A ‘foodie‘ is actually someone who has a devotion and superior interest in food and alcoholic beverages. You can’t tag yourself a foodie if you just find yourself eating simply because you are hungry or always craving. A foodie is someone who loves to discover new food experiences and makes it as a hobby. A typical foodie has an interest in following resto openings, food fads, cooking classes, and the likes.
San Miguel Pure Foods believes that foodies can also use their own kitchens in creating their own food experiences apart from the norms, which are dining out. San Miguel encourages foodies to also practice their passion for food at home and be a ‘Home Foodie‘.
Home Foodie is all about inspiring home cooks to recreate favorites and redesign dishes from food discoveries using San Miguel Pure Foods products.
Thus, Home Foodie dishes are “masarap, mas masustansya at kayang-kaya.” Even home foodie ‘noobs’ can do the recipes.
I was invited at the media launch of the San Miguel Pure Foods Home Foodie at the San Miguel Pure Foods Culinary Center in Pasig.
Home Foodie will not just be a ‘girl thing‘. It will also inspire men to cook and be active in the kitchen, hence, Drew Arellano is the perfect host for the show. He has wide mass appeal, is not- alienating and is a true blue foodie. Drew can inspire and encourage men to enjoy food by spending time in his kitchen.
This is going to be so much fun as the experts from the San Miguel Pure Foods Culinary Center, led by chefs LIena Tan-frcenas, Rene Ruz, and RJ Garcia are set to share tips and techniques in food preparation. Therefore, Home Foodie viewers will absolutely be thrilled to learn new twists and elevate their food experiences.
Catch San Miguel Pure Foods Home Foodie beginning August 10, Mondays to Fridays, after Unang Hirit on GMA7, and beginning August 15, every Saturday and Sunday, within Balitanghali on GMA News TV.
Sample dishes from the Home Foodie Buddies: