Thursday, May 19, 2016

Into The Woods

On me: Shirt from AEO l Jeans from Oxygen l Jacket from Kathmandu l Shoes from Doc Martens l Sunglasses from Ray Ban

Mornings in Jindabyne be like........ Can I just stay here forever? Haha Since it was really gloomy that day, I was able to wear my wind breaker jacket and my favourite boots. I felt like I was part of an action movie with my outfit. LOL This jacket is now one of my favourite piece in my wardrobe x



Vagabond in CBR

On me: Shirt from AEO l Jacket from Folded and Hung l Jeans from H&M l Shoes from Adidas l Sunglasses from Ray Ban l Watch from G-Shock l Bracelets from Charriol, Rastaclat and Pandora

Hello from CBR you guys, the capital of OZ. My family and I had a super long drive to visit this beautiful place. I decided to wear some basic stuff especially my denim jacket to make me feel comfortable while on a long drive. Also wore my Adidas Supershell by one of my favourite artists, Cass Bird! We stayed in this beautiful lodging area before heading to the Flower Festival on the next day. What's not to love here, right?



Monday, May 16, 2016

ISCAHM Pampanga Open House

The International School For Culinary Arts and Hotel Management a.k.a ISCAHM has been offering good quality of education for the Kapampangans for the past few years after its successful foundation in Manila and in Cebu. Pampanga, known to be the Culinary Capital of the archipelago was a very good choice of new location for this training centre. Located at Angeles City, Pampanga former location of Batis Asul is really accessible for the people living in the province who use private vehicles or PUJ as their mode of transport.

Last May 14, ISCAHM had their open house in Pampanga to let the people know about their programmes and other things to give to the Kapampangans.
I was stoked by the things I never thought this school has to offer. From the numerous awards and recognition they got from different Culinary competions in the country and outside the Philippines as well. They always go home triumphant in every activities they join. Their world class Chefs/mentors are really approachable and much respected in their field who never get tired of imparting the wisdom they have for the students who aspire to become like them in the near future. Moreover, as a Hotel and Restaurant management graduate, somehow I had ideas about the things they did to put up an event like this.
I was flabbergasted to see the professionalism of their students assistant when they served us quality foods and a very good remarkable service. 

We were given a chance to have an ocular visit in their laboratories. Had the chance to see the students on how they listen and respond to their mentors.

(One of the mouth-watering cakes prepared by the students assistants of ISCAHM)

Chef Norbert Gandler, the executive director for culinary and pastry education gave a warm welcome for the guests and delivered a short speech about how they established ISCAHM way back in 2003 in their first branch in Katipunan. In a ddition to that, Chef Gandler also announced  the newest programme they have which is the Senior High School. They have Grade 11 which offers the Core subjects and Applied Track Subjects and of course a Spcialized subject (Cookery NC II) on their First Semister as well as on their Second semister with different core subjects. Furthermore, their Grade 12 programme offers specialized subjects such as Practical Bread and Pastry Production NC II in their First Semister and Cookery NC II Assessment and Work Immersion in their Second Semister.

ISCAHM boasts of a faculty roster of professionals and reputable local and foreign industry veterans and practitioners committed to quality education and focused on providing students with excellent learning opportunities.

After the short talk, the guests were able to indulge themselves from the delectable foods prepared by the ISCAHM Community.

So why choose ISCAHM?

SHS graduates can earn(2) TESDA NCII certificates. After graduation, those who would like to further pursue culinary or pastry training are privileged to apply for the 8-month shortened diploma and the Australian Certificate III. The Australian Certificate III is issued by the Culinary Solutions Australia and is recognized by the Australian government and the Commonwealth Nations. Earning this certificate signifies successful completion of Australian competencies, which adds credit to and upgrades an individual’s qualification as a kitchen professional.

Like what they always say, Train with the Champions! Music to the ears, right? 
"We make sure that your passion and dedication get recognized by providing you with world-class culinary and pastry instruction and training. We hold an unparalleled record of producing graduates who have excelled in the dynamic and exciting industries in the field of culinary/pastry arts both in the country and abroad. Start your dream of becoming a chef now with our winning team of chef instructors and mentors."

 After the Open house, we were privileged to see the final plated dessert made by the students of ISCAHM. Wow, just wow!

And that's me! The frustrated pastry Chef lol

All smiles with the awesome Chefs/Mentors of ISCAHM Pampanga! It was really nice to meet them x

For more information, visit their Admissions Office Batis Asul MacArthur Highway Sto. Domingo, Angeles City Pampanga, Philippines 2009 T: +6345 458 8888



Street Style Atari

On me: Shirt from Atari l Jeans and Jacket from Oxygen l Shoes from Adidas l Sunglasses from Ray Ban l Buttondown from Penshoppe

I was inspired to wear cool street style ensembles during my first few weeks in Australia and here's one of the outfits I wore. Kept it really simple and clean and opted to add my new favourite jacket since it was really cold that day. If you guys follow me on my Instagram account you probably saw this outift when I posted it x



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