Food Tours of Asia: Filipino CookingVIEW EVENT DETAILS
In collaboration with Gerry's Grill and Filipino Young Professionals
In this food event for all ages, Gerry's Grill and Filipino Young Professionals will celebrate Filipino cuisine and culture with games, a lumpia-making workshop, talk, performance, and food tasting.
Filipino Young Professionals will talk about the history and types of food in Filipino cuisine, including the ingredients used, how food is prepared, and influences from different aspects of Filipino culture, and will even present a Filipino dance performance. Gerry's Grill will demonstrate how to make lumpia (a type of spring roll) with vegetarian and meat-based options. Participants will make their own lumpia and taste a variety of Filipino foods.
This workshop is designed for those with little to no experience, and is appropriate for all ages. Families with children, adults, and lifelong learners are welcome! At the end, you will leave with a new set of skills (and recipe) to try out at home.
Limited spots available: First 75 participants only. Tickets will not be available on the day of the program. Reserve your spot today!
About Gerry's Grill
Gerry's Grill is a group of restaurants based in the Philippines. Its first branch opened at Tomas Morato in Quezon City on February 14, 1997. Years after two more branches opened in the U.S. in 2010, they started to expand in Singapor and 2012 in Qatar. Gerry's has already 75 branches locally and internationally. Popular fare includes grilled seafood, pica-pica, and Asian and Filipino dishes.
Gerry's Grill Houston is located at 6833 West Sam Houston Parkway South.
About Filipino Young Professionals
The Filipino Young Professionals of Houston ("FYP") is comprised of individuals in and outside of Houston from diverse backgrounds (cultures, nationalities, professions, and ages) who are of Filipino heritage or who have an interest in the Philippines or Filipino culture.
Through its activities and events, FYP continuously ensures that its members, its friends and supporters in the local and global communities, and future generations will maintain Filipino cultural knowledge and awareness. FYP encourages its members to take an active role in education themselves, and others, in the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines. FYP also provides its members with multiple opportunities to organize and participate in philanthropic initiatives benefitting the local and international community. Moreover, FYP holds frequent networking socials to foster an environment of friendship and promote professional relationships.
Education and outreach programs at Asia Society Texas Center are made possible through generous funding from Karen Chang, Greater Houston Community Foundation, and the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation. Generous funding also provided by the Friends of Asia Society Texas Center, a premier group of individuals and organizations committed to bringing exceptional programming and exhibitions to Asia Society Texas Center.
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