This past weekend, the Dade County Parks and Rec and Thai-American Association sponsored the annual Asian Culture Festival, now in its 20th year at Homestead's Fruit & Spice Park. It gave fairgoers the unique opportunity to experience the cultures of Asia through the food, music, and dance of the Far East. About 30 food vendor booths offered a wide variety of authentic Asian cuisine alongside Indian, Jamaican, and even Israeli cuisines.
I met this Siam Lotus-affiliated family through their vegetable spring rolls, which were perfectly cooked to a satisfying crunch. Check out how they make 'em.
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