Gardenia Philippines made this day their Happy Bread Day in celebration of the World Bread Day, which was created by Union of Bakers and Bakers-Confectioners, an organization of bakers from across the globe whose members were from places where bread plays a prominent role in people’s diet. Gardenia Philippines held their event at Eastwood City, Libis in Quezon City. We were not there to attend the full-of-free-breads event but we celebrated it at home in our own way.
|Grabbed from Gardenia Philippines' Facebook fan page|
|Photo c/o Primemont Science School|
When I saw the photos in Primemont Science School's FB fan page, I felt a bit bad for my little girl. So I made a mental note that I will teach her how to make her own sandwich at home.
|I think spreading the jam is a good practice to making palitada the semento. Haha!|
And I did. We made it today in time for Gardenia Philippines' Happy Bread Day! Of course, we used Gardenia white bread and the family's favorite spread --- peanut butter! When I instructed Sophia to not leave any white spaces when applying the PB, she excitingly replied with "that's what Teacher Lois said!" She was amazed at how I made my sandwich looked neat so she asked for my help. I refused and told her to do what she can and she did good.
|Because she was seated and can't make her signature kendeng pose, she gave me that neck. :)|
She didn't want another bread to put on the other with the spread so she ate it just like that, like a pizza. Technically, it was not a sandwich. But I was happy to see that we did something new for her today. Happy Bread Day, everyone! :)