The annual Taste of Lebanon festival is going on this weekend in Utica. 

Held at the Deerfield Fireman's Field on Trenton Road, the festival will run August 4-6 (Friday from 5-9, Saturday 1-9, and Sunday from 11-4).

As you would imagine, traditional Lebanese cuisine will be featured, including hummus, tabbouleh, kibbeh, grape leaves and more.

Chorbishop John Faris of St. Louis Gonzaga Church joined the Keeler in the Morning this week to discuss.

In addition to food, the band Classified will perform at 6:30 on Friday night, while Soul Injection is scheduled to play Saturday night at 6:30.