Congratulations, PACE Manila!

Professional Academy for Culinary Education or PACE recently emerged as the 2019 overall champion at the 2019 Philippine Culinary Cup.

The culinary competition was held at SMX Convention last August 7 to 10.


Last year, The Eatventurers celebrated with PACE in its success at the 2018 edition of the Philippine Culinary Cup. This competition is endorsed by World Association of Chef Societies.


They then sent a team to 11 categories, represented by 27 professionals and students, and they managed to have a podium finish with 5 gold, 13 silver and 21 bronze medals. 


This year, PACE team mentored by Chef Abner Lowell Cauilan, Chef Jose Amadeo “Menoy” Gimenez and Chef Bong Villanueva, managed to bag awards again and became the 2019 overall champion in the non-professional division.



In view of that we are sharing our experience with PACE in their victory last year.

Here are some of the degustation we captured in August last year during the PACE's buffet appreciation dinner. 

PACE showcased their winning dishes and we were lucky to try some of those.

Braised beef with barley blue cheese risotto, mushroom tortellini, culiflower with browned butter puree, pickled radish and braised vegetables


Deep fried buta ka kuni, oriental consomme, bacalao rice teriyaki tamago and mushroom tempura



Moroccan spiced pan fried duck leg sauteed beans and vegetables couscous tabouleh with babbaganoush, foiegras and port wine


Herbed crusted beef fingers, red wine sauce reduction, green pea puree sauteed vegetables and potato fondant



Trippa Venezia



They also prepared the highlighted Filipino dishes that they have presented in the 2018 Philippine Culinary Cup.

Among the dishes we tried are Asado piaya, Itik taco, Ensaladang talong, Sizzling  bulalo and Seafood sinigang, among others.



Itik Taco

Asado Piaya
Ensaladang talong
Seafood Sinigang

Bulalo



For dessert, we tried their creme brulee and buko pandan sherbet.

Buko pandan sherbet

Creme Brulee

They also served the signature tamarind juice.

Pace is a premier culinary institution dedicated to the advancement of culinary education and entrepreneurship in the food service industry. It has branches in Rizal, Paranaque and in Araneta, Cubao.


Meet some of the TEAM PACE.

Chef Abner Lowell Cauilan - Co-founder, Program Director

Chef Catherine Ong - Co-founder, CEO
Mark Anthony Catarroja - Co-founder and School Administration

PACE Manila


Website: Pace Manila
Facebook: Pace_manila
Instagram: @pace_manila

***Disclosure: Meals were prepared by PACE Manila

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