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Kamayan: A real Filipino dining experience

Posted by anakbayantoronto on August 19, 2009

kamayanThe anatomy of a Kamayan

The traditional way (in the Philippines)
of eating is with the hands, especially
dry dishes such as inihaw or prito.
The diner will take a bite of the main
dish, then eat rice pressed together
with his/her fingers… Filipinos tend to feel the
spirit of kamayan when eating amidst
nature during out of town trips, beach
vacations, and town fiestas.  (Wikipedia.com)

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Migrante Ontario Youth, in community partnership with and Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture, and in collaboration with the Filipino Canadian Association of Ryerson invite you to

A fundraising dinner in support of the upcoming Filipino Youth Festival

Saturday, August 29, 2009
Starting @ 5:00pm (Please be early to secure good seats.)
Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture
167 Augusta Avenue

Please join us for a fun-filled night of authentic Filipino cuisine and entertainment.

Appetizer – Mangga at bagoong
Soup – Tinolang manok
Main course – Menudo, laing, lumpiang sariwa, steamed rice
Dessert – Turon, halo-halo

$25 minimum donation (includes food, drinks* and entertainment)

Limited seating available.

Please RSVP with Rowena at (416) 522-8676 or by e-mail migranteON.youth@gmail.com to secure your seats.

*Drinks included in the $25 are non-alcoholic types.

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