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The Maya Kitchen Presents- European Cooking Made Easy

Chef Cara Davis who trained at the Culinary Institute of America in New York will showcase her culinary prowess by sharing selected European dishes with a cooking demo on October 25, Saturday, 9-1pm at The Maya Kitchen in Makati.


She will share the following recipes- Salmorejo Soup, an Andalusian version of gazpacho made by blending tomatoes, garkic and day old bread; Cavatelli, is fresh pasta with pistachios, parmesan cheese, herbs and roasted tomatoes; St. Peter's Fish is pan seared Tilapia with beurre blanc sauce; and Peach Galette.

For more information about Chef Cara's cooking demo, you may visit www.themayakitchen.com or email- contactus@themayakitchen.com Tel- 8921185 / 8925011 loc 108.

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