It is my sister Bel’s birthday today and it was a good thing we do not have to go far, or spend a fortune either, so we can get her a lovely personalized birthday cake. There was a branch of Red Ribbon at the local Robinsons Place, just right beside Chowking, where my little man asked to eat pancit canton for the nth time, so we went to check that out first. I found out that they have affordable dedication cakes starting at Php299 for those who are in a budget. The price includes a personalized greeting to make the cake even more special and I was sold.
We opted for this chocolate cake since it is one of our favorite flavors and am sure my sister will love it. I also had this sweet message added to give the birthday gal more reason to smile.
Thank goodness there’s Red Ribbon Dedication Cakes, now anyone can get a reasonably-priced personalized cake and fast. Now I wonder when I can get another one?
No this is not a sponsored post
I have just shared Longganisang Lucban in one of my previous post now here I am sharing yet another delectable product from Quezon. This is a yummy yema cake that Jared’s dad brought home along with other treats from Lucban. It is sweet but not too over-powering and the silky creamy goodness of yema simply helps to put all the flavors and the textures together. I just love it! For a few days I am snacking on this or having it as an end to my every meal.
I will have to agree that Quezon is such a haven for one gustatory adventure and I cannot wait to try all the other delicious food they have to offer. This is really making me bent on checking out this year’s Pahiyas, it will be a great opportunity to visit the place again and explore those places which I have not seen before, experience the colorful local festival complete with a number of marching bands playing Brass instruments and give those kiping a try. Hopefully I can save enough so that me and the little man can plan for our trip to Quezon soon!