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Indian Food this weekend in Reston


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Because I spent most of my life living in different parts of the world I learned to eat EVERYTHING. (eat when offered, not " like" or " enjoy." Until Monica's crab dinner at the Spice Xing, where I head over heels fell in love with the aroma, and the complexity in the back of my tongue of the spice combinations, I had very little interest in Indian food. I would eat it when offered, but it has never been my first choice. First of all I hated "curry," that dirty-yellow stuff that came out of McCormick jars and made everything taste at least three days old. When reading a restaurant menu, if the word "curry" was in the description of a dish, I would skip to the next dish. For the life of me, I could not understand why anyone would like a goo of mostly overcooked vegetables and meats. Now that I've seen the light, (Halleluja!) I am very interested in real Indian food.

This morning, to my total surprise, my daughter, who is flying home from Bosnia tomorrow evening, e-mailed me the following link:

http://www.asianfestivaldc.com/

I forwarded this link to a journalist friendof mine from "that part of the world" and he shared with me the info he had about the event. Has anyone on Rock attended any of their previous events? Is it worth driving all the way from Arlington? Any opinions or advice would be appreciated. Here is the info:

"Dear friends,

My friend Nalin Jain has asked me to share the following invitation.

"On behalf of India International School, it gives me immense pleasure to invite you as a special guest at the India Village by the www.indiaschool.org at the Asian Festival on August 1-2, 2009, at Lake Newport Park in Reston, VA. The School is also celebrating 25 years of community service by providing quality education in the arts, culture and languages of India.

Among many items the most unique and exciting segment would be flying of 30 spotless White doves- one for each state of India; to be flown at Indian Village inauguration at 11.00 AM on August 1st. In addition, there will be a best dress award so dress up in best ethnic costume of India and plan to be at the grounds at above stated time.

This is the premier festival www.asianfestivaldc.com of Asian arts and culture in this region, attracting over 50,000 visitors. This year the focus is on India showcasing the rich and diverse culture of India.

Please see the attached flyer for more information and share it with your family and friends. "

Angie

Asian Food and Tennis Festival: FREE ADMISSION

Location: Lake Newport Tennis Facility

11452 Baron Cameron Avenue

Reston, VA 20194

Date/Time: Saturday, August 1st, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Sunday August 2nd, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Parking: Off-site Parking is available at the Reston Association Building

1930 Isaac Newton Square

Reston, VA 20190

Directions : http://www.asianfestivaldc.com/direction.html

Parking & drop-off: Since the festival site is off limit to parking and other stopping, we recommend that you use the free parking facility and the shuttle service for transportation. The shuttle buses will give preference to performers."

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