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Pinoy Food Stories: Evolution of Philippine Cuisine

Evolution of Philippine Cuisine

The Mama Sita Foundation, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the UHM Filipino Language and Culture Program, and the Philippine Consulate General Honolulu offers a FREE 5-part short course: Mga Kuwentong Pagkain / Pinoy Food Stories: Evolution of Philippine Cuisine.

Join Pia Arboleda and Paolo Paculan with special guests Fernando Zialcita, Felice Sta. Maria, Carmelea Ang See, Giney Villar, Darren Sana, Precious Arao, and Sittie Pasandalan. Hosted by Markee Micu.

Course detail:

 Hawaiʻi time: Every Friday at 3:00 pm from April 23 to May 21, 2021.

Manila time: Every Saturday at 9:00 am from April 24 to May 22, 2021.

Part 1: PROVENANCE OF PHILIPPINE CUISINE (April 23, 2021_Hawaii, April 24, 2021_Manila)

Part 2: INDIGENOUS FOODWAYS: THE ROOTS OF PHILIPPINE CUISINE (April 30, 2021_Hawaii, May 1, 2021_Manila)

Part 3: THE ASIAN CONNECTION: BRIDGES OF FLAVOR (May 7, 2021_Hawaii, May 8, 2021_Manila)

Part 4: ¡MUY DELICIOSO!: SPANISH INFLUENCES ON PHILIPPINE CUISINE (May 14, 2021_Hawaii, May 15, 2021_Manila):

Part 5: HALUHALO: PHILIPPINE CUISINE IN THE REGIONS AND THE WORLD (May 21, 2021_Hawaii, May 22, 2021_Manila)

To view the streamed materials of the course, go here
For inquiries, contact Pia Arboleda