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Foodie Fest Encinitas

ENCINITAS — Celebrating sustainability — that’s what propelled the second annual Foodie Fest Encinitas on Saturday. Featuring a line up of the who’s who of San Diego County chefs, Foodie Fest Encinitas highlighted sustainable, locally sourced food with live music and art.

The event was hosted at the Lumberyard Shopping Center on Coast Highway 101. The event also helped to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Be on the lookout next year for Foodie Fest Oceanside.

Linda Reed a culinary student preparing to graduate next month from the International Culinary School puts the finishing touches on samples served by the Bistro West restaurant during last Saturday's Foodie Fest Encinitas at the Lumberyard Plaza. Photo by Pat CubelLolita Taub and her husband Josh prepare to sample a ceviche and caviar salad presented by Chandlers restaurant located Hilton Carlsbad Ocean front Resort and Spa at the Foodie Fest Encinitas last Saturday afternoon. Photo by Pat CubelJosh Hockett samples some Odobo and plantains presented by the Q'ero restaurant at last Saturday's Foodie Fest Encinitas. Photo by Pat CubelMike Brown and Sean Hale prepare a sampling of a seasoned smoked salmon, cream cheese served an a specialty cracker that is served at their restaurant the Barrel Republic located in Oceanside at last Saturday's Foodie Fest Encinitas. Photo by Pat Cubel

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