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Can a veteran tell me anything about the food vending? I'm interested in finding out what might be available in terms of local foods, stuff that I wouldn't find in California.

Yes, I've already heard about the Wanee Nectar. I'm on board.

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aerocha wrote:
Can a veteran tell me anything about the food vending? I'm interested in finding out what might be available in terms of local foods, stuff that I wouldn't find in California.

Yes, I've already heard about the Wanee Nectar. I'm on board.



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aerocha wrote:
Can a veteran tell me anything about the food vending? I'm interested in finding out what might be available in terms of local foods, stuff that I wouldn't find in California.

Yes, I've already heard about the Wanee Nectar. I'm on board.



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LOL, about 20 years ago in my home town, there was a bar that had gator burgers. I had one, pretty good.

They make gator-wings outta those legs?

Possibly pickled gator feet?

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Mellow Mushroom was there last year. It's an award winning small pizza chain in the south. Very, very good pizza, and a fitting name for the festival.


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Mellow Mushroom was there last year. It's an award winning small pizza chain in the south. Very, very good pizza, and a fitting name for the festival.


I'll have to try some of that. I just want to be sure that I can get a little local favor and experience some Florida culture.

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In the area, not necessarily at the fest, you'll see road side stands selling Georgia peaches and pecans and Vidalia onions and orange blossom honey and that sort of thing. Good stuff. True Florida..


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kujobie wrote:
In the area, not necessarily at the fest, you'll see road side stands selling Georgia peaches and pecans and Vidalia onions and orange blossom honey and that sort of thing. Good stuff. True Florida..

cool! I love all of those things!

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smoked turkey legs, yall prolly have them but they are delicious anyway, and you look so manly holding a 1/4 of a f!*kin turkey, gnashing away with a half crazed, fully blitzed look on your mug at around 2:30am staggering thru the woods only able to make primitive grunting sounds at your fellow freaks passing by.

Also like kujo said, you can stop at like a truckstop on the way, or even better if you could find a lil country store, mom/pop type establishment to get some local goodies from

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smoked turkey legs, yall prolly have them but they are delicious anyway, and you look so manly holding a 1/4 of a f!*kin turkey, gnashing away with a half crazed, fully blitzed look on your mug at around 2:30am staggering thru the woods only able to make primitive grunting sounds at your fellow freaks passing by.

Also like kujo said, you can stop at like a truckstop on the way, or even better if you could find a lil country store, mom/pop type establishment to get some local goodies from


I've only done the turkey legs at home, but have seen them at Disneyland.

Thanks for the suggestion about the Mom&Pop stores, there should be a couple of those between the airport in JAX and Live Oak. The local honey is sounding good, not that it'll make it home, but I'll surely enjoy it.

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yea local honey is very good, one of my fave foods. I live in south MS and i know a couple people with bees, and they make different types of honey at different times of the year. Cant beat a good fresh jar of locust honey with a huge chunk of comb in it, wow

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