"My daughter told me I shouldn't be a food judge, because I like everything," new Montgomery County Commissioner Leslie Richards laughed, while taking a break between courses at Foodapalooza Friday night.
This is the fourth year that First Friday Main Line has organized the February food tasting event, held at Haverford Estates. This year, guests had the chance to try dishes from about 15 local businesses including , , Mediterranean Grill, , and an Ardmore newcomer, .
Richards, along with Lower Merion Commissioner Scott Zelov, Radnor Commissioner John Nagle and ElderNet's Linda Fisher, served as "celebrity" guest judges for Foodapalooza's food judging competition. The judges each downed portions of 10 dishes prepared by local restaurants, rating each on taste and presentation.
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