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‘Assyrian Food Festival’ at Assyrian Church of the East

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NANILOKHOUN: Take in the delicacies of one of humanity's most enduring cultures at the Assyrian Food Festival.

NANILOKHOUN: Take in the delicacies of one of humanity's most enduring cultures at the Assyrian Food Festival.

Assyrian culture dates back nearly 5,000 years, which has given the Assyrian people plenty of time to perfect their family recipes. The Assyrian Food Festival returns to San Jose for a weekend packed with flavorful dishes, live music and art that’s meant to preserve and share Assyrian traditions. Guests can sample pastry piroshkis stuffed with spiced meat or veggie filling, or try Lubia Polo, a mouthwateringly seasoned Persian green bean and rice dish. Herbivores get tabbouleh or creamy and oiled hummus, while bourageh, Assyrian “egg rolls,” pack a parsley and curry-filled crunch. Plus, one raffle winner walks away with a Dodge Challenger. Runs through Sun.

Assyrian Food Festival
Sat, 11am, Free
Assyrian Church of the East, San Jose

 

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