October 14, 2016

Enderun Culinary Experience: Japan he Yokoso Food Series

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  • Japanese cuisine is viewed as art the world over. Precision and balance come together to create food that’s more than just a simple treat for your palate. Learn how to make your Japanese favorites like sushi, maki, and tempura with the Enderun Culinary Experience: Japan he Yokoso Food Series.

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    ALL AOBUT JAPANESE CUISINE. A special treat from Enderun Extension: the Japan he Yokoso Food Series. Image grabbed from Enderun Extension

    Japan he Yokoso Food Series is a special treat from Enderun Extension’s Culinary and Pastry Experience. It gives participants a chance to discover the fine art of Japanese cuisine through intricate presentation, precise techniques, and balanced food.

    Learn how to make popular Japanese dishes in five days for only P21,000: Donburi (Day 1), Agemono/Fry (Day 2), Yakimono/Teppan (Day 3), Sushi and Sashimi (Day 4), and Traditional and Modern Maki (Day 5).

    The rate includes an apron, cap, tea towel, recipe guide, to go box, and a certification of participation.

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    ENDERUN CULINARY EXPERIENCE. Learn in 5 days what normally takes Enderun students a full term to learn. Image grabbed from Enderun Extension

    The Enderun Culinary Experience: Japan he Yokoso Food Series will be held every Saturday from October 15 to November 19, 2016 at The Study Fort, 1100 Campus Ave., McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. For registration and more information, please contact Enderun Extension at 02-856-5000 loc. 547 or 505, or 0917-891-6385.

    You can also visit www.enderunextension.com or email extensioncourse@enderuncolleges.com.

    Details:

    The Enderun Culinary Experience: Japan he Yokoso Food Series

    Saturdays October 15, 22 and November 5, 12, 19; 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

    The Study Fort, 1100 Campus Ave., McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City

    Price: P21,000, inclusive of apron, cap, tea towel, recipe guide, to go box, and a certification of participation

    Registration: Phone 02-856-5000 loc. 547 or 505; Mobile 0917-891-6385; Email extensioncourse@enderuncolleges.com

    Website: http://www.enderunextension.com/class/enderun-culinary-experience-japan-he-yokoso-food-series/

               
               
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