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The Sexy Chef Cooking Demo

The Alejandro sisters- Barni and Rachel, has always been staunch advocates of a healthy diet and lifestyle. They are also the force behind the successful The Sexy Chef, food delivery and food consultancy service. The Sexy Chef, which has been around for more than a decade has come up with several diet plans that tailor-fits a person's dietary needs.



Their Diet Plans choices includes- South Beach, Pounds Away, Paleo, Eat Clean Detox, Tummy Trimmer, and Blood Profile-Based Diet.

Last June 16, Chef Barni Rennebeck and Ms. Rachel Alejandro shared some of their recipes at the Wellness Fair in Robinson's Magnolia. They prepared a Detox Green Smoothie, Malunggay Noodle Salad, and Romaine Salad with Cranberries and Walnuts and Pesto Vinaigrette.



Ms. Rachel Alejandro reiterates the importance of vegetables in one's diet. Chef Barni, on the other hand says that she is 90% vegetarian and 10% steak-lover. 


The sisters are also promoting their second The Sexy Chef book which will be launch soon. It includes "healthified" Filipino recipes, and desserts. I'm curious about the healthified Filipino recipe ... thinking about crispy pata and kare-kare now. ;)




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