Monday, December 4, 2017

How My Mother's Cupboard Makes Any Homemakers Swoon

This is why I can't really quit blogging, it lets me into a different world apart from the jungle I'm usually at.  Blogging or being a blogger allows me to discover the untrodden path, newfangled innovations and try out activities that open up to new friendships and networks.

This being said, I felt blessed to be one of the mom entrepreneurs to be invited to My Mother's Cupboard's workshop organized by @gamechangerph.

My Mother’s Cupboard first opened on September 7, 2017, in Evia Lifestyle Center and had apparently changed the way homemakers looked at shopping for household items.  Indeed it was a place perfect for homemakers who love customizing their household spaces, in my case, my little ole' kitchen.  Like most of the guests on that event, I had fallen in love with it.  Their concept is for people like me who loves spending time arranging home spaces, decorating according to themes and organizing (however, it doesn't show as much in our home).

My kitchen couldn't be happier with new items from this store.

When you step into MMC, you'll be transported into a quaint paradise filled with topnotch kitchenware and appliances, elegant home accents, and sophisticated dinnerware. MMC is called home by a variety of recognized and trustworthy brands such as Breville, Neoflam, Luminarc, Corelle, Joseph Joseph, Brabantia, Lodge, Tefal, Cuisinart, Wilson, and Kitchenaid.

The 200-sqm concept store makes home shopping more interesting, more colorful, and more vibrant through it's inviting and professionally designed display not usually found in other local home stores. But My Mother’s Cupboard is not just your average home store, the merchandise is carefully curated to cater to not only homemakers but tastemakers as well.

Making MMC even more unique is the fully functional kitchen right in the middle of the store—perfect for hosting intimate events and workshops.

Hence, that afternoon was where Amber Smith Folkman of A Momma Abroad kept her position most of the afternoon, being the host for the afternoon's workshop.

With loads of fun put into every detail of her talk, we were taught how to make granola using locally sourced ingredients and chocolate cups topped with chia seeds and cashew nuts.

Some of the products featured when making the granola were Radical Organics Coconut chips, Greenola dried fruits and trail mixes.

To make your own granola at home, you can check my recipe link.

Quick-Easy Granola Recipe

Coming home from the event, I was inspired to make a batch of granola using the ingredients I have and with the coconut chips I got from the event.  Gave my take-home granola and chocolate cups to a friend who passed by the store after the event.

If you want to try and make the chocolate cups, you may refer to my old blog on how to make Chocolate Barks.

Chocolate Bark Recipe

MMC is not only a good place to shop for items to add to one’s home but for items meant to be wrapped and put under the Christmas Tree too. MMC’s collection of unique trinkets and small appliances are definitely excellent stocking stuffers. In fact, MMC will be offering free wrapping services in their Evia store this Holiday season.

The premium shopping center is along Daang Hari Road and is easily accessible through the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX).

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My Mother's Cupboard
Address:   Basement level, near carpark
                 Evia Lifestyle Center
                 Daang Hari Rd., Alabang

Contact Numbers: (02) 869 0003


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