Foodie favorite cooking show returns with more restaurant-inspired recipes, kitchen tips
Viewers will also be invited to watch and try out the featured dishes in some of the cooking demos
Now on its fifth season, Home Foodie will continue to teach and entertain home cooks with restaurant-inspired classics as well as simple and budget-friendly recipes. Drew Arellano and Iya Villania will return as the hosts of the show alongside San Miguel Pure Foods Culinary Center chefs Llena Tan-Arcenas, Martin Narisma, and John Valley who will be doing the cooking demos.
But the new season isn’t without changes: Some of the cooking demos will be shot on location, one of which has the Sierra Madre Mountain Ranges as the kitchen backdrop. The show will also be more interactive and will also engage with the Home Foodie community with Arellano going around cities to talk to viewers about recipe ideas and culinary-related questions. Viewers will also be invited to try out the featured dishes in some of the demos done in remote kitchens.
Season five airs on GMA 7, which started on Jun. 10, from Monday to Friday.
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