WIMF 2015: A QUEEN'S JOURNAL REVIEW
THE FOOD Words by Anisa Rawhani
Photos by Ramna Safeer
THE FESTIVAL THE ARTISTS
Along with hamburgers, hot dogs and fries sold by the community centre, two food trucks and bake sale stand were in business on the Saturday of the festival.
PHOTOS & REVIEWS THE PARTY BOAT THE FOOD THE DIRECTOR
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ruben kalaichandran
kia kortelainen
sebastian leck
lauren luchenski
mishal omar
krishna patel
anisa rawhani
ramna safeer
kayla thomson © The Queen's Journal 2015
Burrito Bunker With burritos jammed pack with fresh goodness and a cheery staff, the Burrito Bunker didn't disappoint this year. On the menu were the usual General Cow, Colonel Cluck, Admiral Poisson and Private Produce. But the team added Mexican grilled street corn, frozen chocolate-covered bananas and potato wedges — smothered in guacamole, salsa, sour cream, cheese and jalapeños — onto their menu specially for 
the festival.
Mission Street North Like their fellow food truck, Mission Street North offered a variety of burritos. But the other additions to their 
menu helped add variety to what appeared to be a 
burrito-centric festival. Their fish tacos were particularly noteworthy, with just the right amount of spice. And their delicious homemade nacho chips with fresh guacamole and salsa was a great side to share among friends.
Friends of Ferals For a sweet tooth fix, festival goers hit up the Wolfe Island Friends of Ferals. The group had an assortment of baked goods — including brownies, butter tarts, cookies, banana muffins, rice crispy squares and maple, chocolate and vanilla fudge. Clothing, including shirts and ball caps, were also for sale. The $1,253 made from the sale will go towards the group’s mission, which is to stabilize the feral cat population on the Island. Proceeds will help fundraise for vaccinations, live traps, spay and neuter procedures and release.