You Can Learn To Make Your Fave Cibo Dishes At This One-Day Cooking Class

Learn from owner and chef Gaita Fores, no less!

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If you love Cibo and their pasta dishes (Penne al Telefono and Spaghettini al Emilia!), this one-day cooking class is for you! 

 

 

Learn to make Cibo’s bestsellers such as their Insalata, Bruschetta, Penne al Telefono and Spaghettini al Emilia, and more this summer! The class will be taught by Cibo’s Margarita Fores, who helped introduce Italian cuisine in Metro Manila via Cibo while championing local producers and organic ingredients.

 

Fores is known for her mastery in Italian cooking but she is also a staunch advocate of Filipino cuisine. She co-authored Kulinarya, a cookbook which puts together regional recipes and cooking practices in the Philippines. She was also awarded the Best Female Chef for 2016 award by the group behind Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.

 

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Classes are scheduled on April 21 (Saturday, 2-5:30 p.m.) and April 28 (Saturday, 2-5:30 p.m.) at Ascott, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

 

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Class fee is priced at P4,500 per person with generous tasting portions and beverages, plus you get a recipe booklet. To reserve a slot, email [email protected].

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