Eight (8) chefs will be in Dine Philippines – Cavite

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Learn from these culinary experts and expand your knowledge of the food service business!

Join DINE Philippines, the longest running Food Business and Tourism Caravan in the Philippines, onMarch 4 (Friday) in Cavite City. The latest culinary trends, best practices and trade secrets will be shared by eight (8) outstanding personalities in the food industry.

The conference will start off with Chef Jam Melchor, Chef and Owner of Healthy Eats Manila, who will talk about “Chef Jam’s Secrets to Healthy School Meals

Chef Jam Melchor, Healthy Eats Manila
Chef Jam Melchor, Healthy Eats Manila

Next on line is Chef Lawrence Zafra, Founder and President of Atlas Culinary Institute, who will share “Proven Ways to Cook Healthy That Have Nothing to do with Diet”.

Chef Lawrence Zafra, Atlas Culinary Institute
Chef Lawrence Zafra, Atlas Culinary Institute

Chef Sharwin Tee, Celebrity Chef and Host of Curiosity Got The Chef, will talk about “Rediscovering Street Food That Will Change Your Life Forever

Chef Sharwin Tee, Curiosity Got the Chef
Chef Sharwin Tee, Curiosity Got the Chef

Chef Harie Bunda, Executive Chef of Malen’s Restaurant will discuss, “Appetizers ala Cavite, Revealed!”.

Chef Harry Bunda, Atlas Culinary Institute
Chef Harry Bunda, Malen’s Restaurant

 

Chef Dan Basilio, Executive Director of Lyceum of the Philippines Culinary Institute, will talk about “Baking Artisanal Bread, The Professional Way”.

Chef Dan Basilio, Lyceum of the Philippines University
Chef Dan Basilio, Lyceum of the Philippines University

Chef Lee Borbon, Pastry Director of Atlas Culinary Institute, will share, “Coffee Pudding ala Cavite”.

Chef Lee Borbon, Atlas Culinary Institute
Chef Lee Borbon, Atlas Culinary Institute

Chef Myke Tatung Sarthou, Celebrity Chef and book Author, will discuss the topic, “How to make Kakanin and Serve it in Fine Dining Restaurants

Chef Myke Sarthou, Celebrity Chef and Author
Chef Myke Sarthou, Celebrity Chef and Author

and Chef Sian Castaneda will talk about “Creating Cavite Desserts Using Home Grown Mango Wine”.

Chef Sean Castaneda, Atlas Culinary Institute
Chef Sean Castaneda, Atlas Culinary Institute

Dine Philippines – Coastal Cavite will be on March 4, 2016 (Friday) at the Montano Hall at 9:00am – 5:00pm. Gates will be open at 8:00am.  This event is endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education and the Department of Tourism.

For inquiries regarding DINE Philippines – Coastal Cavite, contact us through the following:  Manila: Camille Pabilic, (02) 437-2639, 0935-311-2668, register@ courageasia.ph.

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