Martha Garcia/Loomis News Charlotte Langston, of Wild Chicken Coffee, introduced bubble tea to Food Extravaganza diners. Langston said people learn to ?love? the exotic drink. Her husband, Charles Langston, helps to prepare the drinks.
Chocolate-covered strawberries and marshmallows, served here by Sgt. John Weaver of the Placer County Sheriff?s Department, were among the most popular desserts offered at the annual fundraiser.
Martha Garcia/Loomis News Placer County Supervisor Jim Holmes cooks up chicken enchiladas for the Blue Goose celebrity chef event every year. In the back are chefs Garrick Gookin and Lorene Euerle.
Martha Garcia/Loomis News Matthew Sahota, of Raley?s, adds a couscous salad to a Food Extravaganza guest?s plate.
Martha Garcia/Loomis News Rick Petree slices a prime rib roast to serve to Blue Goose Food Extravaganza guests. The Petree family, including sons Colin, left, and Shane, center, were among the Loomis Basin Education Foundation ?celebrity chefs? volunteering at Saturday?s dinner.
Jean Lund/Gold Country News Media Deb Collender and Brenda Lewiss of Gold Country Media serve 'Blue Goose Cupcakes' at the Loomis News table.