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Ottawa Food & Wine Festival 2015



This past weekend, Ottawa was home to the second annual spring edition of the Wine & Food Festival featuring local microbreweries, the best wines for spring/summer, culinary and beverage demonstrations, and fabulous food trucks. My foodie partner in crime and I made our way up to indulge in what Ottawa had to offer on the Friday and let me tell you, I now know I am obsessed with food trucks and all their unique creations. From asian inspired cuisine to classic Canadian comfort food, it was no difficult task to pick what we wanted to sample.

A few snapshots of the festival:

All I wanted to say was, "Can I have some more please?" Who knew Filipino was so darn good!

{Philippine Adobo Balls | Meryanda Food Truck}

{Ottawa Streat Gourmet Food Truck}

If only food trucks delivered, I'd be getting the pulled pork beignet like meow!

{Pulled Pork Beignet & Lobster Bacon Poutine}

Cheese curds, bacon and lobster are the best combination ever! All I can say is major comfort food!

{Lobster Bacon Poutine | Grilled Cheeserie Food Truck}

Though there weren't a lot of local Ontario wines present, I did indeed manage to find a nice glass of dry Riesling to satisfy my thirst.

{Wine booth}

Did you know there's a cheese curd festival in Eastern Ontario? Oh my!

{St. Albert's Cheese}

I'm not a beer gal but I do enjoy a pint here and there.

{Beau's Brewery}

For more information: www.ottawawineandfoodfestival.com
Rosalyn Gambhir
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