CA I and CA III Exam



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While on batch had their first exam, the other Batch had their final exam a week later. During CA I our students learn the food basics of culinary art. Starting from knife skills to simple dishes to more technical …

Culinary Kick-Start 2016



You ever dreamed of a career in culinary arts? 2016 is the time to make your dream come true.

We at DACA provide you with the best educators to kick-start your dream. Our next courses start already on 11th of …

Basic & Advanced Culinary Arts Course



DACA - Basic & Advanced Culinary Arts

WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR 4 MONTHS BASIC AND ADVANCE CULINARY SKILLS, WHERE YOU CAN TAKE THE NC II COOKERY EXAM FROM TESDA AFTER TRAINING..
For inquiries and more information please call or text daca @ 09177000296/ (035) 421-0687 or …

They did it again



Culinary Arts School Dumaguete

It was time for Kay, Ron, and Jeff to impress the judges during their practical exam at DACA. And impressing is what they did. Delicious starters, mains and desserts left little for the judges to criticize and even less on …

Final Exam for 3 Students



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It was crunch-time for Fritchelyn A. Matter, Anariza Flaten and Jacques Rousseau L. Credo. The thre DACA students had their final exam after 10 month learning, studying and cooking on April 15, 2015. They had to impress four …

CA 2 Final Exam



Pork Tenderloin with Potato Gratin with Red Wine Sauce

Mary Kay Magpiong and Ronxavier Valdehueza took their  CA 2 Final Exam on March 31. Just before Eastern, they made themselves the greatest present with passing it.

Culinary Schedule – March 2015



While most college and high-school students looking forward to the summer-holidays, the DACA students and staff is prepared for a busy March. Starting already in the first week our Batch 16 has to prove their skills and knowledge at their …

Food Safety



Most food-borne illnesses can be prevented, and since food sickens millions of people each year it’s worth taking precautions. Begin by keeping your hands and all food reparation surfaces and utensils clean; soap and hot water are fine.

Wash …