Now, more than ever, it’s become more important for us to be mindful about sugar intake—especially when cooking or baking for an entire household of people you love.
And once more, The Maya Kitchen’s Summer Baking Camps for Teens is about to come to an end. The last two classes for this summer are on July 18 and 19, 2017, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Nowadays, food trends take to the Internet to be discovered, and recently, many have been treated to an Instagram sighting of the latest craze: the Cloud Egg.
Located along Paseo De Roxas, Nikko’s Baking Studio is a fantastic place for coffee and cake, or a nice home cooked meal.
Before sending your children back to school, have them get the most out of summer with The Maya Kitchen’s baking classes for kids and teens.
A cake is nothing but bread unless you put some pretty, sugary icing over it. It’s the best part of the cake decorating process!
The Maya Kitchen offers “Bake Magic Together” — a family baking class, up to twice a month, where parents get to bond with their children while baking a variety of cakes, pastries, and other simply delicious goodies.
I just received a press release on the joys of baking. And I couldn’t agree more with the people of Maya, the homegrown brand of hotcake and cake mixes made by Liberty Commodities Corporation.
Ang Araw ng Kagitingan, or the Day of Valor, commemorates the courage and heroism of the Filipino.