Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Culinary Carnivale- South American Festival, Fairlfield NSW

 Sydney never runs out of festivals throughout the year and that's just one of the things I love about living in this city. It's truly a vibrant, colourful and exciting place to be. 
In its second year, the South American Festival enlivened and transformed Fairlfield town centre with its bold and colourful cultural celebrations. Everywhere people were dancing, rushing to join the queues for South American treats, enjoying their churros or simply having fun.
I loved the live performances and the array of authentic props and costumes.
Of course, I also took the opportunity to try out some new foods.

Chilean food stall selling South American hot sauces.

Tasty empanadas at La Paula

South American drinks.
Chica Morada is a popular sweet Peruvian beverage made from purple corn, fruits, cinnamon, cloves and sugar. 

Lovely handmade dolls


Churros! Great served with hot chocolate. Hmmmm... delicioso!

South American dance with rhythmic tapping of the feet.

La Torre Cakes

Caramel Cake and Caramel Horn

Prinsepe Humberto

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