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DOT’s KAIN NA! makes a comeback in Tagaytay

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DOT’s KAIN NA! makes a comeback in Tagaytay

DOT Region IV-A OIC-Director Marites Castro, Undersecretary Myra Paz V. Abubakar, Undersecretary Woodrow C. Maquiling, Jr., Undersecretary Edwin R. Enrile, Nayong Pilipino Foundation Executive Director Gertrudes Duran-Batocabe, Tourism Officer Provincial Tourism Office of Cavite Rochelle Bawalan and Armin Arañas, Tagaytay Tourism officer Jarryd Bello, Ayala Malls General Manager Tina De Asis, and Ayala Mall Serin Marketing Manager Jeanette Gonzales graced the ceremonial ribbon cutting.

TAGAYTAY CITY — As part of its continuing efforts to revive the country’s local food tourism scene, the Department of Tourism (DOT) in partnership with Ayala Malls brought another hybrid staging of the KAIN NA! Food and Travel Festival from December 9 to 12, 2021 at the Ayala Serin Mall in Tagaytay City, Cavite. This […]

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DOT’s KAIN NA! makes a comeback in Tagaytay

DOT Region IV-A OIC-Director Marites Castro, Undersecretary Myra Paz V. Abubakar, Undersecretary Woodrow C. Maquiling, Jr., Undersecretary Edwin R. Enrile, Nayong Pilipino Foundation Executive Director Gertrudes Duran-Batocabe, Tourism Officer Provincial Tourism Office of Cavite Rochelle Bawalan and Armin Arañas, Tagaytay Tourism officer Jarryd Bello, Ayala Malls General Manager Tina De Asis, and Ayala Mall Serin Marketing Manager Jeanette Gonzales graced the ceremonial ribbon cutting.

TAGAYTAY CITY — As a part of its persevering with efforts to revive the nation’s native meals tourism scene, the Division of Tourism (DOT) in partnership with Ayala Malls introduced one other hybrid staging of the KAIN NA! Meals and Journey Competition from December 9 to 12, 2021 on the Ayala Serin Mall in Tagaytay Metropolis, Cavite.

DOT Region IV-A OIC-Director Marites Castro, Undersecretary Myra Paz V. Abubakar, Undersecretary Woodrow C. Maquiling, Jr., Undersecretary Edwin R. Enrile, Nayong Pilipino Foundation Executive Director Gertrudes Duran-Batocabe, Tourism Officer Provincial Tourism Office of Cavite Rochelle Bawalan and Armin Arañas, Tagaytay Tourism officer Jarryd Bello, Ayala Malls General Manager Tina De Asis, and Ayala Mall Serin Marketing Manager Jeanette Gonzales graced the ceremonial ribbon cutting.
DOT Area IV-A OIC-Director Marites Castro, Undersecretary Myra Paz V. Abubakar, Undersecretary Woodrow C. Maquiling, Jr., Undersecretary Edwin R. Enrile, Nayong Pilipino Basis Govt Director Gertrudes Duran-Batocabe, Tourism Officer Provincial Tourism Workplace of Cavite Rochelle Bawalan and Armin Arañas, Tagaytay Tourism officer Jarryd Bello, Ayala Malls Basic Supervisor Tina De Asis, and Ayala Mall Serin Advertising Supervisor Jeanette Gonzales graced the ceremonial ribbon slicing.

This version of KAIN NA! is dubbed “Travelling Flavors,” which is a nod to the quincentennial celebrations within the Philippines, notably towards the Galleon Commerce which facilitated the assembly and melding of jap and western flavors, components, and cooking strategies which have left an indelible mark on the Filipino culinary panorama.

“Centuries later, numerous components of the world have additionally come to know Filipino delicacies by the palates and creativity of the Filipino diaspora, who've launched our distinctive taste profiles, regional cuisines, and components in a myriad of modern and attention-grabbing methods,” mentioned Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat.

DOT Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat in her opening message lauded the rise of Filipino cuisine through the palates and creativity of the Filipino diaspora.
DOT Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat in her opening message lauded the rise of Filipino delicacies by the palates and creativity of the Filipino diaspora.

“Whereas inbound tourism stays restricted in the intervening time, in mild of the COVID-19 pandemic, the presence of constant discussions on Filipino flavors and meals tourism experiences stay among the many finest methods to maintain the Philippines within the hearts and minds of vacationers and vacationers, whom we will welcome with a burst of enjoyable flavors as soon as the scenario safely permits,” Puyat added.

A complete of 11 bodily cubicles had been mounted for the exercise, every selling a novel product and repair of meals and farm tourism stakeholders throughout the nation.

Bicol, CALABARZON, and Eastern Visayas are some of the many participants in the “Travelling Flavors” edition of Kain Na! at the Ayala Serin Mall in Tagaytay City, Cavite.
Bicol, CALABARZON, and Jap Visayas are among the many members within the “Travelling Flavors” version of Kain Na! on the Ayala Serin Mall in Tagaytay Metropolis, Cavite.

This yr's KAIN NA featured the ff. exhibitors:

  • Muntinlupa Metropolis Girls Producers Cooperative and My Little Oven By Simplicity from the Nationwide Capital Area (NCR);
  • Provincial Authorities of Ilocos Sur (Area 1);
  • Duran Farm and Myriad Farm from Area III;
  • Farmshare Agri Tourism Park and Uma Verde Econature Farm Inc. from Area 4A;
  • Caramay Espresso Planters and Merls Native Delicacies from Area 4B;
  • Mediodia's Delicacies and Nanay Patring Recipe & Asia Pacific Aqua Marine, Inc. from Area 6;
  • Lamac Multi-Function Cooperative from Area 7;
  • Jane’s Meals Merchandise from Area 9; and
  • Alameda Farm from CARAGA.

This run of the KAIN NA! additionally introduced again its signature meals webinars, specifically International Prospectives, Meals Tourism Change, and Meals Tourism 101, in addition to three digital symposia, which tackled cultural influences within the meals and gastronomy of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Food from Calabarzon
Meals from Calabarzon

Among the many audio system had been award-winning cooks and restaurateurs Jessica Gonzales of Bobi Filipino Meals primarily based in Paris, France, Chele Gonzalez of Gallery by Chele, 2019 James Beard Awardee for Greatest Chef (Mid-Atlantic) Tom Cunanan, Carlo Lamagna, chef-owner of recent Filipino restaurant – Magna, in Portland, Oregon, and Christina Sunae, chef-owner of Cocina Sunae, Sunae Asian Cantina in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Alfie Escabarte and Carmelita Escabarte, Co-Founders of Thrilla in Manila.

KAIN NA! business-to-business conferences additionally linked up Meals Tourism Consortium members and CALABARZON stakeholders.

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DOT’s KAIN NA! makes a comeback in Tagaytay
Melo Villareal
Out of Town Blog

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