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Jill’s column – 4 September 2013

It was knives and pans at four paces when Patagonian Chile welcomed a group to a fun team-building event at The Sydney Seafood School for a ‘Flavours of Chile’ cooking class on Sunday night. Hosted by Turismo Chile and held at the Sydney Fish Market, Pyrmont, it commenced in the school’s tiered auditorium with a demonstration by their Chilean chef Ignacio Martinez and then in teams of four we created and ate a delicious and very typical Chilean dish - lamb at that!It was a creative way to promote this inspirational destination, which stretches in an impossibly thin line over 2700 miles of the southwestern coast of South America. Juan López, Turismo Chile’s long haul market manager and his team were on the last leg of an Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney roadshow, which actively promotes opportunities to the MICE market, including their extensive pre and post event touring opportunities for delegates and their partners. It was knives and pans at four paces when Patagonian Chile welcomed a group to a fun team-building event at The Sydney Seafood School for a ‘Flavours of Chile’ cooking class on Sunday night.
Hosted by Turismo Chile and held at the Sydney Fish Market, Pyrmont, it commenced in the school’s tiered auditorium with a demonstration by their Chilean chef Ignacio Martinez and then in teams of four we created and ate a delicious and very typical Chilean dish – lamb at that!
It was a creative way to promote this inspirational destination, which stretches in an impossibly thin line over 2700 miles of the southwestern coast of South America.
Juan López, Turismo Chile’s long haul market manager and his team were on the last leg of an Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney roadshow, which actively promotes opportunities to the MICE market, including their extensive pre and post event touring opportunities for delegates and their partners.
 
 
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