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Feastival in Queens

Photo: Nick Fox
Nan Shian Dumpling House prepared their specialty at the Asian Feastival on Monday.

As with so much in life, you get what you pay for in food festivals. Or feastivals.

Want a free ride to Governors Island for your pick of cheap food from vendors at BklynYard’s Parked on Sunday? Wait an hour and a half for the ferry and who knows how long for the food. (Anyone? How was it?)

On the other hand, if you paid $50 in advance ($60 at the entrance) at theAsian Feastival in Flushing, Queens, on Monday afternoon, you had your pick of food from 20 of the borough’s restaurants, serving about a dozen cuisines.

Granted, that’s not a cheap lunch. But the price wasn’t unreasonable given the variety and quality of the food, and it also included panel discussions and demonstrations on Asian cooking as well as a tour of the neighborhood with the food writer Joe DiStefano.

Some of the borough’s traditional big draws weren’t there at the Sheraton LaGuardia East hotel, but Wendy Chan, the marketing consultant who organized it, said one of the goals was to “give a boost to up and coming and deserving restaurants in Queens.’’

So there was no Sripraphai, but Ploy Thai, (81-40 Broadway in Elmhurst, 718-205-2128) served a rarely seen snack called miang kam — pork, coconut, peanuts, ginger and lime wrapped in a betel leaf.

Payag, (51-34 Roosevlet Avenue in Woodside, 347-935-3192) is probably a bit too new for even some Filipinos to have heard about its “redefined Filipino cuisine,’’ but the crowd on Monday — about 600 people showed up, Ms. Chan said — seemed to love its humba tartlets with shredded pork; kinilaw canapes with a coconut ceviche of tuna on cucumber slices, and chunks of lechon — roast pig.

The only thing that passed for a line — a dozen people at most — was at the booth where the folks from Nan Shian Dumpling House (38-12 Prince Street in Flushing, 718-321-3838) assembled their specialty.

There were also numerous Chinese and Japanese desserts, tastings of Laotian beer, sake, wine, Golden Star tea and Bruce Cost’s ginger ale.

At the small Asian farmer’s market table you could try durian — yes, it tastes better than it smells — and at the Himalayan Yak stall, you could try yak dumplings. Who knew there was a yak farm in Vermont?

But as Ms. Chan said in explaining her hopes that the festival would draw more people to Queens to try the different cuisines, “It’s hard to know what’s what if you don’t have a guide.”

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This week on Let’s Eat In Cathy hosts ethnic food fanatics Wendy Chan and Joe DiStefano to discuss the goings-on in NYC’s most

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More than 20 Queens restaurants will be represented at this Asian food festival. In between bites from venues like Himalayan Yak, you can check out panel discussions—don’t miss blogger Cathy Erway (Not Eating Out in New York) who will offer tips on navigating Asian markets. Sheraton LaGuardia East, 135-20 39th Ave between Main and Prince Sts, Flushing, Queens ( Noon–4pm; advance $55, at the door $60.

Asian American Press

Asian “Feastival” in Queens

The first Asian “Feastival” will be held September 6, 2010, from noon to 5:00

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The all-inclusive ticket to Asian Feastival includes tastings from over 20 authentic Asian restaurants in Queens covering the following cuisines: Burmese, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Nepalese, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Thai, and Tibetan. There will also be beer, sake and wine tastings and Asian beverages.

There will be panel discussions with over 30 top chefs and culinary experts, along with Cookbook Corner signings with chef-authors.

Activities away from the Feastival include the “Tour du Jour”, a chef-guided bike tour of two local farms in Queens in the morning before the main event and a culinary walking tour of Flushing.

There will be an Asian Farmer’s Market on site, featuring Asian fruits and vegetables, and cooking demonstrations throughout the day. There will also be discussions on Asian spices, the wok, understanding sustainable seafood, short and long rice: and “Asian fusion confusion”, deconstructing Southeast Asian flavors, and

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On Sept. 6 from noon to 5 p.m., also at the Sheraton, the Asian Feastival will feature food from 20 Asian restaurants in Queens. In addition, there will be panel discussions with chefs and culinary experts, a culinary walking tour of Flushing, cooking demonstrations, Asian ingredients for sale, and tastings of Asian beer, wine and sake. Tickets are $55 from or $60 at the door, and some of the proceeds will benefit City Harvest and the Food Bank for New York City.

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Flushing: The Queens Asian Feastival will be held September 6 at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel. From noon until 5 p.m., food, beer, sake, and wine tastings will be available, as well as panel discussions with local chefs, cookbook signings, and cooking demonstrations. For more information, visit the festival’s

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Asian Feastival

日時:2010年9月6日(月) 12am-5pm

場所:シェラトンシャングリアイーストホテル(135-20 39th Ave Queens, NY 11354)




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