Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A food stand cook and two servers stand behind the serving trays in their booth, ready for the rush. The trays are full of meats and vegetables, including corn, with a roast pig on display in the front. Bright yellow signs announce the reasonable prices for a delicious festival meal.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A chef in a head kerchief hands over a container of food to a man with a shaved head at the same time that he takes an order from a woman wearing a striped dress. His food stand has attracted a large, hungry festival crowd eager to sample his culinary offerings.
Serving of food in Dundas West festival in Little Portugal, the festival is a tradition in the city celebrated every year
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: Customers line up at outdoor food stand selling Mexican food. Some of the people are taking time to read the culinary offerings on the yellow and red menu above the booth. A Western Union awning provides shade for the workers who will be cooking and serving the food for hours.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: A food stand chef passes a container of food to a woman, who hands him a bill in exchange. Beside her, a roast pig wearing a pink ribbon is on display among the serving trays, but it looks as though it wants to take a bite out of her purse.
Salsa on St. Saint Clair Festival Scenes: Two men in chefís aprons do a final check on the appearance of their festival food stand while a woman waits inside the booth. Bright yellow signs under a Western Union banner advertise a variety of Mexican dishes for sale. The front of the booth showcases large Mexican and Canadian flags.