|Can you say Ćevapčići? Mae, 1, and her mother, Monica, wait for Daddy James Weston to finish grilling sausages from his new business, Salt and Thyme.|
|Chloe Sohngen, 4, and Isabel Hegge,13, calling themselves sausage princesses, wear festive dress for the occasion|
|Slobodan Dimitrov (middle), one of the festival creators, looks on as the čevapčiči is grilled, the smoky smell mingling with the ocean air.|
|Susan McKenna, owner of Nosh Cafe, serves rolls to those attending the festival. Above Owen Tirre (left) and Allan Johnson enjoy the festivities.|
|People line up patiently to taste the sausages. Below Artist Phobe Barnum, left, with her friend, |
"I thought it was great," Weston said. "It didn't have that grubby, money feeling that you get sometimes at carnivals where everything cost money, like entrance fees and the rides. It was a nice community event."