Just when you thought you tasted all pastries there are in the bakery world of Bacolod, think again. Or better yet, look again.
C’s by L’Fisher, known for its wide array of fresh breads and pastries, has just introduced its new set of pastries, exclusively baked by resident Chef Denis Laumone of France.
Chef Denis Laumone (center) presents to the Bacolod media the new set of pastries with ditinct tastes at C's by L'Fisher.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
Chef Laumone proudly presented to the media last week his new set of pastries, each with distinct tastes: Chef Denis Cashew with Rum Croissant, Honey & Oatmeal Croissant, Ham & Cheese Croissant, Pain’ Au Chocolat, Eclair Denis Gateu Breton, and Mini Bannetes.
Here are the new set of pastries - Chef Denis Cashew with Rum Croissant, Honey & Oatmeal Croissant, Ham & Cheese Croissant, Pain' Au Chocolat, Eclair Denis Gateu Breton, and Mini Bannetes.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
Newly-elected Your Basketball Athletic Club (YBAC) president Edwin Fregil, on Saturday said that he is looking forward to further strengthen the organization under his term.
He stressed that he will be pushing to update their member’s status including their respective financial obligations, if any.
"We have to determine who among our members have yet to settle their financial dues to the club. If they can’t settle it, we will inactivate them but once they have able to resolve it, then we can reactivate them," Fregil said.
Defending champion Dynamic Builders FC and reigning runner-up Ceres FC routed their respective rivals to share an unblemished record of 3-0 in the ongoing 2nd Conference in the North Football League played over the weekend at the Ayala North Point pitch.
The raging offensive attacks from the Dynamic side stunned Las Buenas FC defense with Russell Nene’s opening goal in the early 14th minute as Noel de Oca hit the back of the net in the 25th minute to give his team a 2-nil advantage.
Dynamic Builders FC player tries to steal the ball.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
Sensing the some defensive lapses on LBFC’s defenders, Jaime Poderoso pulled two consecutive goals under his name in the 36th and 40th minute to close the break with a huge 4-nil lead.
TRIANGULAR BOWLFEST. The 2nd eliminations of the 4th Triangular Bowlfest 2013 for Unity started yesterday at the Negros Super Lanes, Goldenfields Commercial Complex in Bacolod City. Despite minor malfunctions of some pin setters, the games went on smoothly with the assistance of pin boys.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
It was a tough game for the Filipino U23 squad as they yield 1-nil against their Singapore U23 counterpart last Thursday night at the Hougang Stadium, Singapore.
Despite the short preparation, the Filipino side of newly-tapped Scottish head coach Brian Reid played head-to-head with the home squad but unfortunate to give up a 24th minute goal from Singaporean Safuwan Baharudin.
Mark Hartmann-captained Azkals’ U23 tried to bounce back with several goal tries but failed to send the ball at the back of the net.
FAMILY DAY AT CAMPUESTOHAN. From the oldest to the youngest members of the
Toga family, had a big day at Cam-puestohan Highland Resort last Saturday to
celebrate the birthday of NDB editor Arman and his younger brother Joey, which
coincided with the 36th Wedding an-niversary of Pert Toga and Mrs. Cecille
The impressive performance displayed by the Negros Occidental Football Association-Ceres La Salle team in the 2013 PFF-Suzuki U23 National Cup, beating Davao FA 1-nil in the finals, held in Dumaguete last May 30 prompted the management of the Philippine Football Federation to invite 9 Negrense standouts.
This was disclosed by NOFA-Ceres head coach Ali Go, saying that 2011 Azkals U23 mainstays forwards Joshua Beloya and Gerardo Valmayor III, and defender Reymark Fernandez led those invited to join the national squad.
Among other Negrenses who were invited include: team’s skipper Jimmy Malalo-an, Timothy Bolo, Anthony Tongson, J Baguioro, Prince Antony and Jimuel Ariola.
During the 2013 PFF-Suzuki U23 National Cup finals against Davao FA, Beloya was named the "most valuable player" aside from being the "best midfielder" and one of the three "best strikers" in the tournament with 4 goals.
The combined batch of the defending champion Negros Occidental High School ’82-86-89 Bowleros showed dominance during the last game of the 1st Eliminations of the 4th Triangular Bowlfest 2013 for Unity which ended on Sunday as they registered a total pinfalls of 7,739.
DEFENDING CHAMPS N'82-86-89 BOWLEROS. In photo (no particular order): team captain Ann Dayot of N'82 with fellow batchmates Cesar Sumaylo - anchor, Joether Fernandez, Edwin Sarcepuedes, Glenn Salanap, Felix Amante, Erlan Meneses, Roger Azucena, Mae Trayfalgar, Azela Ban, Rey Boy of N'86, and Ronella Cordero of N'89. President of the bowling team is Dr. Jean Rodriguez.* (JGToga photo)
Anchored by Cesar Sumay-lo, the Bowleros are looking to defend its title in Bracket A against the rest of the top 10 finishers: NOHS’73-74 (7,553), BCHS’72-76 (7,544), BCNHS’ 89 (7,439), DLNHS’77-79 (7,422), NOHS ’62-66-68 (7,2 66), BCHS ’79 (7,238), BCHS’80-81 (7,209), NOHS ’91 (7,144), and NOHS’84 (7,138).
Leading the 2nd 10 pack in Bracket B is DLNHS’78 with 7,132 and closely behind: BCNHS’85p (7,090), DLNHS ’73 (7,019), BCHS’73 (7,018), DLNHS’75 (7,009), NOHS’2000up (7,002), NOHS’85 (7,002), BCHS’74 (6,967), BCNHS ’84-86 (6,956), and NOHS’96 (6,907).
BACOLOD MEDIA WITH KAPUSO STARS. Loveteam Mikael Daez and Andrea Torres with Protege grand winner Jeric Gonzales pose for souvenir with the Bacolod media after a lunch interview at Mely's Garden Resto yesterday.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
Looking at strengthening the Philippine Men’s Football team-Azkals towards the upcoming 2014 AFC Challenge Cup Final Round in Maldives next year, the national squad is scheduled to face another tough opponent, India in a friendly match this September.
Azkals is currently ranked at 144 while India is at 150.