Three internationally recognized Dominican chefs seek to enter the Guinness Book by breaking the record for the largest mangú in the world at the Flavor Fusion Fest.
“With this ‘high cuisine mangú’, we really want to elevate this Dominican dish, and for the world to know how delicious and spectacular the food of our beloved country is”, says culinary specialist María Marte.
Flavor Fusión Fest is the name of a project lead by Marte, who has two Michelin stars and a celebrity chef; Amilkar Gonell, General Manager, Executive Chef, and Culinary Consultant and Pamela Gonell, Executive Chef Consultant.
The kitchen specialists want to establish a new record by surpassing the largest mangú in the world in 2017 (largest mangú service), which was composed of more than 80% green bananas and had a weight of about 645 lbs.
So far, the exquisite dish will be made at the annual festival (Flavor Fusion Fest) scheduled for Saturday, October 2nd, 2021, at Citi Field, Queens, New York, United States, and is for foodies of all ages. ages.
“This event is perfect to achieve our goal, as it offers the perfect combination of place, people, and food that results in an identity like no other in the world,” adds Marte.
The festival’s main objective is to publicize the typical dishes of the Dominican Republic, and the possible combinations of the culinary art of other nations.
About Flavor Fusion Fest
It is an organization that defends, promotes, supports, and celebrates the art of culinary experiences that bring people together. This Network consists of world-renowned executive chefs, foodies, and cooking enthusiasts who are united by a common and infectious passion for unique culinary experiences.