The Sweet Spot, Peach Festival, Lewiston, New York. September 10, 2011. (Photo by Betsy).
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When we visited my daughter and her husband a couple of weeks ago, they took us to the Peach Festival in Lewiston, New York. The Peach Festival was interesting, and is fairly typical of small-town American festivals.
One thing Americans like to do is eat, and the Peach Festival had a wide variety of different foods for just about every conceivable taste. The Sweet Spot (above) had things for those with a sweet tooth.
This booth would have been as much at home in Louisiana as it was in New York. Peach Festival, Lewiston, New York. September 10, 2011.
Some places offered a wide variety of different foods.
I didn't see anyone ordering the Garlic Meatloaf Sandwich. Peach Festival, Lewiston, New York. September 10, 2011.
I’m not sure I want to try that Garlic Meatloaf Sandwich!
Barbecued turkey legs and corn on the cob. Peach Festival, Lewiston, New York. September 10, 2011.
Barbecued turkey legs and grilled corn on the cob are uniquely American treats.
Preparing Italian sausages. September 10, 2011.
The booth selling Italian sausages was busy preparing for a lot of customers. The aroma started to make me hungry.
Peppers and onions. Peach Festival, Lewiston, New York. September 10, 2011.
Stir-fried onions and peppers were available as garnishes for the sausages.
Did you note anything strange about this visit to the Peach Festival? There are no pictures of peaches. I saw only one booth with peaches, and I didn’t get a picture!