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This is easier — and tastier — than walking and chewing gum at the same time.

Myra Alperson from the culinary tour company Noshwalks will lead Multicultural Elmhurst on Sunday, May 27, a 1 p.m.

After meeting at NY Supermarket (aka Pacific Market) at 75-01 Broadway, Alperson will take participants – and their stomachs – on a multi-stop, Southeast Asia-heavy food journey that will probably include bites from eateries offering Thai, Indonesian, Colombian, and Mexican cuisine.

Alperson, who leads a Noshwalks tour through an NYC neighborhood almost every weekend, does not divulge the names of her targeted gastronomic destinations until her strolls begin. However, she’s promising baby corn arepas, specialty juices and smoothies with south-of-the-border flair, sushi, and if the weather is nice, an outdoor buffet picnic in a local park.

A visit to a large Buddhist temple and some shopping at Asian markets are on the menu, too.

The $59 fee covers tastes but not personal beverages or tips. Children, ages six to 12, pay $20, while those under six can attend for free.

Alperson will provide hyper-local maps of Elmhurst with information on the involved restaurants to all participants. Thus, they will be able to return to the places they liked and find them easily.

Images: Myra Alperson

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