So much nomz to cook, so little time! There should be more local shows like GMA News TV’s Sarap At Home. I cannot believe it’s been running for four seasons and I’m just hearing about the show. They feature dishes that are easy to cook but nonetheless derrishuz.
Thanks to Lianne of BuhayKuneho who kindly attended the launch of the fourth season for us a few weeks ago, we get an up close and personal look at how the Sarap At Home cast get it done. Here’s an excerpt-
GMA News TV (Channel 11 on your tv) has launched the newest season of Sarap at Home, an innovative show that combines the appeal of a fun sitcom and a cooking demo. Aired daily, it is one of the most successful Pinoy food-oriented shows, and is now on its fourth season.
Besides the quirky Sam Oh who is the main host (who says cooking can’t be fashionable?), the awesome Ramon Bautista, the hunky Fabio Ide (doesn’t that name just scream hot?), and the very pretty Jackie Rice make up a fun and quirky cooking show cast.
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