24th SEA Games Chefs

The Philippine team for the 24th Southeast Asian Games brought their own chefs with them to Nakhon Ratchaasima Thailand. Cooking sumptuous meals for the pinoy athletes are our graduates Myles Sanchez, Cardelon (Lon) Hernandez, Paolo Kierulf, and faculty member Chef Shirley Joseph. The culinary team has been there since December 1. The SEA Games are scheduled from December 6 to 16, 2007.


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One Response to 24th SEA Games Chefs

  1. myles sanchez says:

    Sports Breaking News

    Big RP gold heroes sizzle in from the kitchen

    By Recah Trinidad
    Last updated 02:14am (Mla time) 12/12/2007

    NAKHON RATCHASIMA–Want a bit of spicy news about the shaky, sinking Philippine sports mission to this placid, charming capital?

    Malacañang may not be aware of it, but our gallant team of Filipino chefs has already pocketed the gold medal at the crowded mess hall of the Athletes Village here.

    That medal, being unofficial, cannot shore RP up in the rugged race for overall honors but, before grizzled politicians in the national sports hierarchy start passing the buck again, please give our chefs and nutritionists from University of Santo Tomas and College of St. Benilde a round of applause.

    Take it from Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose Cojuangco, who confirmed that favorite Filipino dishes prepared by RP chefs were being voraciously patronized by foreign contingents.

    Source: http://sports.inquirer.net/breakingnews/breakingnews/view_article.php?article_id=106348

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