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Community Feasts
« on: Nov 25, 2015, 06:10:10 PM »

Starting late Wednesday evening the Dream Chasing Foundation, and its various arms and partners began setting up community meals throughout the city.

Trestle tables loaded down with a wide variety of mains and sides and desserts stretched four long, end to end and were set up under large pavilion tents in empty lots, or in empty store fronts. Seating, tables, dinner ware and flat ware are provided as well. The chill was taken out of the air by murmured spells set to last through the day.

There are no requirements for taken up a chair and filling a plate. For those who asked take-away plates were available as well.

By end of day on Thursday the pop-up buffets were broken down, the left overs distributed to anyone in need of the extra, and the set-up sites were returned to better-than-before condition.
 It's pretty much like a green pepper.'s yellow!    Popular in the summer, a sweet, light, watery fruit with black seeds.    A thick, shimmering silver bracelet with tiny acorns. The acorns hold tiny clappers, making each movement of the wrist sound as if it was tinkling water.    RhyDin's finest home made brew. Random and questionable contents which all lead to the same thing: getting stupefied drunk. Warning label reads: May cause fire breathing, murderous rampages, embarassing confessions, illusions of grandeur, overly affectionate thoughts and gut rot. Drink at your own risk.    It's pretty much like a green pepper...only red. Some say red peppers are sweeter and have a different taste than green or yellow.    A green apple, sweet and tart. Perfect for baking or snacking on.    An odd, spiky plant with bitter outer skin and useless green top--but magnificently sweet and flavorful inside that makes a great snack and juice; possibly a weapon.   A tasty and fun-gi. Mushrooms can be added to any food, cooked or raw. This one does not come with hallucinations or poisons.    A trout grilled on a stick over a fire until it is crispy and golden. Lightly sprinkled with sea salt and cracked pepper.    Sweet, crunchy vegetable good for sides, salads and more.    A versatile vegetable for cakes, stews, meals and rabbits.    Oblong, yellow food that should be peeled before eating sweet insides. Also great for comedy.    Acorns are bitter--but can sustain any traveler desperate for food. Or grow your very own tree!    It's a strawberry. A single strawberry. It's rather tasty.    One fabulously soft, ripe pear. Don't leave it in a backpack or it'll turn into mush!   Delicious grapes, small, round objects of sweetness. A great snack no matter the circumstances. Although, once you eat these, you'll have to get more.   
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