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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jul 14, 2012

Marian Rivera Considers Chef Boy Logro Her Personal Mentor In The Culinary Arts

IF SHE’d be given the chance, Marian Rivera would really like to enrol in a culinary school to nurture her passion for cooking. “Pero wala talagang time,” she says on the set of “Tweets for My Sweet”. “Kamukha niyan, magsisimula na raw ang shoot ng bagong movie ko with Direk Maryo de los Reyes, ‘Hanggang Ngayon’, with Coco Martin, so I’d be busier. Buti na nga lang I’m working with Chef Boy Logro in ‘Tweets for My Sweet’ and he serves as my mentor in cooking. He even gave magazines na may recipes niya. He told me to try them at pag nalito raw ako tawagan ko lang siya. Binibigyan pa niya ako ng assignments para naman patuloy akong matuto sa pagluluto."

In tonight’s episode, Chef Boy as Tito Panch, the younger brother of Meg and Adele's dad, will visit their Same Same Café. He will tell them that he didn't pursue his plans of going to Mexico because of an illegal employer. Will Tito Panch be the answer to Meg's question about her long lost mom? Find out tonight in ‘Tweets for My Sweet’ before 24 Oras Weekend on GMA-7.