Sunday, December 4, 2011

"Wok" Man


Yesterday I went to the Tempe Arts and Crafts Festival in downtown Tempe.  It's the biggest festival of it's kind in the valley and it happens twice a year in the spring and in the fall.  Well, yesterday it felt more like winter.  I think this guy was keeping warm from the steam and all that stir frying action.  It looked like interesting 'fair' food but, it was way too cold for me to eat out doors.  I selected a nice warm pub for lunch instead.

I'll have to watch for this guy at another festival (when it's a bit warmer).  I think I'd like to try his noodles.

15 comments:

Teresa said...

I ate this last year when I was there....YUMMY!

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

I am SO hungry right how and that looks delicious!

brattcat said...

inside a warm pub on a cold day sounds like an excellent choice to me.

Kathy said...

The cook probably didn't know the temps were going to be chilly since he chose a short-sleeved shirt. But maybe all the cooking kept him warm.

Kate said...

Delightful to have good food available during a craft fair, but I would have followed you right into the pub. As a Midwesterner gazing out at our beautiful winter wonderland into which I will soon venture to take a bracing walk, I wonder what temperature it might be to make it too cold for you to eat outside.? I say this with much affection, Sharon, but folks in your part of the country must be weather wimps!!

Birdman said...

Pubs are good choices and I think you can probably find noodles there... and libation!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looks like you made the right choice for your lunch venue Sharon, although those noodles do look sooo good!!

Jarart said...

"Wok man"...good one! It does look good. I'm sure it would have felt quite balmy to me after my snowy, freezing walk in the park yesterday. Kate's comment made me laugh.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Yum, indeed. Looks fantastic.

glenda said...

Great title, it does look delicious! it was very cold yesterday, but I guess we are sort of spoiled.

RedPat said...

That looks scrumptious - I am starving right now. It is +10˚C here and people would eat outside in that if the sun was out but it's raining!!

Regina K said...

This does look good, but a warm pub sounds nice.

Lowell said...

Love arts and crafts fairs if for no other reason than to take interesting photos. Ours was in October and it was quite warm!

We lived in Tempe in 1959...I worked and attended ASU and Lois worked in an office at ASU. In 1960 we bought a Hallcraft home in Scottsdale.

Finished my degree in 1963 and did a year of graduate work before moving to the Midwest.

Randy said...

I wanted to make it down for this festival but with my final just fell at the wrong time. Maybe in the Spring.

Magpie said...

I love community functions like these.