On Tuesday 9th of January 2018 will meet chefs Rodolfo Guzman and Virgilio Martinez to discuss the food challenges of today and the ways for generating new economies.
A “new point of view at the local gastronomy” was how the organisers described the previous “NGELEMEN” a talkatory that took place on 7th April 2016 at the innovation center of Universidad Católica.
“NGELEMEN” – which means gathering in Mapudungún – focuses on new ways of producing good food and its effects. To do this, professionals from different areas give master talks in which they expose how, in a world where food can be more and more scarce, agriculture and the growing of new food generates not only new needs but new cultural, economic or even touristic opportunities.
Ngelemen – The talkatory
Rodolfo Guzman and Virgilio Martinez are promoting knowledge as a driving force in the region, through their deep understanding of the territory, its ingredients and culture of both countries – Chile and Peru.
The event will take place on 9th January from 12:00 to 2.00 pm in Santiago (Chile), attendance is free and open to public. To attend the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rodolfo Guzman also announced a much bigger Ngelemen event for September this year. News to follow in March.