A couple weeks ago was the 92nd Annual West Side Nut Festival. The city claims it is the second largest street festival in the country (next to Mardi Gras). The best thing about the festival is that all of the 130+ food booths are non-profit/charity groups. Many of the booths are churches, schools, band/sport boosters, etc. They all come up with their own menu, and if you can imagine a "fair food", you'll find it there! Our church/school had a booth, and they were selling chocolate covered Oreo truffles, Burgoo, Kuchens, and grilled cheese sandwiches.
We finally made it out to enjoy the festival on Saturday (it runs all day, everyday from Monday-Saturday). That morning there was a pet parade, so we decided to check it out.
Dallas enjoying an apple cider slushy before the parade started.
Until next time...