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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.

May 16, 2013

Meet Celebrity Chef Dino Ferrari Of 'Del Monte Kitchenomics'

ONE OF the popular celebrity chefs today is Chef Dino Ferrari of “Del Monte Kitchenomics”. Those who’re wondering about him, he’s actually half-Filipino and half-Italian. He was discovered when he joined an international reality cooking show in Penang, Malaysia: “The Eastern & Oriental Search for the Asian Food Channel’s (AFC) Next Celebrity Chef.” He won and bested rivals chefs from various Asian cities like Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Hongkong.

He’s 26 years old and has lots of fans as he’s good looking enough to be an “artista” himself, but he says he’d rather cook than act. This week in Del Monte Kitchenomics, he and co-host Eugene Domingo will do a classic recipe with a twist: Sinigang done the Del Monte Kitchenomics way. Called Red Sinigang, this is made with Del Monte Tomato Sauce. The soup is thicker, richer and as Eugene herself says: “Mas malinamnam, perfect comfort food for the whole family!” Catch Del Monte Kitchenomics every Wednesday and Saturday before Eat Bulaga and 10:30am every Sunday only on GMA7.