Have you noticed yourself being curious as a child when it comes to food nowadays? More than just eating out of necessity, you’re probably are now extra conscious when it comes to the ingredients that were put into your food; like a food CIA!
Or maybe you friends are relying on you when it comes to your dine-out where to because they believe you know more than enough for them to entrust their taste buds to you.
You’re joining the “foodie” bandwagon and you’re not even aware of it! Now, arguments are starting to rise regarding being a foodie. Some say that being a foodie is much easier than some may think, and some are reacting as if we need to be as talented as Chef Boy Logro, or we have to attend to The International Culinary Schools to become a foodie.
As both have their valid points, DigitalFilipina says, it’s always best to back-up each opinion with legit knowledge. As long as you have the ability to appreciate good food, treat it as an experience and learn its aesthetics, it’s a good way to jumpstart your “home foodie journey”.
San Miguel Pure Foods believes that aside from dining out, foodies should also come home and harness their passion for food by cooking in their own kitchen and creating their own food experience.
Home Foodie is all about inspiring home cooks to reinvent traditional favorites and recreate dishes from food discoveries using San Miguel Pure Foods products.
Home Foodie Season 2 recipes are “Kayang-kayang Sarap”, delicious and definitely doable that even kitchen newbies can do the recipes.
Joining Drew Arellano and the chefs of Home Foodie Season 2 is Drew’s wife, Iya Villania.
Drew has been the perfect host in Season 1 given his wide mass appeal, non-alienating persona aside from being a true blue foodie. Drew will continue to inspire and encourage both men and women to enjoy food by spending time in their kitchens.
Iya is the most welcome addition to the Home Foodie Family. She 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. Iya, who is equally popular and looked up to by her followers and peers, will encourage kitchen newbies to cook as she takes on the journey herself, from novice to an intermediate cook.
Witness Drew and Iya’s cooking adventure at Home Foodie as the episodes tackle domestic struggles that are 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.