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« Miramar Fish Market & Seafood Grill-Chula Vista | Main | Turo Turo Thursday: A Revisit to Conching's Cafe »

Wednesday, 24 October 2012



Great post and round up of all the different baked goods they offer! I really like this place. Plus, the older ladies who work there are really nice!

The owner was recognized by our local school district for her success with the bakery, as she had taken classes and graduated from the culinary program through Chula Vista Adult School (under Chef Ellem Baum).


Thanks, cc. Everybody has always been nice to us when we drop in here. It's nice to know the history of the ladies-they do have a pride in their product.


It may have been your post that got me to Pangea's in the first place. I like the red bean pastry and a coffee-almond pastry. The pan fried dumpling looks good; it's too bad they no longer have them.


So glad you enjoy Pangea also, Sandy. Red bean seems to fulfill cravings for me, too. Coffee almond sounds good; I must seek it out.


I have to admit that i've become completely addicted to their macarons. And it was your post on Pangea that made me try it out in the first place.


Isn't it fun to have an indulgence that isn't expensive, Lynnea? So glad you like it here.

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