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Quick Course by PACE Manila

Reaching our six years operation, team PACE have always adhered to the values, vision and mission that our organization have set since we have started. For the coming years, we would like to extend our vision and mission to aspiring individuals that would like to learn the basics of culinary with the help of our reputable Chef instructors.

With that team PACE have created a mobile short course that would cater our aspiring individuals conveniently located within our mall partners. In line with this we have been in running numerous projects year by year with various malls and this year we would like to upgrade our traditional cooking demo into a more interactive and exciting cooking activity.

Quick Course is PACE’s mobile culinary program designed to be conducted in partnership with malls surrounding the school.

Interested to do a BRAND ACTIVATION with our Quick Course program? Send us an email and we will be happy to assist you. Email us at chelseakeithb.pace@gmail.com 

SCHEDULES

OCTOBER 12, 2019
SM City Angono | 4:00pm – 5:00pm
2nd floor near Snow Panda

OCTOBER 19, 2019 *Tentative – date may still change
SM City East Ortigas
Atrium

OCTOBER 26, 2019 *Tentative – date may still change
SM Taytay
Foodcourt

Registration form, click herePlease indicate your preferred mall in your email.
Note: Mall Shopper is allowed to join only 1 SM Mall branch per month; participants will be receiving an email and text from PACE for confirmation.

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My Recipe My Story

Episode 2: Adobo sa Sampaloc on Sweet Potato

JC

PACE alumni, JC Mendoza is ​from Batch 5 class of 2013. He ​is one of the best and passionate in their class. JC encountered multiple challenges before he finally settled for the one. He found his calling the moment he entered PACE and focus in culinary. He knew that cooking makes him proud and contented. With the training and experiences PACE has offered JC, he build up and enhanced his talents and strengths which he was able to show ​not just in the competitions he has joined in but in his actual career as well.

After graduation, JC was hired in Avi ​, a restaurant in ​Kapitolyo as his stepping stone to furnish his talents and skills. Right after Avi, he was offered a job in the City of Dreams Manila, where he is now one of ​the Line Cooks​of Nobu Restaurant. It’s a big blessing for our alumni! We are proud of you JC!​

See recipe below


Adobo sa Sampaloc on Sweet Potato

Ingredients

Adobo

  • 1/2 kilo Pork Belly
  • 1/4 kilo Pork Liver
  • 1 head Garlic
  • 3 tablespoon Soy Sauce
  • 5 tablespoon Vinegar
  • 2 tablespoon Sinigang Mix
  • 5 grams Dark Chocolate
  • 1 Egg (hard boiled, optional)

Sweet Potato

  • 1 large size Sweet Potato
  • 1 tablespoon Cream
  • 2 tablespoon Milk
  • 2 tablespoon Butter
  • Pinch of Nutmeg

Procedure

  1. Sear pork and liver. Set aside.
  2. In the same pan, sauté garlic ‘til golden brown.
  3. Deglaze with 1 tbs. of vinegar, 2 tbs. of soy sauce
  4. Add 2 tbs. sampaloc mix
  5. Bayleaf and pepper corn. Simmer for 15 – 20 mins.
  6. Set aside meat and strain the sauce
  7. Add 5g dark chocolate and then mix.

Sweet Potato:

  1. Peel and chop 1 large sized sweet potato.
  2. Boil ‘til fork tender.
  3. Mash the sweet potato on a strainer
  4. Put 2 tbs. of butter in the pan, add the mashed sweet potato and 1 tbs. cream
  5. Swirling gently add 2 tbs. milk and a pinch of nutmeg

Egg:

  1. Boil egg for 5 minutes

Interested Alumni to be Featured? Email us your Recipe and Story at marketing.pace2012@gmail.com

Want to Learn more from our Alumni? Comment your suggestions below!

 

 

Top 10 Dishes

The TOP 10 Dishes that The Philippines Should be Known For

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“Top Ten Dishes That the Philippines Should Be Known For” is an advocacy project initiated by PACE.

