Home Foodie Season 5 for Every Kind of Foodie
A Home Foodie can be anyone who loves food, cooking and eating! If you’re any of those type of foodie, you should tune in to the San Miguel Pure Foods Home Foodie Season 5. The latest season of the cooking show with Chefs Yen, Martin and John together with real life couple Drew Arellano and Iya Villania will continue to teach and entertain every foodies out there.
What’s in store for you are resto-inspired, and classics recipes with twists, sprinkled with new ideas that brings the food to the next level. Of course, the team will make sure the dishes are easy-to-prepare and budget-friendly. Perfect for the practical moms, adulting millennial, and everyone in between.
Among the new elements for this season is that Home Foodie Season 5 went out of the kitchen for fresh ambience. Some of the cooking demos are done on location with a refreshing view of the Sierra Madre Mountain Ranges as the kitchen backdrop.
The show also engages more with its Ka-Home Foodie community on recipe ideas, questions and needs that can be addressed by the show. Drew will roam around the city to personally talk to the viewers and netizens.
And so, the recipes are ka-Home Foodie approved, can be easily replicated by more households and are suited for every member of the family. Lucky Home Foodies are also invited to the remote kitchen to watch the cooking demos and try the featured dishes.
The dishes served during the press event were the ones they cooked in the show. I was drawn to Paella because it’s one of my favorite dishes to eat when available in a restaurant. And suddenly I can actually cook it myself? That’s exciting!
Join Drew and lya, as they cook various Madalicious and Affordalicious meals for their growing family, together with the San Miguel Culinary Center Celebrity Chefs Llena Tan-Arcenas, Martin Narisma and John Valley in Home Foodie Season 5.
Home Foodie Season 5 will be aired on GMA 7, beginning June 10, 2019, from Monday to Friday, after Unang Hirit. If you’re not a morning person and are likely to miss the cooking show, the episodes can also be enjoyed online through their website at www.homefoodie.com, YouTube (Home Foodie), Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts (Home Foodie ph).