Ai-Ai delas Alas sets up baking business in California | Inquirer Entertainment

2022-07-15 23:52:45 By : Ms. Anny Liu

Ai-Ai delas Alas (Image: Instagram/@msaiaidelasalasl

Ai-Ai delas Alas is about to treat some fans in the United States to baked goods as she set up her own baking business, Martina’s, in San Francisco, California.

The comedian revealed this by donning a chef’s uniform and showing off baked treats on her Instagram page yesterday, July 11. ADVERTISEMENT

“Martina’s sa San Francisco. Hello mga kababayans and Kapuso, friends and kapitbahay. Game na ulit ang ube pandesal at milk buns,” she said. “‘Yan muna dahil baka hindi kayanin ng katawang lupa ko.”

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Martina’s is based in Union City at the San Francisco Bay Area, as per Delas Alas’ Instagram post, also yesterday.

So far, the business is only accepting orders from within San Francisco, and customers are only allowed to take a maximum of two dozens of pastries at a time.

“One woman baking lang ‘to, meaning ako lahat,” Delas Alas explained. (This just involves one woman baking, meaning I am doing everything.)

A post shared by AIAI DELAS ALAS (@msaiaidelasalas)

A post shared by AIAI DELAS ALAS (@msaiaidelasalas)

Delas Alas started her baking business from her Quezon City home back in April 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. She appeared to have halted operations around August last year, even as community quarantine restrictions were lifted.

It can be recalled that in November 2021, Delas Alas graduated from a baking program at Treston International College’s Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts. At the time, she admitted feeling like she was “going crazy,” but the classes helped manage her anxiety.  /ra

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