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Jolly University 2015 Goes To UST

Last Tuesday, Jolly University held a cooking competition for three teams at the University of Santo Tomas (UST). The winning team will then join the Jolly Boot Camp and eventually compete with the other winning teams from other colleges and universities in Metro Manila.



While the competing teams from UST are busy in the kitchen, Jolly University invited some experts to share some knowledge and tips that will help them in their chosen field later on.

Ms. Jasmine shares her knowledge about wine, the varietal of grapes, how wine is made, and other pertinent info.



There's also a representative from Solane who gave safety tips and the proper use of Solane cooking gas. This is very important to the HRM students since they will be working in the kitchen where safety is a number one concern.


Appetite Magazine's Ms. Nina Daza- Puyat also graced the event and reiterated the need to promote our local dishes.








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