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Food Tastings Cooking Demo With Chefs Sharwin Tee and Chef JP Anglo

Lifestyle Network presents Chef Sharwin Tee and Chef JP Anglo for its second leg of Food Tastings on June 6. They will teach how to cook mouthwatering Filipino dishes for the participants of Food Magazine's Food Tastings.






PRESS RELEASE: 

Lifestyle’s Chef Sharwin Tee and Sarsa’s Chef JP Anglo come together to teach foodies how to cook savory all-time favorite Filipino dishes for the second leg of “Food Tastings” this June 6 (Saturday).
Filipino cuisine is the star of the second class of Food magazine’s “Food Tastings” wherein participants learn how to serve their favorite Filipino cuisines in fun, creative ways..
“Food Tastings’” class titled, “Let’s Cook Pinoy!” will be held at Sarsa Kitchen + Bar, Mall of Asia.
To join the event, participants need to register at http://foodmagazine.abs-cbn.com.
The next series of classes of “Food Tastings” will run throughout the year, having participants explore recipes on health and wellness, hearty breakfast meals, and delectable sugar rush gift ideas.
For more information, head over to Food magazine’s official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/foodmag).

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