There are certain food stuff that affect us in different ways. They do not just line the tummies, but they stir emotions and memories, especially those connected with one’s childhood.
Such are the treats prepared by Ms. Ching’s Kitchen, with a food booth now open at the 3rd floor of Robinsons Place Bacolod, Mandalagan, Bacolod City.
Ms. Ching Javellana Purugganan has grown up to her mother Elvira Javellana always whipping something up in the kitchen for the family to enjoy. She loved these treats so much that when she was old enough to cook, she started making them as well, in the same way that her mother did. The first thing that she learned to make was the meringue.
Ever since she was in college, Ching’s treats had been a hit to her friends and she would entertain their orders. Last year, she was invited to join the Entrepreneur Week at Robinsons Place where she got the chance to display her creations, especially the ube halaya. She had been hounded since then to open an outlet for her treats because her customers would complain that they have nowhere to source them regularly.
Last January 18, 2017, Ms. Ching’s Kitchen opened at the 3rd floor of Robinsons Place Bacolod. Located behind Dave’s Fun House and near the DFA office, it is sure going to be a crowd-drawer. Their specialties are ube halaya (ube jam), Brazo de Mercedes, cheese pimiento spread, ube balls, adobo flakes. They also have pickled papaya as well as brazo sans rival per order basis. Everything is sooooo good! I can’t blame Ms. Ching for keeping her mom’s heirloom recipes alive. You just got to try them.
They are tatak Bacolod and you can easily bring them when you travel as Bacolod pasalubong.
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Cel. No.: 0925 354 5932