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Chef Vicky Pacheco at The Maya Kitchen

Chef Vicky Pacheco who is the force behind Chateau 1771, Sentro 1771 and Flatiron will share some gastronomic dishes at The Maya Kitchen. The Cooking Demo is on November 5, 2016  from 1-3pm.

She will be preparing Flatiron's Brisket 6, a fork-tender beef brisket slow-cooked for 6 hours and served with sauteed brown and red rice, and a side side dish of cucumber-carrot slaw.


Aside from Brisket 6, Chef Vicky will also demonstrate how to prepare Chicken Piccata, Pizzaiola Pasta, Pomelo Orzo Salad, and Manhattan Seafood Chowder.

For more information about the cooking demo, log on to The Maya Kitchen or email contactus@themayakitchen.com. The Maya Kitchen is at 8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz St., Makati City.


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