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Lake Forest resident Erika Vernon (right) receives a sample from Cindy Kienzle (middle) and her daughter Lilly (left), owners of Hungry Monkey, which was a vendor at the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Foodie Fair Sunday, April 14, at the Lake Forest West Train Station. Nicole Carrow/22nd Century Media
Lake Forest residents Rebecca (left) and Michaela Hutchinson decorate cupcakes at the Taste Buds Kitchen booth at the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Foodie Fair Sunday, April 14, at the Lake Forest West Train Station. Nicole Carrow/22nd Century Media
Ben Rivelis (center) receives a sample from Hungry Monkey's booth, while Topher Ryan (left) and Ben Scandella eagerly anticipate their own.
Katu Taits (right), of Lake Forest, decorates a cupcake at the Taste Buds Kitchen booth. Taste Buds Kitchen offers cooking classes for children and adults.
Matilda Scandella (middle), of Glenview, and Tina (left) and Vicky Silva (right), of Northbrook, enjoy their berries from Flowers by Katie Ford.
Katie Copenhaver, Freelance Reporter
3:00 am CDT April 16, 2019
Attendees and vendors at the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Foodie Fair were dreaming of summer as a late season snow piled up outside Sunday, April 14, at the Lake Forest West Train Station.