Udupi: KFB Bake Studio's cake event marks ICYM Udyavar golden jubilee celebrations


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (HB)

Udupi, Nov 22: Ahead of Christmas, the traditional age-old practice in Christian households of 'Christmas cake mixing ceremony' was organised by the brand new KFB Bake Studio, part of Kemmale Group in association with golden jubilee celebration committee of Indian Catholic Youth Movement (ICYM) Udyavar. The ceremony was held at St Francis Xavier Church hall Udyavara here on Saturday, November 21.

Fr Rolwin Noronha parish priest St Francis Xavier Church, Udyavara speaking on the occasion said, "We all have been through difficult days in 2020 due coronavirus pandemic. Let Jesus Christ bring happiness and joy in everyone's life. Let the coronavirus end by the help of vaccines soon, " he wished.



Wilfred D'Souza, president, Souharda Samithi, Udyavar wishing the Kemmale Group said, "I hope many such great programmes are conducted by the Bake Studio in days to come. Let this reach even greater heights."

Don Karkada, partner of Bake Studio speaking to Daijiworld said, "Like every year we have organized traditional cake mixing ceremony marking the arrival of the harvest season. During this festival, lots of fruits and nuts were harvested and prepared which will go into the making of the traditional plum cake. We want to cherish the celebration because it sets the festive mood in. We are using dry fruits like cashews, pistachios, dates, grapes, cherries and almonds, which are soaking in rum and wine with other fresh fruit juice. After the mixing process, it will be kept for 21 days to undergo fermentation so that the flavour and aroma of the cake get developed. Once that is done the cake will be prepared. We are also allowing customers to pre-book the orders. On these orders, they will be able to avail a 15% discount and we will prepare their favourite flavoured plum cakes."

Michael D'Souza, president of the golden jubilee celebration committee of ICYM Udyavar presided over the programme.

Fr Rolwin Aranha, assistant parish priest, St Francis Xavier Church Udyavar, Akshay Ammanna priest, Christa Jyothi Church, Korangrapady, Fr Benedict Anchan UBM Church, Jason Dias of Mandavi Builders and Developers and businessman, Melwyn Noronha vice president parish pastoral council, Dora Aroza general Secretary, ICYM Udyavara, Royal Castelino president, ICYM unit Udyavara, Thanushree Pithrody world record holder in Yoga, Amithanjali Kiran principal, Vasudeva Kripa institution, Vijay Poojary CMC councillor, Dolphy D'Souza convener, 18th Commission, Dalon Aroza and Derrick D'Souza convener of the cake mixing ceremony, Komala and the staff of Bake Studio were present.

Stevan Colaco in-charge, golden jubilee ICYM, Udyavara hosted the programme. 

About Bake Studio

Started in the year 2014 with its first outlet in Udupi, Bake Studio has now spread across the twin districts in different parts mainly at Udyavara, Manipal, Korangrapady, Adi Udupi, Katpadi, Brahmavar, Shirva and Mangaluru. Bake Studio is a premium cake and sweets shop that has built its brand on two basic principles -- Quality, flavour and dedicated customer service.

Bake Studio is known for not compromising in quality and provides premium service to its customers. Home delivery to customers is also available. KFB Bake Studio is a part of Kemmale Group. Bake Studio has been providing excellent service to people for the last six years. It has also started a new venture, veg and non-veg hotel in the heart of the city. 

On the occasion of Christmas, bulk orders on cakes and kuswar, sweets will be taken in advanced.

 

  

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