Edith Rivera, third from left, serves up a container of fresh hot caldo de salchicha in the busy kitchen for hungry visitors to the Ecuadorians United of North Carolina festival in Raleigh Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016. The Ecuadorian festival was held at the American Legion post on Lee Road in Raleigh, NC this weekend celebrating Ecuadorian food, culture and locally owned Ecuadorian small businesses .
Edith Rivera, third from left, serves up a container of fresh hot caldo de salchicha in the busy kitchen for hungry visitors to the Ecuadorians United of North Carolina festival in Raleigh Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016. The Ecuadorian festival was held at the American Legion post on Lee Road in Raleigh, NC this weekend celebrating Ecuadorian food, culture and locally owned Ecuadorian small businesses . Harry Lynch
Edith Rivera, third from left, serves up a container of fresh hot caldo de salchicha in the busy kitchen for hungry visitors to the Ecuadorians United of North Carolina festival in Raleigh Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016. The Ecuadorian festival was held at the American Legion post on Lee Road in Raleigh, NC this weekend celebrating Ecuadorian food, culture and locally owned Ecuadorian small businesses . Harry Lynch

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