Celebrating the Universal Language of Food: Kamayan

June 6, 2019      |      Posted on Posted in Total Well-Being
Celebrating the Universal Language of Food: Kamayan

One of the greatest ways to explore world cultures and traditions is through the universal language of food. Adventurous cuisines, exotic fruits, and cultural delicacies can be found across the globe—or in your backyard. As America celebrates rich diversity in culture, so many cities, towns, and even workplaces can sample some of the finest global cuisines without having to step on a plane.

Take Kamayan for example: a truly Filipino tradition of eating with your hands. Tables are covered in banana leaves, abundant with fresh grilled fish, fried shrimp, seasonal vegetables, rice and traditional Filipino dishes. More than just feasting on mouth-watering delights, kamayan is an experience. It is all about sharing, and bringing people together. Kamayan is just one of many fascinating global food experiences of the world, and can be a perfect way to celebrate cultures and bring joy to your next teambuilding activity, workplace event, or community pot luck.

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