NYC Food Film Festival: Brad Farmerie’s Southeast Street Food Asian Market
I’m putting my Parisian vacation experience on pause for now, to bring us back to NYC in a more current time setting.
On Thursday, June 24th, I attended the 4th Annual NYC Food Film Festival: Brad Farmerie’s Southeast Street Food Asian Market at the Astor Center. It’s an food event featuring dishes based on the evening’s theme from NYC-based Asian restaurants Double Crown, Betel, and Kampuchea, Public and an unknown Brooklyn restaurant, Mrs. Kim’s. Signature dishes for this particular evening were: Public’s Pig’s Blood Popsicle, Double Crown’s Tendon Meatballs and Dessert Burrito, Mrs. Kim’s Squid Chip Fry & Tasting, Betel’s Popiah, and Kampuchea’s Ginger Balls Numpang Sliders. There were many other dishes served so one cannot be hungry at the end of the night.
It’s a fun evening of foodies and food short film lovers.
For more photos of this particular event, please see my Flickr photo set CLICK HERE.