The goal of this project is to promote appreciation and sense of pride for authentic Filipino cuisine. As a nation of 7,107 islands and more than 170 languages, we are known as a melting pot of cultures as an effect of centuries of colonization. The influence of the Europeans, Americans and Asians who have set foot in our country for centuries have left an imprint in our culture and our food.

While our neighboring countries like Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam has more distinct dishes than us, PACE believes that Filipinos deserve a cuisine of our own. It is a fact that Filipinos love to eat and explore new cuisines but we owe it to our culture to take pride and patronize our own dishes. PACE as an educational institution would like to focus on a massive information campaign which seeks to find out the top 10 dishes that Filipinos should be known for. This should set a springboard for PACE to launch these list and educate Filipinos by tracing the roots of the dishes they voted for and provide the public an authentic dining experience featuring the winning 10 Filipino dishes.

We at PACE would like to keep our heritage and our local recipes by sharing to the public our own cuisine. We believe that through this campaign, we can bring back more interest and support for our native dishes, prepared in its original form as our legacy to the current generation and the next.

Here’s PACE Chef Monicca and Chef April giving the Umagang Kay Ganda viewers a demo of one of our Filipino Dish Ginataang Langka with Inihaw na Liempo. Watch the behind the scenes:

and we would like to thank the UKG Host for sharing us their favorite Filipino Dish:

Help us gather the best dishes Philippines should be known for! What is YOUR FAVORITE Filipino Dish?

My Recipe My Story

Episode 1: Fresh Tagliatelle Pasta by Fatima Cadisim

Fatima

PACE Culinary Arts student Fatima Cadisim from Batch 2 has always been passionate in cooking. Even before when she does office works, she would take extra effort to cook for her colleagues. She knew that she will be at her happiest if she pursues her dream in the kitchen. With the training and knowledge from PACE, Fatima has found the strength to step out in the real world and conquer every restaurants she can practice her skills with.

 After graduation, Fatima became the Chef de Partie of Giovanni’s Ristorante where she got the inspiration and mastered cooking the Fresh Tagliatelle Pasta. Amazingly at the launch of this video, she has been invited in Cebu for another work stint. It’s a blessing for us to hear such news! Congratulations Fatima!

See recipe below


Fresh Tagliatelle Pasta

Ingredients

Pasta Sauce

  • 10g Ham, sliced into strips
  • 10g Green Peas
  • 15g Button Mushroom
  • 1/2 cups All Purpose Cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon Truffle Oil
  • 1 tablespoon Unsalted Butter
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

Pasta Dough

  • 3 cups AP Flour or Italian Flour
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 tablespoon Oil
  • Water

Procedure

  1. Heat the butter in a cooking pan over a low heat
  2. Sautee ham and mushroom
  3. Blanch the greenpeas into a boiling lightly salted water and add to the pan.
  4. Pour in 1/4 cup of water and simmer for 2 minutes.
  5. Add the cream and truffle oil and salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Meanwhile,in a large heavy based saucepan of boiling lightly salted water.
  7. Add the fresh pasta and cook for 2-3 minutes or until tender but still firm to the bite (al dente).
  8. Drain the pasta and add to the prepared sauce toss well and transfer to a warmed serving dish.
  9. Toss again and serve.

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PACE News

PACE and the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship

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Professional Academy for Culinary Education, the pioneer in Chefpreneurship, recently partnered with the PHILIPPINE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP – GO NEGOSYO, a non-stock, non-profit organization that advocates for entrepreneurship development.

PCE-Go Negosyo and PACE shares a common belief that Filipinos can uplift their lives by engaging in entrepreneurship and developing an optimistic, passionate, creative and innovative, resourceful, diligent and persevering character.

PACE will help PCE-Go Negosyo in its mentoring IMG_7913program which aims to scale up the businesses of micro and small entrepreneurs thru coaching and mentoring and encourage business linkage among program partners and stakeholders.

The partnership also allows PACE and its students to benefit from the numerous trainings and seminars that PCE-Go Negosyo conducts to help aspiring entrepreneurs.

Together, PACE and PCE-Go Negosyo hopes to stimulate SME growth in the Food Service Industry in the Eastern area of the Metro.

#PACEAdvantage #Chefpreneurship