The 12th annual Taste of Lebanon, Waterbury Ct

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The 12th annual Taste of Lebanon Fall Festival will be held this weekend, Sept 16, 17 & 18 at Our Lady of Lebanon Church, 8 East Mountain Rd, Waterbury Ct.

Taste authentic Lebanese cuisine at the Lebanese Food Festival on the church grounds.

The three-Day outdoor and indoor festival in its Twelfth year will have Lebanese food, entertainment by a group of Folklore Dancers, a showing of Lebanon's traditions and customs, as well as children and family activities, like face painting, dance lessons and board games. There will also be a raffle for valuable prizes.

The festival HOURS;
Friday   6 pm to Midnight
Saturday, 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Sunday, Following 10 AM mass to 7 PM

Our Lady of Lebanon Church, 8 East Mountain Rd, Waterbury Ct

ABOUT OUR LADY OF LEBANON

Our Lady of Lebanon is a Lebanese-Maronite church dedicated to promoting an understanding of the Lebanese culture and the Maronite faith.

Some of the dishes being served:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The vertical grill is a typical Middle Eastern barbecue.

Thin layers of beef, chicken or lamb are placed on the skewer, seasoned, and slowly rotates in front of an electric element. The juices continue to keep the meat moistened.

As the outside cooks, it is shaved off, placed into a pita bread and is combined with lettuce, tomato, and seasoned with a tahini sauce.

The Greek people call this gyro.

Come and enjoy a taste of something different.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Taste of Lebanon Fall Festival, Sept 16, 17 & 18

Our Lady of Lebanon Church, 8 East Mountain Rd, Waterbury Ct

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Barbara Todaro
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Good morning, Ed....Lebanese food is similar to Armenian food....those stuffed grape leaves were ours first!!!  did you know you can only pick them for this purpose during the week of June 23???  they're tough after that....more than you needed or wanted to know, I'm sure!! ha

Sep 14, 2011 12:32 AM #1
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Great food. And looks like a good time. Have fun. Network and sell many homes. Good luck
Sep 14, 2011 12:34 AM #2
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Good morning Ed;  I have not  had breakfast yet, can you email some of this to my computer?  Looks good.

Sep 14, 2011 12:47 AM #3
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Barbara, I have it on good authority, My wife, that you're wrong on both accounts. The Greeks and Armenians all copied it from the Phoenicians, the descendants of whom are the Lebanese. As for the grape leaves, by mid June the leaves are not as tender, but my wife has picked them later than that. We have an Uncle that has a grape arbor in his yard, and my wife will pick the leaves towards the end of the trailer, which will always be the youngest and most tender.

Josh, this community has been very good to me

Ken coming right up, but my favorite, the schwarma would be a little heavy for breakfast

Sep 14, 2011 12:59 AM #4
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I must admit that this is one ethnic food that I've never experienced. If I was in your neck of the woods this weekend, I'd definitely give it a try though.

Sep 14, 2011 01:09 AM #5
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Now i know what your two were arguing about today ED!!  Those grape leaves and the Lebanese vs. Armenian struggle...whatever..as long as they are good is what matters ...i know you two feel differently!

Sep 14, 2011 12:23 PM #6
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Ed I remember this from last year.  The food looks real good, I am starting to feel the pounds :)

Sep 14, 2011 01:43 PM #7
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I came here too to read about the grape leaves after listening to you and Barbara "discuss" this today!  The food looks delicious!

Sep 14, 2011 01:48 PM #8
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Craig, when you get over to the Charlotte areas, there are some Middle Eastern restaurants that serve this type of food, none of it in buns, though

Ginny, it wasn't an argument, it was a spirited conversation held the Middle Eastern way. My wife was born over there, while Barbara may have the heritage, she was born in this country so here recollections lack authenticity.

George, it is actually healthy food, so you wouldn't feel the pounds. Nothing is fried, and the ingredients are all natural. Now the deserts, that's another thing all together

Christine, it was a pleasure to meet you in person in Foxboro

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