Savor authentic tastes of Latin America and the Caribbean this weekend at the Organization of Women of the Americas' annual food festival, an outdoor fete that features the yummy culinary staples from nearly 30 nations and raises money for charity.On the menu are tacos from Mexico; feijoada, a black bean and meat stew from Brazil; ceviche from Peru; and even cocktails such as caipirinhas and pisco sours. And the food doesn't come from the usual restaurants you see at food festivals: The embassies and ambassadors' residences prepare it from scratch, in their kitchens. For information, call 202-458-3719.
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Organization of American States, 17th Street at Constitution Avenue NW. For information, call 202-458-3719. Free admission; food costs $2 to $8. 0 Comments
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