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The rise of Keith Gloriani

FOOD is the common ground of all humanity. Alan D. Wolfelt once said that food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate. Indeed, food is what binds us with others. In cooking, you must be able to master something good before you can make something great, and evolve in the process.

Meet Keith Gloriani. Born in October 18, 1994, he rises to the top with good food and good company. Keith started as a teen model for The Blackout Models. Eventually, he rose to the top as one of the frontliners of the Blackout Models Prime. Everybody loved Keith as he is known to bring food during photo shoots.

Despite his flair in the field of modeling, Keith believes that as a person, you can’t just be an eye candy forever, you have to be a soul food. This just proves the depth in his character.

Aside from his undying passion for cooking, Keith Gloriani is also known for his impeccable taste in music and his remarkable skills on the turntables as a Disc Jockey. This multi-faceted hunk enjoys bartending as well. He also indulges into a variety of sports like basketball, swimming, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, taekwondo and billiards.

He honed his special skills in cooking at a very young age. He landed a job in Oakwood Hotel and Press Cafe Promenade in Manila. Eventually, he worked in Japan at Egoist Yokohama Cafe, Restaurant and Bar. He was also employed with Yokohama Seven Restobar, as well as with Milano Cafe Yokohama. Eventually, he started a business in Japan. He named it Inasal ni Madame by Chef Keith. When he went home to the Philippines, he started his Tuskany Co. restaurant in Talisay City, and his Tusky Restobar in Bacolod Shopping Center.

Now, Keith is up and rising once again with his one of a kind lechon manok called Primativo. It is on a pre-order basis with free delivery. Now, one may wonder why Primativo? It means “Ancient” due to its delectably distinct ancient taste.

This young businessman is adventurous and gutsy enough to succeed. In addition to his food business, he also has ventured into the construction industry nowadays. Nonetheless, one must adapt and evolve like food in this ever changing world. We need to explore things like Keith does.

Keith would like to thank the following friends who have been instrumental to his success: Queen Lema of Aquavir international, Will Crozier, David Andro Rivera, Riman Blancaflor, Iyo Gaudite, Sheena Mejica, Zelle Hamilton, Soundproof Circumferential Autosports, Spada, Joy Bangero of The Blackout Models, Rodolfo Kia Associates, Distrito Law Office, Wills Construction Supply, Regz Havok of Sta. Lucia Land, Eskapo Cafe, Michael Toledo, & of course, to God the Almighty.


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