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Novice Cook No More with San Miguel Home Foodie Show
I always wanted to prepare meals for my husband and son which are new to their taste buds. I don’t grew up in a family who has passion for cooking and I’m embarrassed to admit that I only knew of few dishes which I just shuffle in a month. I don’t know how many more wives can relate to that story. Good thing nowadays, I can turn to the internet for menu and cooking shows too for help. However, “kayang-kayang” Pinoy sarap is rare in the world wide web (at least when I checked).
Over a week ago, I was invited to a foodie event to welcome the second season of Home Foodie from San Miguel Pure Foods and GMA7. Joining Drew Arellano and the chefs is Drew’s wife, Iya Villania!
I love how I can relate to this new wifey and soon-to-be-mom in terms of her skill level in the kitchen. How she admitted that she’s still trying her hands to cook new recipes for her husband. She also mentioned that her confidence in cooking increased since she started taping the show. Iya represents all wives and mothers who are not just food lovers but are also keen on learning and discovering more for the satisfaction and welfare of their loved ones.
Witness Drew and Iya’s cooking adventure at Home Foodie as its 3-minuter episodes tackle domestic struggles that are not just food lovers but are also commonly experienced when it comes to learning and preparing great food for our loved ones.
Home Foodie viewers are expected to learn tips and techniques in food preparation with the experts from the San Miguel Pure Foods Culinary Center led by chefs Llena Tan-Arcenas, Rene Ruz and RJ Garcia.
Catch San Miguel Pure Foods Home Foodie beginning June 13, Mondays thru Fridays, after Unang Hirit on GMA7.
Visit www.homefoodie.com.ph for more info.