Sunday, July 26, 2009

Featured Vendor: Tater Tart

Jessica Porter's Tater Tart booth will be featuring a delicious twist on the "tater tot." More info is available at Here's Jessica's menu:

Tater Tarts: light and crispy pockets filled with herbaceous mashed potatoes and served with a variety of delicious sauces. These ain't your momma's mashers! 3 for 3 bucks.

Summer Squash Slaw: a mix of green and yellow zucchini tossed with a tangy summer dressing and fresh herbs. 1 buck.
Raspberry Rosemary-Mint Soda: sweet fizzy magic in a cup. 2 bucks.

About Jessica:

Jessica Porter M.A. (facilitatertartist extraordinaire)

A self-identified food enthusiast, which is fancy speak for "I like to eat...A LOT," Jessica started Tater Tart as a way to combine her passion for food, art, women's rights, street life and social change.

Originally from Willapa Bay in Southwestern WA, Jessica is a mixed heritage member of the Chinook Indian Nation. She derives much of her culinary inspiration from her mixed experience with local native plants and foods from her family's garden growing up.

When Jessica's not slinging street food, you can find her facilitating grad classes and organizational development workshops. That's why her friends started calling her a facilitatertartist, and it stuck.

1 comment:

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