Tag: food

Carrollwood Market

The Carrollwood Market supports local vendors selling what’s made in Tampa Bay! Find a variety of fresh produce, plants, farmed eggs, meats, baked goods, artisan products, lunch bites, local art, handcrafts, and more. Enjoy live music under the trees during this dog-friendly event is fun for all ages. The Carrollwood Market is held the second […]

Blues & BBQ

Have a finger-lickin’ good time with some of Tampa’s best BBQ Food Trucks and rockin’ guitar licks. Blues & BBQ, presented by the Carrollwood Village HOAs, is a free, family-friendly outdoor music festival with live music, food trucks, artisan vendors, games, and more. The Blues 11 a.m. Al “The Blues Barbarian” Farr 12:30 p.m.Golden Coyote 2:30 […]

Carrollwood Market

The Carrollwood Market supports local vendors selling what’s made in Tampa Bay! Find a variety of fresh produce, plants, farmed eggs, meats, baked goods, artisan products, lunch bites, local art, handcrafts, and more. Enjoy live music under the trees during this dog-friendly event is fun for all ages. The Carrollwood Market is held the second […]

Tampa Bay Wine and Food Festival

2024 Tampa Bay Wine & Food Festival The Tampa Bay Wine and Food Festival will take place annually in the spring to celebrate the culinary talents of the incredible chefs and gastronomic masters in Tampa, St. Petersburg, and its surrounding areas. The five-day destination event will feature a variety of experiences that will bring together […]

Tampa Riverfest

Riverfest is a public, two-day, FREE event that is held the first weekend in May each year.  The festival spans the entire length of the Riverwalk including several parks and features family-friendly activities and events showcasing Tampa’s cultural institutions, local musicians and restaurants.  The festival includes Taste of Riverwalk on Friday night and Taco Fest on Saturday.  There […]

The African Roots of American Cuisine

The African Roots of American Cuisine

African American food ways can be traced back to Africa, along the stretches of Olduvai Gorge, from which humans had their common origin and where the first meals were eaten. In this lecture, Dr. Martha Bireda will discuss the journey of African foods from the village, the Middle Passage, into the cabins of the enslaved, […]