- Join and Enjoy, The very first Kusinero ‘t Kusinerang Kapampangan Cook-off.
Tocino,Halo-halo, Pancit Luglug and of course Sisig!!! If you’ve tried any of these 100% Kapampangan food then you probably have said “Hmmm Manyaman!”
Known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines—Pampanga is home to hundreds of homegrown restaurants making it one of the country’s favorite out-of-town destinations especially for the foodies and that includes you and me!
Because when it comes to food and cooking Our dear Cabalen takes pride on its heritage and legacy based recipes that were passed on generation after generation. Needless to say, they take their cooking very seriously and that they consider culinary a form of art. Its indeed true that in Pampanga, every food is extra special.
Amidst the trend of International cuisines and fast-food chains, Pampanga’s homegrown restaurants have managed to keep-up and keep the passion burning, when it comes to food. Kapampangan families have always taken its pride on serving heirloom recipes and the local government have come-up with a very creative way on how make it stay this way.
This October to revive the recipes that we have long consigned to oblivion and to promote Mexico Pampanga’s rich culture, the town is launching it’s very first Kusinero’t Kusinerang Kapampangan cook-off featuring Atching Lilian Borromeo. The said cook-off is open for families, maximum of 3 members that resides in Mexico Pampanga. The competition will take place at SM City Pampanga, semi-finals will be on October 02-2017 and the Grand-finals will be on October 09-2017. Winners will be taking with them not just the experience but Cash-Prize and Gift packs too! The Third placer is going home with 5,000 Pesos cash while the Second placer takes home 7,000 Pesos cash, both receives Mama Sita’s gift packs while the Grand winner brings home 10,000 Pesos cash and trip for Three to Kalibo, Aklan plus gift packs of course! Don’t let the opportunity pass you by because those interested may submit their entries via e-mail at [email protected] until September 29-2017.
The town’s municipality is looking forward to seeing families from Mexico, Pampanga to come together and exhibit family owned recipes. Because after all, Pampanga doesn’t just deserve its title as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines but instead the province have earned it over the years of serving dishes that have bedazzled the taste of Filipinos.