Tuesday, November 13, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
How does ethnic cuisine move out of the margins and into America’s culinary mainstream?
Join the James Beard Foundation and New York University’s Asia/Pacific/American Studies program for a panel discussion that will take a look at three different cuisines—Chinese, Filipino, and Indian—and how they have been “translated” into American culture and cuisine.
Cantor Film Center, Theater 101
36 East 8th Street
Amy Besa, owner of Cendrillon, a Philippine restaurant in New York City; co-author of Memories of Philippine Kitchens
Maya Kaimal, author of Curried Favors and Savoring the Spice Coast of India; creator of Maya Kaimal Fine Indian Foods
Grace Young, author, The Breath of a Wok and The Wisdom of the Chinese Kitchen
Kathy Gunst (moderator), Public Radio International’s Here and Now
A reception featuring dishes from Cendrillon restaurant will follow at the Great Room Lobby Atrium at 19 University Place.
This seminar is brought to you by the James Beard Foundation and New York University’s Asia/Pacific/American Studies program with support from the Food and Wine program at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Please RSVP by Monday, October 11. Call 212-992-9653, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.apa.nyu.edu to reserve your space.