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Student cameraperson needed for Filipino Culinary Class

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  • Marissa Aroy
    Folks, The Asian Culinary Forum is having a symposium about Filipino food this weekend, and they would love to have someone document some of the events.
    Message 1 of 1 , May 11, 2010
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      Folks,

      The Asian Culinary Forum is having a  symposium about Filipino food this weekend, and they would love to have someone document some of the events.  There isn't any pay but filming the events means that you get to learn about (AND EAT) some amazing Filipino food.   The filming may involve some editing of the footage, although you can figure that out with the organizers.  The event is being sponsored by the Asian Culinary Forum, a non-profit dedicated to the study, history, understanding, and interest in Asian foods.  Oh, and they like to eat too!

      If anyone is interested in filming this event, please contact:  Bryan Wu bryan@...

      If you end up doing the gig, contact me as well and I'll talk you through whatever you're going to be filming, marissa_aroy@...

      And just a reminder for my students and former students-Remember: the more your film, the better you get at it!

      -Marissa Aroy

      More info below: 

      Join the Asian Culinary Forum in the heart of San Francisco for an exciting, weekend-long celebration of the foods of the Philippines.


      Master Cooking Class
      TRADITIONAL SOURING INGREDIENTS IN FILIPINO CUISINE
      Sat May 15 | 9:00 am–1:00 pm * * * SOLD OUT! * * *
           
      In this hands-on cooking class, cookbook author and restaurant co-owner, Amy Besa, will teach the fundamentals of using the three classes of traditional souring ingredients: natural vinegars, sour fruits and citrus fruits. While this class will take place in the state-of-the-art, professional training kitchen of the International Culinary Institute, be sure to bring your notebooks, pens and active listening skills: Amy will honor a long tradition of oral storytelling and verbal recipe instruction in this rare, special cooking class. After the class, students will enjoy the food they’ve learned to cook: pork sparerib adobo, chicken adobo, short-rib adobo, shrimp kinilaw, oyster kinilaw, and sea bass sinigang soured two different ways.
      Capacity: 20
      $85 per person. Ticket sales end May 12! 
      [buy now]
       
      Join the Asian Culinary Forum in the heart of San Francisco for an exciting, weekend-long celebration of the foods of the Philippines.



      Marissa Aroy
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