© 2010 by Jack D. Wilson
This annual event was held in the parking lot of Frontier Village courtesy of the main sponsor, Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. Leading restaurants provided taste samples of their cuisine and all proceeds benefited the Yavapai Food Bank. In addition to food, there was a beer garden, a wine bar from Jazzy’s, Starbucks coffee, soda pop and entertainment. There were very large crowds at this event and it could have filled up another large tent. I had a double order of the Pan Seared Salmon with Béarnaise Sauce from the Black Canyon Grille and it was great!Copyright 2010 by Jack D. Wilson.
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Jack D. Wilson first visited Prescott in 1995 and has been a resident since 2000. He took a sojourn into politics and was the mayor of Prescott Arizona from Nov. 2007 – Nov. 2009. He now writes a couple of blogs and is President of the Prescott Frontier Days Community Service Foundation.