IN PICTURES and VIDEO: The culinary masterminds at Music Tastes Good

 

 

Music Tastes Good’s Taste Tent is bringing lots of delicious food this year. There’s seafood, Vietnamese food, Long Beach-made ice cream and even fancy carrots. Here’s who made it all:

Chef Arthur Gonzalez of Roe Seafood in Long Beach at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Roe Seafood in Long Beach at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chef Sincere Justice of Oakland, at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Roe Seafood’s white fish ceviche at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chef Dina Amadril serves up her ice cream from Long Beach Creamery at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Smores ice cream from Long Beach Creamery at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chef Aliye Aydin, right, watches one of her dishes, Za-atar Spiced Carrot Ribbons, go out at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chef Wesley Young of Vancouver serves up pork belly over rice at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chef Wesley Young of Vancouver serves up pork belly over rice at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

Chad Keller and Roxanne Acosta both of Long Beach, take a selfie with their food at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

The Taste Tent at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

The Taste Tent at Music Tastes Good In Long Beach September 29, 2018. Photo by Thomas R Cordova

 

 

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