McCormick Flavor Nation Festival brings the Flavors of East Asia to Life!

McCormick Philippines and are back with McCormick Flavor Nation Festival held at the BGC Bonifacio High Street Central Amphitheater,  yesterday, May 13, Mothers Day. I went to the event all the way from Antipolo just to take part on this event coz’ my son loves to cook and is a McCormick fanatic. I also want to check on what they have to offer this time.

McCormick has long established itself as the authority for quality herbs and spices since the late 1800s. It has been the go-to choice in the sauce and breading category, providing its market with a variety of sources and coating mixes for everyday cooking.

They launched two new product lines during the event, the Agemono Fry Set (tonkatsu, tempura, and karaage) and the Dipping Set (Sweet Chili, Teriyaki, Tonkatsu, and Sriracha). This is their way of celebrating their 26th year of providing flavor to many dishes.

Thanks to McCormick, it is now easy to make authentic Japanese meals at home using the Agemono Fry Set. And Fried foods will be more enjoyable with their new Dipping Set.  The launch is not complete without cooking demonstrations featuring said products. And by the way, we were given samples too, there is no excuse not trying it at home right away.

The event was made more special by a Japanese drums performance by Wadaiko, Japanese calligraphy and Origami workshops and cooking demos by chef personalities like Sabrina Artadi, Bento by Kat, Neri Miranda and Chef Tenten Casasola.

McCormick Flavor Nation Festival 2018 is powered by Hinge Inquirer Publications and presented by and McCormick, with F&B as media partner.

A successful event indeed! Until next year’s event, McCormick! Continue to put flavor  to our dishes...  J

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