For the fourth week of Tinapayan Bakeshop’s Chocolate Festival Month, the best way to spend it – yes you guessed it right – is with more Sinful Desires! This choco festival makes everyone ask for more chocolate goodness. And as if the offerings of the first three weeks are not good enough, Tinapayan comes up with four more new chocolatey sweet treats!
Choco Espresso Torte
Love the layers of chocolate and coffee with yummy caramel and crunchy nuts.
Tinapayan Bakeshop has revealed their new chocolate offerings for the third week to some bloggers today. Expect more mouthwatering chocolate concoctions at Tinapayan’s Sinful Desires, still for the ongoing celebration of the Chocolate Festival Month. There’s just no way that Tinapayan’s sweetest collections can bring you down as they come with two more blissful weeks of intense chocolate seduction.
For Tinapayan’s Sinful Desire’s third week, here is another collection of flavorful chocolate blends that will definitely delight your appetite with the premium taste of chocolate twisted with different flavors!
Choco Caramel Seduction
Try and resist this twist of yummy choco flavor as it comes with caramel surprises!
Tinapayan’s annual Chocolate Festival is now on its 7th year and it has kicked off yesterday, Sept. 27th and will be ongoing for the whole month of October. “Sinful Desires” at Tinapayan is this year’s theme as the bakeshop indulges the Ilonggos with their new sweet collection of chocolate-based products.
Tinapayan will be having their first ever “Cake Decorating Contest” on October 1, 2010 and this will be the highlight of this year’s Chocolate Festival. HRM and Culinary students from various participating schools will be competing by creatively designing a chocolate cake. The winner will be featured in Tinapayan’s cake collection just in time for the chocolate festival.
Tinapayan's Choco Mango Torte
There’s a bbq place at The Atrium mall that Ilonggos love and it’s called Floyd’s Famous BBQ. Unlike other popular barbeque restaurants, they serve many other non-barbeque dishes as well – and they have a chef who once worked at Boracay. I was fortunate enough to be invited to have lunch there with some bloggers a couple of weeks ago.
Blue Jay's Banoffee Tart taken with my humble Nexus One
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