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Crispy Crepe Cones With Banana-Peach Filling



Have fun in the kitchen as The Maya Kitchen shares recipes of vibrant cookies, sweet fruit crepes and modish waffle squares. Crepes are shaped into funnels and baked crisp then filled with a banana and peach combo. Cookies dress up in pastels, with floral trimmings, studded with dragees and embossed with stars and what have you. Waffles come in petite squares with one edge dipped in dark chocolate and the other in white. 

Crepe:
1 cup                          MAYA All-Purpose Flour
                                    pinch of salt
1                                  egg
1                                  egg yolk
1 ½ cups                     milk
2 tablespoons            butter, melted
                                    oil, as needed

Filling:
4 pieces                      ripe banana lakatan, sliced
4 pieces                      peach halves, sliced
½ cup                          brown sugar
½ cup                          crushed graham crackers


½ cup                          finely chopped walnuts

                                    semi-sweet chocolate, melted (optional)
                                    white chocolate, melted (optional)


Prepare crepes. Preheat oven to 300°F/149°C. In a bowl, combine all ingredients and beat until mixture forms a smooth batter. Set aside. Brush a non-stick pan with little oil and heat over medium heat. Pour enough batter to thinly coat the bottom of the pan then tilt from side to side. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until crepe is lightly browned. Loosen the edges and transfer crepe to a plate. Repeat until all batter is used. Wrap each crepe around a lightly greased cream horn mould and arrange on a baking tray. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown and crispy. Remove crepe cones from the moulds while still hot. Set aside.

Prepare filling. Combine all ingredients in a bowl, slightly toss until well blended. Set aside.

To assemble.   Spoon enough filling into each cone. Drizzle melted semi-sweet chocolate and melted white chocolate on top, if desired. Serve immediately.

Yield: 12-15 crepe cones


Fun to do, great to look at and super ‘delish!’ Who says baking is such a drag? For more recipes, other culinary ideas and course schedule, log on to www.themayakitchen.com.      

September Recipes

Press Release | Mozilla Community Space Manila

 15 Sep 2014 | Manila, Philippines -- The Mozilla Philippines Community (MozillaPH) is very happy to announce the opening of the Mozilla Community Space Manila (MozSpaceMNL) in the Philippines’ central business district, Makati City. William Quiviger, Community Manager at Mozilla celebrated the opening ceremony of the space with the community members last Saturday 30 August 2014 at Palet Express in Makati City. Also present in the gathering were friends, partner organizations and supporters of MozillaPH. 

The MozSpaceMNL is part of Mozilla’s Community Space Initiative developed by William Quiviger (Mozilla Community Building Team) and Rob Middleton (Mozilla Workplace Resources). Under the program, a total of seven pilot Community Spaces will be launched worldwide in Athens, Bogota, Bangalore, Madrid, Nairobi, Taipei and Manila.

Community Spaces are financially supported and supervised by Mozilla, but are managed by local Mozilla Reps. For the Mozilla Community Space Manila, Mozilla Reps Mentor Robert “Bob” Reyes acts as the Community Space Manager (Steward) assisted by all Mozilla Reps in the country. The local Mozilla Community Space has a seating capacity of 30-50 pax (depending on room setup configuration), is connected to the cyberspace via cable internet, has LCD projection & sound systems. 

"There is a reason why the Philippine community was given a Community Space." Faye Tandog, Community Manager of the Mozilla Philippines Community said. "Mozilla believed in our potential to make positive impact on the project. They saw how dynamic and proactive the Philippine tech scene is. This space is not solely for the use of MozillaPH. All groups who are interested in learning, making and sharing to foster innovation are welcome. Together, we will promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web."The Mozilla Community Space Manila is now accepting reservations from local communities looking for a venue to host their meetups and trainings. Get in touch with the Mozilla Philippines Community via info@mozillaphilippines.org, follow the Community Space in Manila via @MozSpaceMNL.

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