A seminar on making native snacks and other delicacies, known in the vernacular as kakanin, will be conducted this Sunday, February 16 at the College of Social Work and Community Development, Magsaysay Avenue, cor. Ylanan Street, University of the Philippines, Diliman campus.
Organized by the Golden Treasures Skills and Development Program, the day-long seminar will cover a wide range of products.
These include puto, kutsinta, espasol, buchi, maja blanca, cassava cake, kalamay, linupak, suman sa lihiya, suman sa ibos, bibingkang pinipig, binagol, tupig, minoron, puto bumbong, baye baye and kalamay.
The training program will also tackle sourcing of materials, costing, marketing, and other topics that will help participants make a business out of kakanin-making.
To reserve a seat in the program, call Tels. 421 1577, 436 7826 or 0905 205 0110 or visit www.GoldenTreasureSkills.com