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Bread making, cake baking talk set



MANILA, Philippines—The Golden Treasure Skills and Development Program will conduct a one-day seminar on cake baking and bread making at the mezzanine, meeting room 14 and 15, SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, on June 9, Saturday,  from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The seminar will have an actual demo, food tasting and hands-on experience on how to make  floss bread, brownies, lemon pound cake, butterscotch bars, apple pie, raisin oatmeal cookies, taisan bread, madeline, eclair, chiffon cake, brazo de mercedez, egg pie, carrot cake, food for the god’s sans rival, tiramisu, garlic bread, egg tart, fruit tart, ciabatta bread, pan de sal with fillings, hotdog bun, burger bun, cheese bread, dinner roll, donut, blueberry cheesecake, and custard cake.

There will be a bonus course on how to make fondant cake with gum paste design and basic cake decorating.

Other topics include sourcing of materials, costing, and step-by-step guidelines on how to venture into the baking business.

Participants will be given a certificate of training right after the seminar. Lunch, snacks hand-outs and all the materials needed for actual demo and hands-on will also be provided. For questions call 9136551; 4211577; cell 09052050110 or 09499308487 or log on  to www.GoldenTreasureSkills.com or like us on facebook.


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