Cake Display Contest: Bakery Fair Philippines 2013

James Uy with his trophy and winning cake

James Uy with his trophy and winning cake “Masquerades: More fun in the Philippines”

Exhibitors of the Bakery Fair Philippines joined the Cake Display Contest at the Bakery Fair Philippines 2013 held last February 21-23 at the World Trade Center Philippines.  The theme of the exhibition is “It’s More Fun In The Philippines”, expecting the cake entries to be showing a dose of Filipino culture.

Here are some photos which I captured during the event:

Handmade native bags, sampaguita and the tarsier: some Filipino symbols which accentuated the cake

Handmade native bags, sampaguita and the tarsier: some Filipino symbols as cake accents.

Barasoain church inspired

Barasoain church inspired

Filipino culture: vibrant, festive & colorful

Filipino culture: vibrant, festive & colorful

hats and bamboos symbolizes hardworking and pliant Filipinos

hats and bamboos symbolize hardworking andadaptable Filipinos.  The chocolate cake looks good!

Masquerade festivals celebrated in the streets of local provinces in the Philippines are famous among tourists. Now I forgot to ask if those masks are edible...

Masquerade festivals celebrated in the streets of local provinces in the Philippines are famous among tourists. Now I forgot to ask if those masks are edible…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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