Taste of Goshen brings hungry crowds to try variety of international cuisines
Crowds enjoyed the sunny, warm weather and went out during Goshen’s First Fridays event May 1.
West Washington Street in downtown Goshen was closed to make room for a large tent, in which a variety of international food vendors gave the rest of the community a taste from their home countries.
Long lines that started on one side of the tent went all the way across and then out of the other side. Some vendors quickly ran out of food.
Food sold as part of Taste of Goshen included international teas, Mexican ice cream, Korean bulgogi and dumplings, Indonesian beef curry, Palestinian falafel or lentil dinner, El Salvadorian pupusas, Bolivian saltenas and Ukrainian pastries.