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Salami, mustard, and lettuce on a garlic pesto wrap. This is my lunch for a whole week, and then I will switch it up the following week to a chicken salad or turkey. I have to admit, I am doing this more for the frugal part and not necessarily the green part, but if I am being green too, well then good for me and good for the earth. I use the same cooler, icepack, and have recently switched to recycled aluminum foil to package the wrap I make. If …

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Recipe: Taco Chili Pie

Before sharing the first of what I hope to be many recipes with you, I would like to introduce myself and let you know what you can expect here at “A Readable Feast.” My name is Jodi Kasten. I’m a writer who has lived in Jacksonville for ten years. I share a home in Arlington with my husband Phoenix and four children ages 11, 10, 3 and 2.
My goal with this blog will be to take you along with us as we explore all of the food possibilities that Jacksonville …

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[28 Apr 2009 | Comments Off | ]
World of Nations Celebration 2009

World of Nations Celebration 2009
Location: Metropolitan Park
Link out: Click here
Description:
Join your friends and neighbors on an exciting trip around the globe at the 17th Annual World of Nations Celebration. Journey with us as we celebrate the rich cultural traditions and unique heritage of people from around the world. As you travel through the World of Nations, experience the cuisine, artistry and customs from lands near and far. Admission is $5 (One-Day Ticket to the World) and $7 (Two-Day pass). Children ages 3 and under are free. The Friday night …

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Eating Our Way Through the Riverside Arts Market

On Saturday April 11th, the six of us crossed the river to check out
the overnight sensation called the Riverside Arts Market.
This collection of dozens of booths greatly resembles the Riverside Arts
Festival held in Riverside Park each year.
We didn’t have any trouble parking thanks to the new crop of office buildings
lining the river these days.
The kids piled out of the car and we walked less than a block to the
shadow of the Fuller Warren Bridge.
Putting the market under the bridge was a real stroke of genius.
There are several rows of dozens of …

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NY Style Pizza in Jacksonville

My first complaint would be that one thing Jacksonville does lack is a true brick oven pizza place. A visit to Patsy’s, John’s or Grimaldi’s in NYC would be enough to turn anyone into a pizza snob. I have posted their links below if you feel like torturing yourself. These are the types of places where you wait 2 hours to just get seated and order a pie and you don’t even complain. Another thing Jacksonville is lacking is the selection of items that almost every pizzeria in NYC has: …

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Football Food Around the World

Combining two of the things that I enjoy most in this world is represented in the following article on Goal.com, football and food. It takes you from the Americas, Africa, Europe and all the way to Asia to tell you about some of the most traditional stadium foods the world has to offer. I particularly think the food offered in European stadiums, such as Italy and Germany would be right up my food alley. Take a look at this article and see what stadium food would make that game the …

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