Tucson Meet Yourself 

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Some of the food, people and art featured at 2015 Tucson Meet Yourself.
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Velvety turkish ice cream kept things cool with a show on Sunday, Oct. 11.
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Takoyaki from Japan offered octopus-filled fried dumplings topped with wiggling bonito flakes.
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Cooking up takoyaki behind the scenes.
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Live weaving projects demonstrated the craftsmanship of cultural textiles.
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This part-finished rug showed the process of making an intricate piece like this.
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Curry goat and carrot juice offered the flavors of Jamaica.
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Boba-filled tea cooled down attendees on the hot sunny, day.
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It may not be the most exotic, but freshly roasted corn was pretty irresistible.
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Many vendors brought handmade pottery to Tucson Meet Yourself.
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Outside, the bao was light and fluffy.
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Inside, the bao was filled with tender, flavorful char siu pork.
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Simply named "meat stick," this Vietnamese take on barbecue stood out with an explosively flavorful marinade.
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Bright, colorful crepe paper flower showed off some of the beauty of Mexican crafts.
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A group of women expertly rolled out Turkish bread to be cooked over a live fire.
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Soul food showed up in the form of mac and cheese, fried catfish and peach cobbler.
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Craftsman meticulously handpainted plates in front of crowds.
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The Costa Rican chicken tamal had rice, olives, chick peas, carrots and peppers studded into the soft masa.
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The Friends of Tucson's Birthplace offered some knowledge on heirloom plantlife in Tucson.
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Ranching is definitely a part of Tucson's past and present and this handmade rope display showcased that.
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This Filipino turon may not look like much, but inside the crunchy egg roll wrapped sat a melty, hot banana covered in cinnamon sugar.
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Attendees enjoyed piping hot paella.
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Crispy Polish potato pancakes were served with apple sauce and sour cream.
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Many stands offered their take on the barbecue, including this grilled chicken from Laos.
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Velvety turkish ice cream kept things cool with a show on Sunday, Oct. 11.

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