Remember this gorgeous face?
That’s George Rocha, the first courtside reporter of De La Salle Green Archers. George (I still prefer calling her Georgia) was also a host in Studio 23 and University Rock, NU 107.
Georgia was my batchmate in College. Sorry, I have to write in English because Georgia doesn’t know how to speak Tagalog. Peace!
I asked Georgia why she stopped hosting. Ang sagot ba naman sakin…
Why you asking? Gusto mo mag-sportscaster?
Na-iimagine ko na sinasabi niya ‘to sa akin sabay tingin from head to foot. Bwahahahaha!
Anyway, Georgia stopped hosting the year she got married, but every UAAP fanatic knows that Georgia is a UAAP legend… a UAAP classic. 😉
She is now happily married with 2 kids. She is also the empress of Empire Macaron.
Empire Macaron is the product of Georgia’s love for baking. Trivia: Georgia taught herself how to make macarons. Wow!
“Empire’s macarons pay homage to the traditional French macaron with time-honored flavors such as Pistachio, Lemon, Strawberry, and Dark Chocolate, while giving the convention a twist with variants such as Earl Gray and Milk Chocolate, hazelnut (Nutella), Snicker’s and more. Boasting of 12 flavors, Empire values its home-made uniqueness—never sacrificing quality with mass production. Each macaron is hand-piped and uses the freshest ingredients to bring customers a honest-to-goodness, traditional macaron without premixes or shortcuts.” ~ Georgia
My personal favorite is Empire Macaron’s Belgian White Chocolate Macaron.
Empire’s macarons are not only yummy but very pretty. Look at their macaron towers!!
Sana may Empire Macaron na nung wedding namin!!!
You can visit Empire Macaron at the Power Plant Mall, Rockwell.