Cook For a Cause
Cook for a cause? Almost every one of us has a reason why we cook and the most common reason is to eat hot food or simply to eat; we cook to eat. But in restaurants and food chains, of course they don’t eat what they cook, rather we customers eat what they cook, is not it?
However, we do not eat what they cook for free, is not it? Rather we buy what they cook. So also in our respective homes, we buy what we eat yet we eat for free what we cook in our own kitchen though we buy the food uncooked.
In food establishments like restaurants and food chains, they have a main constant reason why they cook, that is of course, they cook to have money. They cook delicious food for you and from them to get money from your pocket in exchange for the food they cook which you eat. For this is a trade in food business.
InterContinental Hotel Manila have took food business into charity works by gathering all eight best chefs in the Philippine food industry to cook for a charity cause for Children’s Hour and WFF Philippines.
The eight best chefs are chefs Jessie Sincioco, Marc Aubry, Roland Sager, Roland Lutz, Patrick Fournes, Billy King, Cyrille Soenen, and Christian Pirodon. Each luxurious meal cost 15,000 pesos wherein the guests for the one night dinner are wealthy people of course.