The first time I devoured one of Chef Hasset Go’s desserts was during the launch of The Great Night Market Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill. This coming July Chef Hasset Go, one of the youngest baking prodigies in the country, is going to take the center stage at The Maya Kitchen.
This time around I will not just get a taste of Chef Hasset Go’s masterpieces but will also be demonstrated on how to make them. Mark the date, July 7, Saturday, 9am-1pm. I will be so thrilled to learn all these non-regular cakes he is listed to demonstrated for those who will attend.
- Energy Mug Cake
- Coconut Calamansi Squares
- Banana Jubilee Crepe
- Pastel Tres Leches
- Pandan-White Chocolate Mango Cake
- Low Sugar Citrus Cupcake Crème Brûlée
- Custard Spring Rolls
Just thinking about these yummy desserts makes me drool. I am really more of a baking person than cooking. That’s the sweet tooth in me. I would love to add these yummies to the things I can bake exceptionally. Yes, it has to be exceptional. Otherwise, my mojo for baking a specific recipe, I forget altogether.
Forgive the lack of posts. Work calls. But should line up a list of our favorite restaurants that do deliveries and telephone answering service. Just recently we have heard of a great feature of one favorite pizza store that now accepts payment via PayPal. How cool is that?
Meanwhile, contact The Maya Kitchen soon to sign up for their July Classes before slots are filled.
The Maya Kitchen
8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue
(Pasay Road), Makati City
Tel. 8921185 / 892-5011 local. 108