The Queens Economic Development Corporation (QEDC) and the Queens Tourism Council will host Queens Taste 2017 at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Tuesday, May 2, from 6- 9 pm. Last year we attended Queens Taste for the first time and experienced all that the borough has to offer. This … More Queens Taste 2017
Having attended Charcuterie Masters last month at Flushing Town Hall and Queens Taste last year, we know the borough of Queens is full of delicious adventures. For the first time in Queens, Great Small Works presents an evening of developing puppetry as part of its long-running Spaghetti Dinner series that showcases new work that responds to … More Spaghetti Dinner in Queens
Written by Allen Every year in March means a trip to files my taxes with my accountant in Chinatown. In anticipation of receiving a return (hopefully), I always treat myself to dinner at one of the many popular and delicious restaurants in the neighborhood. For the past few years, I would walk by Nom Wah … More Tax Season in Chinatown
Last week, we attended C-CAP’s Annual Benefit, which raised nearly $1,000,000 for culinary scholarships and educational programs. Chef Michael Anthony of Gramercy Tavern was honored in front of 700 guests and was presented with the C-CAP Honors Award for his achievements and contributions to the culinary industry as well as his commitment to nurturing the next … More C-CAP Annual Benefit 2017 Recap
Written by Allen Last week, NY Epicurean Events hosted the second annual Charcuterie Masters 2017 held at historic Flushing Town Hall. The event was both a celebration for meat lovers and a competition for charcuterie makers around the country and Canada. The event featured plenty of delicious samples and plates from amateur and seasoned charcutiers. From sausages, … More Charcuterie Masters 2017 Recap
We enjoy the month of March for many reasons. Half of FP celebrates a birthday and the other half enjoys March Madness. Also, spring officially starts which brings warmer weather (hopefully). As foodies though, we’re definitely looking forward to March because of the C-CAP Annual Benefit. We’ve attended the last few years and always enjoy … More C-CAP Benefit 2017
We’re big fans of the food scene in Queens as well as big fans of Food Historian Francine Segan. So, when Francine told us she would be a judge at this year’s Charcuterie Masters 2017, we knew it would be a delicious event to attend! Charcuterie Masters 2017 is the first-ever competition of its kind. Professional … More Charcuterie Masters 2017
If you read our last post regarding Queens Food Tours, you know we enjoy learning about all that Queens has to offer. Dan Unter, owner of Redwood Deli in Forest Hills and Marissa Spano, Co-Founder of Skilltapp, which connects independent contractors with recruiters, are partners in a new distribution company, 5 Boro Goods. 5 Boro Goods … More It’s in Queens!