I was there from about 11-1pm and the stands were a bit slow to start. I couldn't stick around to try any of the chow, but did check out what was there. There was a different "baiana" than past years, a table selling salgados named after a person (eg Maria's salgados) and looked like they might have brazilian hot dogs, there was a table with homemade brazilian sweets, and midwest grill. There were a few others, but those were the ones I noticed. I didn't see the folks from Sweet Brazil setting up the stand with churros, but in past years they were a bit on the late side. Also not certain if there was anyone selling fresh "pastels." Hope someone was able to make it and enjoyed the festival.