Indonesian Culinary Workshop opened at College of Tourism & Hotel Management
ISLAMABAD, SEP 21: The Indonesian Ambassador to Islamabad, Adam M. Tugio opened the Indonesian Culinary Workshop at the College of Tourism & Hotel Management (COTHM) Islamabad, on 20 September 2022.
The Indonesian Culinary Workshop presented Chef Budiono from Courtyard by Marriott Nusa Dua Bali to introduce two famous Indonesian cuisines: Sate Lilit Ayam and Beef Curry.
Twenty students from COTHM Culinary Arts Management Department enthusiastically participated in the workshop.
CEO of COTHM, Ahmad Shafiq expressed his appreciation to the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad for giving students the opportunity to learn about Indonesian culinary, and expressed hope to build cooperation between COTHM & Indonesian vocational institutions in the hospitality and service sector.
The Indonesian Culinary Workshop event was held as a part of the Indonesia Spice Up the World, a program to raise awareness of the potential of Indonesian spices through culinary and economic diplomacy activities. The workshop was a success in collaboration with Fauzi Supreme Cooking Oil and Banaspati.
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