There’s another long weekend coming up and we know just how you can spend it with your friends and family. It’s always a good time when food is involved, especially when you’re trying something new. Do sweet and savory Asian flavors sound good? Luckily for you, McCormick will be launching their new dipping sauces along with Agemono Fry Sets this weekend.
What can you look forward too? Trying out their sweet chili, teriyaki, tonkatsu, and sriracha sauces at the dipping station. There will also be a cooking demonstration from Sabrina Artadi and Mother Who Brunch dio Sabrina Cristobal-Go and Michelle Aventejado. Learn how to cook easy meals like tempura and karaage at home. Another fun activity will be a bento workshop with Kat Maderazo. You can now learn how to make those cute meals for your kids you see on social media. There will also be food served from different concessionaires like The Good Tapa, Gyu Guru, One Matcha, and Naan.
Aside from the food, there will be other activities focused on Asian culture. Enjoy origami and calligraphy workshops with your kids and a wadaiko drums performance to keep the event going.
If this is how you want to spend your Sunday, head on over to BHS Central Amphitheater on May 13 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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