If you frequent this blog, you know very well that I adore Jannet Salazar for her creativity, kind heart and beauty. Last week, Jannet along with her husband Alvin, held an Art Maki Sushi Class at the 4th Level of Mega Fashion Hall, Megamall, in Gourdos.
I love Gourdos! I frequent Gourdes Greenhills Branch and I'm glad that they now have a store in Megamall.
Here's what we did at Jannet's Art Maki Sushi Class at Gourdos Megamall:
Gourdo’s Inc. was founded in 2001 when an old and abandoned Italian restaurant at The Fort Entertainment Complex in Taguig City was rebuilt into its first and flagship store that catered to homemakers, food and cooking enthusiasts, professional chefs, and restaurant-owners. In 2006, Gourdo’s won the ultimate accolade in houseware retailing, capturing the Global Innovator Award (GIA) at both Pan Asia and Global levels during the International Home and Houseware Show at McCormick Place, Chicago, USA. The Company has since expanded and now manages eleven (11) different store concepts and more than 500 employed personnel. Gourdo’s branches are located in Robinson’s Magnolia, The Promenade in Greenhills, Alabang Town Center, Glorietta 4, Trinoma, Greenbelt 5, Robinson’s Manila, and Shangri-La Plaza.
About Jannet Salazar:
Jannet Salazar is a hands on mom and housewife who loves art, food and photography. Because of this love for those things, she thought of setting her focus on food art and documenting her creations through photography. And a photobooth biz , arts and crafts making on the side. Jannet is also the 1st Filipina art maki instructor certified by the Japan Sushi Instructors Association (JSIA) The certification was completed at the Tokyo Sushi Academy in Tokyo Japan