The event was exclusively participated in by ICHEF students from different programs, to come up with their own dessert creations.
This event was made possible through the partnership of ICHEF, the Cacao City Council headed by Ms.
Benilde, which he graduated from in 2003, Jose put up iChef in 2004 after working in a Makati restaurant where he was first introduced to the idea of a diet food delivery service.
Since then, iChef has moved operations twice; Jose and his team now occupy a space in Kamias in Quezon City.
iChef delivers to a maximum of 60 people a day, a far lower number compared to other providers who make even up to 300 deliveries.
Their difference is that instead of having a variety of programs, iChef customizes meals based on a person's nutritional needs.
"Budding entrepreneurs can learn how to cook delectable and special recipes that are just right for the holidays with the various baking and pastry lessons," ICHEF school director Arlene Ozoa said.
On top of ICHEF's baking and pastry lessons is a course dubbed as "Christmas Special Holiday" which includes recipes for Dark Fruit Cake, White Fruit Cake, Walnut Torte, Rum-Raisin Walnut Cheesecake, Festive Cookie Bar and Prune Cake.
But for those who want to stay with the all-time favorites, ICHEF recommends the "Favorite Cakes" course which includes recipes for Caramel Cake, Banana Nut Cake, Pandan/Macapuno Cake, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Peach Walnut Torte and Brazo de Mercedes.
Ozoa said ICHEF is promoting entrepreneurship and they are encouraging Dabawenyos to take advantage of these courses which are rarely offered in the city.
Rejie Mae Caneta, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management graduating student of ICHEF.
The ICHEF and JIB students thanked the Vice President for Education Development, Ms.