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Innkeeper Debi at the Mango Inn Bed & Breakfast in Lake Worth, Florida. The Taste History Culinary Tour visited the inn for a tour and food tastings.
Mango Inn Bed & Breakfast was visited for the Taste History Culinary Tour of Historic Lake Worth & Lantana, Florida
Innkeeper Judi prepared organic juice for the culinary tour visit at Mango Inn Bed & Breakfast
|Taste History tour director Lori with Debi of the Mango Inn Bed & Breakfast|
Tour guests arriving at The Cottage restaurant located on Lucerne Avenue in Downtown Lake Worth, Florida
Penne alla Vodka was served The Cottage for the Taste History Culinary Tour of Historic Lake Worth.
Tour guests entering the Lake Worth Art League Gallery. The Lake Worth Art League is one of the oldest continuous art leagues in Palm Beach County, Florida
Lake Worth Art League board members greeted and welcomed the guests from the Taste History Culinary Tour
|Lake Worth Art League artist George Taylor|
|Watercoloring by Lake Worth Art League artist George Taylor|
Painting by Lake Worth Art League artist George Taylor. The Lake Worth Art League was visited for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Lake Worth Commissioner Andy Amoroso greeted tour guests at The Juice Bar in Downtown Lake Worth
Organic smoothies at The Juice Bar were tasted for the food tour. Smoothies originated in Brazil and its pureed fruits or vegetables.
|The Juice Bar in Downtown Lake Worth, Florida|
|Sandwich wraps at The Juice Bar were enjoyed by the Taste History tour guests|
The 1921 Hummingbird Hotel on Lucerne Avenue in Downtown Lake Worth is a part of the LULA Arts District. LULA is an acronym for Lucerne and Lake Avenues in the downtown area.
|A western view of Downtown Lake Worth on Lake Avenue.|
The Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery is a cooperative artists gallery in Downtown Lake Worth, Florida. The Taste History Culinary Tour guests were delighted by the visit.
Fish by artist Betty Wilson at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery in Downtown Lake Worth, FL.
Culinary Tour guests at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery in the LULA Arts District of Downtown Lake Worth, Florida
The Irish pub Brogues Down Under in Downtown Lake Worth provided food tastings for the culinary tour.
The Sausage Roll is authentically Australian and New Zealand cuisine that is considered "take-away" food. The sausage rolls were served at Brogues Down Under for the Taste History Culinary Tour visit.
Emily, co-owner of Brogues Down Under in Lake Worth, Florida was dubbed the "Pavlova Pie Queen" in her homeland of Australia.
Shane (left) with his children helping out at Brogues Down Under which is operated by his parents.
|Tour guests viewed the Back Room at Brogues Down Under which is used for private parties.|
|The Tortilleria on-wheels in the Tropical Ridge Neighborhood in Lake Worth, Florida.|
|The Taste History Culinary tour guests at the Tortelleria in Lake Worth.|
Tortillas were sampled at the Tortilleria in Lake Worth, Florida. The tortillas are made from corn flour imported from Mexico.
|Tortillerias are food factories that commercially produce tortillas.|
The family-owned George's Meat Market in Lantana, Florida was established more than 50 years.
|George's Meat Market private label seasoning|
Due to the exceeding popularity of the Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Palm Beach County, the first seven-months sold-out. To meet the demand for the culinary tours, more dates have been added with the tours being expanded to consist of food samplings in historic Lake Worth including Lantana in Palm Beach County, Florida. Therefore, the tours are held at 11am year-round on the second, third and fourth Saturdays of each month, plus private group tours are offered. The Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Delray Beach & Boynton Beach, Florida is offered on the third and fourth Saturdays of each month. And, Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Lake Worth & Lantana is held on the second Saturday of each month, year-round, effective April 14, 2012.
Taste History is sponsored in part by Macy's, the Patricia Ann Ravo Fund and the Boris & Edith Rueger Fund. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
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