Episode 81: A Sweet Afternoon at the "Inquirer Lifestyle Best Desserts 2" Launch

Dessert is no simple eating matter; in fact, one may say it’s the highlight of a perfect course meal. Be it the first or last course of every meal, nothing beats that burst of fruity, sugary, caramel-like, or chocolaty flavor in one’s mouth from a favorite candy, cake, or pastry.

It takes a lot of skill, aesthetic sense, and a mighty sweet tooth to create desserts that any sweet-loving creature would surely enjoy. Once in a while, we stumble upon desserts that can make us come back for more.

Inquirer Lifestyle compiled for the second time a marvelous list featuring the crème de la crème of confections around and outside the metro. These can be found through their newly-launched dessert guide “Best Desserts 2”.

I joined Giselle Maris Bacalla of Gpicks at the book launch of “Best Desserts 2” at the SMX Convention Center of SM Aura last October 26. There we sampled an incredible spread of cakes, candies, chocolates, pies, pastries, and pies that will surely make anyone with a sweet tooth drool and faint with joy. We also met some of the dessert makers and home bakers behind these tasty treats.

There just happened to be so many desserts to try out that for a moment, our stomachs and blood sugar levels would give up. But the chance to sample all these treats was worth it.

To know more about these top desserts and where to find them, grab a copy of the Inquirer Lifestyle “Best Desserts 2” at your favorite bookstores. There should also be a copy of the first “Best Desserts” around somewhere, for those who want to look back.


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