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Here at A Taste of Nostalgia, creating sweet treats is our passion. We use only the finest and freshest ingredients to create treats that will melt in your mouth, fill your
belly and bring back memories that will warm your heart. Homemade taste with a modern day twist!!! A Taste of Nostalgia provides delicious desserts while reminding you of some of your fondest memories

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Sheba Family is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. She will be offering free yoga classes during the event.

Green Truck believes that a healthy environment is essential to healthy living. Here are just a few ways Green Truck is helping make our planet a happier and healthier place for generations to come:

Runnin’ on veggie. The vegetable oil we use in cooking our foods is used to power our food trucks the next day.

Sun power. Our commissary kitchen is solar-powered. And if it’s a really sunny day and we’ve generated more energy than we need, we give it back to the grid.

Say no to plastic and Styrofoam. All of our packaging and utensils are either recyclable or compostable. Your utensils are in fact made out of potato starch. (But no, they’re not edible.)

Speaking of compost. The packaging and utensils we compost are delivered back to the farms from which we source our ingredients. In turn, the compost is used to grow more food. It’s a circle of life sort of thing.

Stuart Barasch is a social security and disability lawyer with 33 years of experience practicing law. He maintains a law practice in both Los Angeles and Miami Beach.