Well this time of year, in the mid of the first to the second quarter, cakes have been a necessary table-pleaser. March has been the ultimate birthday month, where me, my daughter, my sister-in-law and my best friend celebrate our natal day. This actually is a concluding post to my last one, and it was still about an incomparable selection.
But now that it's May and today is the global celebration of Mother's Day, let me send my gift to all you moms reading and might have been drooling (sorry about that) over this post.
Okay, another confession, I should have been slimming down, to keep me staying young-looking (humility aside) because my kids have been noticing my tummy sagging and my belly bulges. I want to keep my identity a bit mystifying. You see people who would meet me for the first time would see me as a young unmarried professional, and when I tell them about me having four-kids, they get surprised, mostly when I tell them about my eldest entering college this year. "Say what, you have a son going to college, you must have married really young!" With an exclamation point, to exaggerate on it, and of course I would get flattered.
Alright, confession day it is. I've been getting this habit of searching for the top of the line and unparalleled sweet confection, not just the sheer joy of moist cakes, but a plethora of dessert types.
During my last ordeal at a food fair and probably the grandest, I met one of the owner of Casa San Luis Pastries, Julien, a French man who married her business partner and the baker, Carmela. I was so petrified with ll the goodies laid down on their table. This hunk of a guy, so cunning enough to invite me to try some of his wife's creation. Since then I have been craving for the most sumptuous cake have tried on Best Food Forward, just last March. Thanks to Chef Anna of My Pink Wasabi for giving me complimentary tickets, btw.
I guess this would be enough reason for me to run a mile or so. But I still do not mind myself carrying extra baggage with a slice of this.
Casa San Luis carries a vast assortment of sinfully delighting sweets and quiche you wouldn't want to miss.
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