!!
And she's pulling in the driveway........
I sold "Sunshine Stew", at Alpine Valley. in the '80's. It was a blend of every fruit my friend Amy and I could find, chopped into bite size peices, kept cold with freezer packs and ice, then sold by the cup, and after the fruit was gone we sold the juice. The sale went very well and it was healthy, fun and I met soooo many cool people! That is my business name now and it always brings back such awesome memories.
"I'll walk you in the morning sunshine"
Nope, never sold food ever.
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This is too funny. I have been known to sell many-a-grilled cheese back in the day at shows. If I may be so bold as to shamelessly advertise, this summer me and my possy have decided to go with the veggie burittos or quesadillas at 10,000 Lakes Festival. If anyone's going to 10klf, look for the White VW Bus with Illinois plates and Dead stickers all over it. We'll be sellin some kind veggie burritos, and fatty brews. (all of which will be $3 ea.or 2 for $5) Mention this post, and I'll hook you up big. Peace- William-O
I keep waiting to see Beth in these forums! I was thinking of her as I typed this, and all the cool recipes and pictures in that cookbook.
There's a Kind Veggie Burritos cookbook: