Introducing indigenous culinary culture of Central Highlands through "Basaltic cuisine" program
The program named "Basaltic cuisine" takes place in 4 days from November 19 to November 22 in the campus of Gia Lai Provincial Museum. There are more than 20 booths displaying and selling typical dishes of the ethnic minorities in Tay Nguyen (the Central Highlands in Vietnam).
On the evening of November 19, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Gia Lai province opened the program named "Basaltic cuisine". It was also the opening of a series of activities in the week of 15th Anniversary of the space of gong culture in the Vietnam Highlands recognized by UNESCO as as a Masterpiece of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity on November 25, 2005.
The program took place in 4 days from November 19 to November 22 in Gia Lai Provincial Museum. There were more than 20 booths displaying and selling typical dishes of ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands, such as lam rice, grilled chicken, roast pork, noodles (cassava), dried beef, cakes and many street food.
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Attending the program, Mr. Bach Hong Quy, Jrai Food restaurant (Tran Quang Khai- Pleiku) said that every traditional dish in the Central Highlands bore the common feature that being simple and homely.
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