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Love to Bake: Yaya BakerWho says yayas are only good at looking after your tot? Yummy.ph's Paulo Sambile introduces us to Yaya Ging, who has fallen in love with baking.
By Paulo Sambile
Yaya Ging has been with the Camacho family for thirty years. She started out as a nanny to the Camacho siblings—Leo, Greggy, Migs and Ted. As her alagas grew up, Yaya Ging has re-focused her energies from babysitting to managing the entire household. Slowly, she discovered her passion for baking then gradually made noise in the baking world with her rich, chewy brownies and her moist chocolate cakes.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
What used to be your daily house tasks?
I am the yaya to all the Camacho siblings so I was in charge of taking care of them as babies—preparing their food, bathing them, dressing them up; and when they started growing up as students, I had to make sure they woke up on time for school and prepared their baon.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
What are your specialties? What’s your daily routine like?
I’m really proud of my chocolate cake and brownies. On Monday mornings, I wake up early to plan the menu for the week for the Camacho family. After planning the family’s meals, I instruct the younger household helpers to prepare breakfast for the family. I just make sure that the family eats on time--and on special occasions, I make sure their favorite meals are served.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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