The Negros Museum
Food Author Amy Besa
A Lecture Exchange
on Filipino & Visayan Food
Chefs, culinary students and food enthusiasts are invited to a free lecture exchange entitled How We Can Move Filipino Food Forward by Filipino food author and New York based restaurateur Amy Besa at the Negros Museum on October 27, 2010, Wednesday at 10AM.
In 2006, Amy Besa co-authored with her husband Romy Dorotan the book Memories of Philippine Kitchens which won the IACP Jane Grigson Award for Distinguished Scholarship in the Quality of Research Presentation.
She now owns the restaurant Purple Yam in Brooklyn and runs it with her husband. The couple also owned and manage Cendrillon from 1996 - 2005, a Filipino restaurant in New York.
No registration for this event but the museum would like to save all interested parties so please call/message 09173007742 or 4334764.
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If you would like more information about this topic or schedule an interview with a Negros Museum representative, contact us at these numbers: 034 4334764 / 7085080 / 0927-4717742 or email us at email@example.com.