Thursday, July 5, 2012

AN AFTERNOON WITH THE FILIPINA HOMEBAKERS ONLINE

Last Saturday,  Angelo Comsti and I went to the Maya Kitchen to meet the Filipina Homebakers Online. It was their anniversary and they invited us to do a demo.  We were also fortunate to have National Bookstore set up a booth there to sell our books... Home Cafe and Homemade for the Holidays.

Here are the girls of National Bookstore posing beside our books at the Maya Kitchen.

Here are some of the items that were baked for the demo and were later served for tasting. These are muffins made using the pancake mix of Maya with some coffee flavor by Rory Subida.
Baklava made by Angelo...it was then cut up into smaller pieces so everyone could try it.

Here's what I made...Fallen Cake, a recipe from Home Cafe book. It's a souffle type cake, almost flourless so it's rich and moist.

Here's a carrot cake made from using the carrot cake mix by Maya, dusted with powdered sugar.

Here's the carrot cake with streusel...same recipe was used, this time, topped with streusel for an added crunch.
I'm assuming these are fried dough. Also served during the event.

Here we are...photo with the group.

It was such a fun afternoon. It was nice to meet the members of the Filipina Homebakers Online! Thanks for inviting us. It was a pleasure meeting all of you! :-)

4 comments:

Helping Mom said...
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Helping Mom said...

Thank you for this lovely write-up Chef Aileen. It was also nice to meet you. We hope you and Chef Angelo can join us in our future activities. God bless!

Nikka said...

Thanks so much Chef Aileen for your time and talent. Your fallen cake was so delicious. I and the rest of the FHO ladies FELL in love with it. God bless you more. Again, thanks for making our meetup memorable. -- Nikka Alejar, President and founder of FHO

Joel said...

I have known you for for roughly about 30 years before you came to here to attend culinary school. I am proud to say I have seen you grow into an accomplished chef and I am impressed. Keep growing you craft, you are amazing.
God Bless You
Joel