Chef collaborations have been fashionable of late.
The Old Capitol Building of Iloilo province was the perfect venue for the second staging of “Sabores de Visayas,” as the national historic site, like the culinary event, reminds us of our rich history.
Just when you thought it was safe to open the Lifestyle pages, surprise! Here’s another article on Madrid Fusion Manila, the annual confab of chefs, restaurateurs, food journalists and industry members, now on the third year of its five-year license to use the trademark in Manila.
The third installment of the much anticipated gastronomy congress called Madrid Fusión Manila came to an end two weekends ago.
It’s like playing the violin,” Michael Lopez Teves says of carving Jamon Iberico.
The party has begun even before Madrid Fusion Manila started. Days before the third installment of the international chef’s congress, special dinners have been held that beautifully illustrated what the concerted and collective efforts of chefs could accomplish—meals that celebrated not just their talents and respective cuisines, but also their generosity.
By tomorrow, Madrid Fusion Manila will be in full swing, so you can expect the food coverage by most writers this week and next week—of the event, of celebrity chefs and the various collaboration dinners.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) marked 50 golden years in the Philippines, palangga, with special treats for frequent flyers aside from refurbishing its already ultra-modern fleet.
Two years into the five-year contract that the Department of Tourism has signed with Madrid Fusión to hold a spin-off event in Manila, a significant number of people continue to be baffled as to what is actually going on, and also why it is given the incommensurate amount of coverage that it receives in the press and on social media.