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Del Monte Kitchenomics Season 2

Now on its second season, Del Monte Kitchenomics is again cooking up new cooking segments that will excite everyone's palate. Hosted by Kapuso leading lady Carla Abellana and multi-awarded pastry chef, Jackie Ang-Po, the show will begin its first telecast of the season on July 12 on GMA7.





For its new season, Del Monte Kitchenomics will feature dishes that are easy, affordable, and accessible to all types of cooks, These are a variety of dishes that is both budget friendly and nutritious. Recipes in Kitchenomics are tailor-fitted to the taste of Filipinos. Healthy cooking should start at home. Viewers will learn a lot of kitchen tips, tricks to help beginner cooks, will help guide new cooks in the kitchen, will give kitchen solutions, aside from providing healthy recipes and some alternatives to favorite Filipino recipes to make it more healthy especially for the calorie-conscious.




July is also Nutrition Month so the show will feature tips on how to make healthier dishes, and turn "rich" dishes into lighter ones. Del Monte Kitchenomics is focused on its community by providing kitchenomics recipes and aims to be a one-stop-shop for cooks.

"Cooking is really challenging but you can transform dishes into different ways including being creative with leftovers," says Carla Abellana. "Every show has a special theme."




"For me, I find it challenging to make my lola's dishes because there are a lot of nostalgic memories involved. I want to learn how to make low-calorie dishes  using seafood," added Carla.




Catch the new season of Del Monte Kitchenomics this July every Saturday, 11:25am and every Sunday at 12:05pm on GMA7.




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