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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.

Nov 23, 2013

Eugene Domingo Busy Cooking In Delmonte Kitchenomics After Doing One Movie After Another

AFTER WINNING as best actress in the Tokyo Filmfest for "Barber's Tale" and getting busy promoting the Regal sex-comedy "Status: It's Complicated", Eugene Domingo is now in the thick of drumming up her Metro Manila Filmfest entry, "Kimmy Dora, The Prequel", which pairs her for the first time with Sam Milby. But she hasn't neglected her chores as host to the popular cooking show "Del Monte Kitchenomics". Her episodes shot in Bukidnon are a big hit with cooking enthusiasts.

Filipino dishes evolved through the years mainly because Filipinos are known for being adventurous and experimental when it comes to cooking. We try different flavors, savor new spices and try other cuisines but as the saying goes –Nothing beats the classics. This week, join Eugene and co-host Chef Dino Ferrari as they prepare the classic Menudo but made with the gold standard in tomato sauce, Del Monte. Catch Del Monte Kitchenomics every Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11:25am and Sundays 10:30am only on GMA7.