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Iloilo native chef moves on to the national competition round of Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition

Gil George B. Tucaban (3rd from left) from Jaro, Iloilo bested five other contestants in the 8th regional leg of the Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition—a nationwide cooking competition which aims to recognize a new generation of local talented chefs.

Iloilo native chef moves on to the national competition round of Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition

Tucaban’s winning dish was based on his mother’s Adobo recipe which he improved by using pork flakes and adding mango salsa. Tucaban qualifies for the national competition round where he will have the chance to win P100,000 and a culinary trip to Japan.

The Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition is sponsored Midea, Jolly Heartmate, Doña Elena Al Dente Pasta, Masflex Cookware, Ajinomoto, King Sue, Anvil Publishing, Philtranco, Fastcat, and Chef Plus.

Photo shows (L-R) Isla LPG Corp marketing manager Valeri Villano, Institute for Culinary Arts De LaSalle director Richard Ynayan, Chef Andre Gonzaga, Solane Kitchen Hero competition director Nancy Reyes Lumen, Isla LPG Corp. brand manager Charen Natal, and Tambok’s El Nido owner Josef Sagemüller.

Topics: Gil George B. Tucaban , Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition , Solane Kitchen Hero Chefs’ Edition

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