Sarah G’s Baked Creations Will Soon Hit the Market

They say that the best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.

Matteo Guidecelli is one lovestruck husband as he is obviously in love with everything about his wife, Sarah Geronimo. His latest obsession—Sarah’s strawberry cake.

“She does really, really good cakes. Her strawberry cake is super good,” Matteo shares.

At their first Christmas season together as a couple, Matteo could not be more proud of her wife’s improving culinary skills.

In the past nine months, they were able to enrich their relationship further by doing things in their kitchen.

“I do the Italian dishes and she the Filipino food and the baking, so it’s been perfect for us,” he explains.

Matteo was able to master cooking through the Da Gianna Cucina Italiana, the restaurant his family owns.

 

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He further discloses that Sarah’s strawberry cake and other baked products will soon be available in the market. However, orders must be placed in advance.

According to Sarah herself, she fumbled when she tried bread baking previously. But she learned to bake the right way through discipline, patience, and instinctive mixing of the right ingredients.

Aside from Sarah’s strawberry cake, Matteo also brags about her Japanese souffle cheesecake, lemon blueberry buttermilk, and passion fruit coconut cheesecake. His wife also bakes oatmeal and chocolate cookies, as well as brownies and muffins.

Doing good

Sarah’s discovery of her baking talents is among what they consider as the unexpected thrills of their married life, amid the pandemic. Matteo also believes that their life together during the lockdown period made their bond stronger.

 

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As for himself, he found a new ‘cool’ role as a gardener. Currently, he grows, pechay, tomatoes, mint, and other herbs.

“We were together for six years before the wedding. And it happened shortly before the pandemic. Time is what you make of it really,” Matteo shares.

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