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Meat and fish processing seminar at SMX



MANILA, Philippines—The Golden Treasure Skills and Development Program will conduct a one-day seminar on meat and fish processing with a bonus course on how to make homemade ice cream.

The seminar will be held at the SMX Convention Center, mezzanine floor, Room 12, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, on Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

During the seminar, participants will learn how to make lechon manok, tocino, different kinds of  longanisa (skinless, Vigan, Lucban) bacon, Chinese sausage, embutido deluxe, chicken and pork ham, pork quekiam, burger patties, beef tapa, fish ball, Spanish and tomato sardines, pork and bangus sisig, squid ball, corned beef and achara.

Also, there will be an actual demonstration on bangus deboning.

In the bonus course, participants will learn how to make ice cream and sorbet with different flavors, such as mango, strawberry, vanilla, cheese and pistachio, apart from fancy ice cream flavors like chocolate fudge and rocky road.

Participants will receive a certificate of training right after the seminar. There will be food tasting of the finished products. Lunch and snacks will be served. Handouts and all raw materials will be provided. The seminar is open to everyone.

For questions, call 913-65-51, 421-15-77, 436-78-26, or log on to www.GoldenTreasureSkills.com.


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