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Next Indonesian Food Bazaar: Church not Mosque

geckoFeet | | May 6, 2014 02:57 PM

Hey, everybody, the next Indonesian Food Bazaar that I know of will be this Sat., May 17th, in the auditorium of the First Presbyterian Church of Forest Hills, 70-35 112th St., Forest Hills (duh) NY.

The flyer says it's "organized by Indonesian Foodie & Goodie NYC."

It also says: "E, F, M, R, train to 71st Ave - Continental. Use north exits to Queens Blvd. Walk 2 blocks north along 71st Ave.

It also says 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm, but they may run out of food earlier than that.

It also says:

Featured vendors:
- Foodie and Goodie Home Cooks: rice platters with iconic Indonesian dishes and made-to-order specialities [sic]
- Nina Mae Kitchen: a variety of kue basah (traditional fresh munchies)
- Bilbingka-esk [?]: Filipino treats & dessert
- Burmese Home Cooks

It also says:

All proceeds from this event will go to Ranah Orphanage in Lampung, Indonesia.

That's all that it says.

There was a cooking class at the Indonesian Consulate last Saturday, (I didn't go to that, but to a music rehearsal afterward), and they had a large printed banner hung up; photo attached.

I asked about the wording, and a couple of people there thought for a few seconds and then said that it makes more sense in Indonesian. They suggested that it might have been a computer translation.

 

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