Friday, August 16, 2013

It’s Raining Men… Chefs!

This year, at the 28th Negros Trade Fair, the organizers again outdo themselves by featuring a new event that will surely tickle everyone’s fancy. To live up to Negrense fame of knowing and creating interesting, scrumptious fare, a group of Negrense chefs will showcase their creativity and innovation through a gastronomic festival.
A challenge is poised to them: create a savory dish from existing Negros food or produce. The key is to innovate and create something never yet done but still retaining the Negrense flavor.
The star-studded chefs parade will feature Manny Torrejon of Manolo’s, Gerald Montelibano of CIBO, JP Anglo of MuShu and Master Chef (Manila), Fernando Aracama of Aracama, Tom Bascon of Bascon Café, and Richard Ynayan of the Institute of Culinary Arts, University of St. La Salle.
With the theme “Bacolod Dishes with a Twist”, these talented culinary artists will create an appetizer, salad, soup, seafood, poultry/meat, and dessert dishes. Each chef will take one product available at the Negros Trade Fair and whip up something extraordinary.
For an affordable Php 800, lucky patrons will be able to savor these creations and delight in the magic that is Ilonggo cuisine creativity. Further to be featured at this grand dinner will be beautiful table settings using the assortment of products also available at the fair and set by the Designers Guild, headed by Cristina Gaston.
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