Pitchfork Music Festival in Food

I didn’t get a chance to take photos of all the food, but I did get the important stuff, namely a closeup of the ćevapčići.   What is ćevapčići?  According to Wikipedia…

Ćevapi or ćevapčići (diminutive) is a dish of grilled minced meat kebabs, found in the Balkans. They may be served on a plate or in a flatbread (lepinja or somun), often with chopped onions, sour cream, kajmak, cottage cheese, and so on.

On the grill, they looked like a sausage link sandwich.

They were one of the surprise (not really) hits of the festival, that also featured vegetarian curries, BBQ Tempeh wraps, and usual carnival fare like deep fried cheese curds, corn on the cob, and ribs.  Everyone had something.  Me?  I had my cheese fries with ketchup.

For a full account of my Saturday surrounded by music, food and hipsters, keep an eye out on my personal blog, where more photos will be uploaded to my other flickr account.

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