Support our Lunch for a Cause project by dining with us! This is the mid-year culinary function of the scholars of Manila Institute for Culinary Arts and Residential Services or MICARS, a school dedicated to the development of marginalized members of our society through skills training, Christian work ethic and values formation for assured employment in hospitality service … Read more
Rosé is the term for pink-colored wine produced from the skin contact method, a process where grapes are crushed and left in contact with its skin no longer than twenty hours. When the skin is left to sit longer with the must (pressed grape juice), the result is a more intense color and stronger flavor. Hence, rosé is light to the taste and non-intoxicating.
MICARS recognizes the tremendous growth in the international food service industry over the last few years. And to keep up to its name of being one of the top culinary schools in the Philippines, MICARS continuously invites leading chefs and resource speakers who are experts in the various fields of the food and beverage services industry to give lectures and cooking demonstrations.