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The Cisco Academy was founded in 1993 as a way for Cisco to train their networking employees to be as knowledgeable and skilled with Cisco routers as possible. The training courses offered by the Academy are very stringent and rigorous. Their mission is to produce the world’s leading networking professionals in the business. Having the chance to be certified by Cisco will not only improve your self confidence but it will lend you a sense of accomplishment and gratification that you pushed yourself to accomplish your educational and professional goals. The extra recognition and larger paychecks won’t hurt either.
My sister made this pretty tarpaulin for PH Bakehouse’s bazaar yesterday. Too bad I forgot to have it printed
Isn’t it gorgeous? This reflects my own personality, kikay yet fierce! I will just have this printed locally but for the smaller prints, I am sourcing reliable online wholesale printing for economic reasons. Any help? I need printing companies who will offer services for business cards, bulk mini tarpaulins, etc.
My BFF Gertee urged me to join a mini bazaar at the 1st Team Kovu Dog Sports Cup a month ago, I said YES! and I am so glad that I did!
The dog sport cup was held yesterday in EVIA Football field in Daang Hari and it was a blast!
Brought 23 boxes cupcakes, all got sold!
I hope next time though, I’d be ready. I didn’t have any tarpaulin or signage with me, only business cards. I even forgot my cupcake stand geez! Hopefully I could join an indoor bazaar next time so I can use my wooden cupcake stand made from unfinished wood cutouts :)
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Yes! So happy to know that there are second-hand bose companion 5 here in the Philippines! My husband has been looking for one but finds all online prices too steep for his budget.
Bose’s Companion 5 speakers are great for those who want more from their DVD audio but lack the space for a true surround-sound setup.
Bose is a familiar brand that most people associate with high-end audio, but true sound snobs would roll their eyes at this notion. That’s because not only is Bose equipment’s sound quality not up to audiophile standards, but one could buy something that does meet these stringent requirements for the same price or, often, for less. So why do many think of Bose as high-end? In my view, it is a combination of two factors: First, the Bose product line has always been marketed to folks who like to buy booming premium speakers. And those people (or their spouses, perhaps) also want to squeeze all that sound into as little shelf space as possible, have few wires, and have components that look as much a part of the furniture as possible. This approach sells. Therefore, Bose can charge a lot for it—in fact, itmust, in order to get across the idea that its product is a luxury item.
Oh how I dislike satellite cakes! Aside from the tons of work involved in making all those toppers, satellite cakes has no impact on me. IMHO opinion, satellite cakes are only for weddings and wedding cakes bore me.
Our final presentation is scheduled on July 31st and right now I am digging the internet for inspiration cakes and I couldn’t find anything that I think will have an appeal to the masses.
I am not even sure if I’d use my own satellite stand or make a new one using planks of wood, nails, bolts and t-nuts. Aside from this event, I have tons of cakes to bake for the weekend. So lots of goodluck to me!
I never thought how hard it was until I decided to open one. Construction hasn’t started yet but as early as now I am collating recipes, computing costings, the works. It isn’t easy. Good thing the nitty-bitty details of the shop construction is no longer my responsibility. What do I know about paint, monster cable, cameras and all?
We are targeting a September 2013 opening. Will soon post about it. Wish us luck!
Food is virtually the rockstars of today’s generation. Notice how most of the posts on Instagram revolve around food—preparing the food, devouring the food and even the aftermath?
I am guilty of this haha
In recognition of this digital phenomenon and in appreciation of the Filipino food, culture and heritage, global leader in household appliance, Electrolux launches the Instant Discover-E Photo contest, an avenue for all foodies to share and exchange food pictures, or to simply drool over all delicious pictures.
The photo contest is aimed at encouraging virtually everyone to take a picture and upload scrumptious Filipino food using Instagram and Twitter. Once a week, three entries with the yummiest picture will be awarded free items, gift certificates and Food Passports for Electrolux Discover-E Food Festival!
“We are inviting everyone to discover the Filipino cuisine with us, one post at a time,” says Andrea Pionilla, Group Product Manager, Electrolux Philippines. “We have made this contest as simple as possible—all they have to do is take a photo of any food, post with the hashtag #DiscoverE and tag @ElectroluxPH on Instagram or Twitter and they will get a chance to win.”
Do not forget to tag @aireize on IG and @irispulga on Twitter as well!
Contest period is from between May 15, 2013 and June 30, 2013. Winners will be announced every week.
For more information about Instant Discover-E Photo Contest and the Electrolux Discover-E campaign, visit electrolux.com.ph/discover-e
I rarely attend events nowadays but this one came as a surprise, AND because it was about cakes, I gladly went. Good thing my blogger friends Peachy and Levy were there, I didn’t look like a confused, lost child during the ceremony LOL
The Cake Deco Expo Last February 24, 2013, the 4th Goldilocks Cake Expo was held at the Hall 4 of SMX Mall of Asia. Like the previous Cake Deco Expo, this one was a huge success too.
It was so nice of the management to allow the public to experience what they have prepared that day. So for P50, kids and kids-at-heart alike enjoyed activities such as the Avoset Whipped Cream Workshop, and the Cake Deco Hands-on Workshop. Bakers and homebakers also got the chance to shop from various cake suppliers from the metro.
For a minimal fee of P 50.00 per person, the public was given the chance to experience the many offerings of Goldilocks placed under one roof. There was the Avoset Whipped Cream Workshop and the Cake Deco Hands-on Workshop.
Goldilocks products used with Avoset Whipped Cream
The Fly for Hope Activity Area allowed participants to design their own cake balloon for a donation of P 20.00 while the DYC Booth gave an opportunity for budding cake designers to try their skill for the cost of P 60.00 which included one fluffy mamon and cake decorating materials. Donation proceeds will go to the Goldilocks Foundation F.E.E.D. Program.
Fly for Hope Workshop
As always, the event culminates in the annual Intercollegiate Cake Decorating Challenge (ICDC), which is now on its eighth installment. Ten schools from all over the Philippines will compete live on a kitchen stage, decorating different cakes under a time limit, all without prior knowledge of the cake themes and/or decorating parameters. “This is the perfect opportunity to highlight future pastry chefs, and provide support to Hotel and Restaurant and Culinary Arts training at the school level,” Yee emphasized. Indeed, the Overall Champion will receive a baking showcase for their school worth over P250,000, apart from individual prizes.
The finalists this year are Centro Escolar University Manila, La Consolacion College Bacolod, Lipa City Colleges, Lyceum of the Philippines Batangas, Lyceum of the Philippines Laguna, St. Anne Lucena Inc., St Louis College Valenzuela, STI Fairview, University of the East Manila, and Western Institute of Technology Iloilo. Thanks to the format of the competition and the talent of these up-and-coming culinary professionals, the audience is given the opportunity to witness the actual process of cake decorating first-hand. The distinguished panel of judges include noted chefs Penk Ching and Heny Sison, Ms. Nina Daza Puyat of Appetite Magazine, Mr. Richard Hsu of Rich’s Products, and Ms Pinky Yee.