MCHA's primary goal is to educate our students with innovative technologies and techniques in food preparation and services. MCHA's program is designed to meet the career goals of diverse population. MCHA courses are structured to develop and equip our students with relevant skills, knowledge, and expertise necessary to become globally competitive industry practitioners.
|fellow bloggers: Bettina (www.bettinabacani.com), Re-Ann (rgdiscoverstheworld.weebly.com)|
and Chin (www.deelicious.me)
After everything was done, Chef Fats plated the dishes. Even the plating has its own methodology. She then instructed us to plate our own dinner. Everyone got creative with their own plating as well. After proudly taking photos of our finished products we enjoyed the gourmet dinner that we all prepared, and we couldn't be anymore proud of ourselves!
|Chef Fats' plating|
|My plating ;-)|
It was a great night with my fellow bloggers who all love good food and who also have found their new love and appreciation for cooking. We would like to thank Aldous (of aldousatetheworld.com) for organizing this event, Mr. Kenneth Hung, Chef Fats and the staff of Manila Culinary and Hospitality Academy for this great experience. I definitely learned a lot even though it was a just a very short course. If you guys are interested to study culinary or want to take short culinary courses, you can contact Manila Culinary and Hospitality Academy, I've written their details down below.