|A refreshing Kiwi yogurt Italian soda|
Enjoy these interview Q&A, and I truly wish that after reading this post, you could sit back and take a moment to think about what you are passionate about and GO FOR IT because life is too short to wake up with regrets.
Mrs. G = G
Sundi = S
G: When did you open your own store, Love to Go?
S: I opened my store on April 18, 2010
G: When did you discover you have passion toward food?
S: When I was studying in college, I started cooking dinner for my friends, brothers and sisters from church all the time.
One day, I saw a commercial on TV about Le Cordon Bleu in Pasadena. I immediately made a phone call and scheduled a visit at their campus. After the visit, I finally made up my mind and decided to complete an associate degree in Culinary Arts.
|Four different types of waffzas|
|Hong Kong style peanut butter waffle pocket|
S: I found out that many people in the States like to eat waffles. They also like pizzas. I think people like these two food because you could put a lot of different toppings on these two food items. I got inspired by pizzas and waffles and create waffza. At first, I made my waffza on a whole waffle and topped with ice-cream, whipped cream, strawberries and bananas, later I realized most of the people could not finish the whole waffza by themselves. It made me wonder how I could alternate my creation with more varieties. At last, I came up with the idea of separating the whole waffle into smaller size (their original quarter size) and decorate them slice by slice...Waffza was created ^.^
G: What is your favorite waffza?
S: I like all of my waffza, but the most favorite waffza that I love is the banana & nut coated with dark chocolate.
|A banana waffza cake|
|A strawberry and banana waffza cake|