“Whatever the celebration make it more beautiful with Red Ribbon.”
I’m ecstatic to say the least, that Red Ribbon Bakeshop is finally here in New York. Not that the location is nearby, as we will have to drive at least 30 miles each way to get there but it’s better than having to buy their goodies from a retail store.
I had no clue about the big surprise from my husband last Friday. He was smiling ear to ear as he walked in and I was kind of agitated because he was really running late coming from the office.
I was shocked to see a couple of plastic bags bearing the Red Ribbon Bakeshop logo. It turned out that last Friday was the opening day of the bakeshop. He weaved his way in, as the place was packed with Red Ribbon hungry Pinoys. He was one hundred percent sure that he was the only American in the bakeshop.
I need to tell him what goodies to get the next time he heads out there. He only bought baked goodies that he is already familiar with such as Brazo de Mercedes, Ensaimada and Taisan loaf.
If he keeps going there, even if I have temporarily halted baking at home, I think I will have to know more about some kind of diet; in fact, if you are also interested to know more about it, you can click here to learn more about hcg diet.
I’m drawn to baked goodies, and no matter how I restrain myself from baking there is always a way to get them. One of these coming days, I will drive off to Queens to personally see the new place. By then, maybe we can also dine in, as they also serve hot food.
( Red Ribbon Bakeshop is a popular bakery and fast-food chain in the Philippines and some parts of the United States. They have more than 80 branches all over the Philippines, 20 stores in California, two in Las Vegas, two in New Jersey and one in Phoenix. They offer a wide range of pastries and cakes).