Jennylyn Mercado gives ‘wais’ tips in GMA News TV’s ‘Dishkarte of the day’

Today, sit back and relax while planning your menu of the day as GMA News TV and CDO Foodsphere, Inc. bring to Filipino homes the newest cooking show Dishkarte of the Day.

Hosted by award-winning Kapuso actress and celebrity mom Jennylyn Mercado, Dishkarte of the Day is both engaging and informative as it features different recipes using CDO Karne Norte as well as wais kitchen tips perfect for all moms.

Jennylyn shares that through her latest cooking show, she gets to share new and budget-friendly recipes she can also prepare for Jazz, her 7-year-old son.

Sexy cook. Jennylyn Mercado  hosts a cooking show
 “Dito, marami akong bagong recipes. Since pihikan si Jazz, yung mga nalalaman ko, ina-apply ko sa bahay. Kahit busy ang sched ko ay nakakapagluto ako ng healthy and easy-to-prepare food for Jazz. May natututunan din ako na useful kitchen tips mula sa mga guests,” Jen cheerfully said.

Aside from her celebrity guests, joining Jennlyn as her co-host for the show is Kapuso comedian Betong Sumaya. She adds that hosting this program is a breeze because she is accompanied by her funny co-host.

 “Bukod sa tips and recipes na pwede nilang magamit sa cooking or sa kitchen, nakakatuwa rin kasi may co-host ako dito. May acting na kasama kaya masaya at mag-e-enjoy ang mga viewers,” she said. 

Under the direction of Noel Anonuevo, catch Dishkarte of the Day Mondays to Fridays at 8:20-8:30 am, 3:00-3:10 pm and 7:00-7:10pm; on Saturdays at 8:20-8:30 am, 3:00-3:10 pm and 4:50-5:00pm; and on Sundays at 12:25-12:55pm, 4:50 to 5:00 pm and 5:40-5:50pm on GMA News TV. 

Follow the latest updates about Dishkarte of the Day on the official Facebook page


Alodia Gosiengfiao fights Acne with Belo

Internationally known Cosplayer and model Alodia Gosiengfiao may find herself in the limelight, but like any other young person, acne problem is a struggle she also deals with. These are moments when the pretty celebrity “gets real” seeing those pimples and occasional acne getting the better of her beautiful skin. 

Cosplayer Alodia Gosiengfiao wins battle against acne
Alodia is but one of the many young people whom Dr. Vicki Belo and her clinic, the Belo Medical Group (BMG) has been helping. It’s no secret that Dr. Belo’s personal fight against acne as a young girl was what drove her, when she became a doctor, to research and leave no stone unturned in finding a lasting solution to this acne problem that has been plaguing the youth. 

Today, more than 26 years after BMG has been founded, Dr. Belo holds the distinction of having the most advanced and complete line of treatment for acne and acne scars - from products, to facials and peels, to laser light therapy to RF treatments. This is the expertise that sets BMG apart from its competitors.

So, when BMG says they know how to fight acne and acne scars, believe that they know how to win it via the clinic’s Customized Belo Acne Program. And that cannot be found anywhere else. BMG has come up with a Customized Belo Acne Program that can deal with moderate to severe acne problems where over-the-counter medications almost always prove futile. 

Dr. Belo has been helping Alodia in this area. She explains that “effective management of acne requires a combination of treatments.” She says, “Our customized acne treatment program will have the patient undergo assessment from our expert doctors first, and then products and services can be combined to tailor-fit the needs of the patient depending on the severity of acne problem. We can promise clear skin in only 8-12 weeks and you can say goodbye to those ugly, bumpy and painful acne.”

Alodia only has good words for Dr. Belo and her clinic for the wonderful job they have been doing on her now flawless complexion and maintaining it. 

The fight against acne and acne scars is a problem not just for ordinary young people and Alodia and BMG know this. This summer, let the match begin and be part of the winning team of Alodia and BMG. 


Sony premieres 2 new shows

Sony Channel, the home of Hollywood’s entertainment, has added two new comedy shows for this merry month of May:  Crowded and Superstore.

Crowded premiered 8:30 p.m. last night.

“Superstore” is an American single-camera sitcom television series follows a group of employees working at a fictional big-box store
Taking its place alongside comedy series Dr. Ken on ROFLing Sunday nights, Crowded follows married couple Mike and Martina Moore who are excited to settle into their new life as empty-nesters. But not all goes to plan and chaos ensues as their two daughters unexpectedly return home to figure out their lives and Mike’s parents decide to stay with them instead of moving to Florida. 

Crowded is produced by Hazy Mills Productions, Sam Jen Productions, and Universal Television.   The show stars Patrick Warburton as Mike Moore, Carrie Preston as Martina Moore, Miranda Cosgrove as Shea Moore, and Mia Serafino as Stella Moore. Stacy Keach plays Mike’s father Bob while Carlease Burke plays Mike’s mother Alice. 

“Crowded” is another multi-camera sitcom recorded in front of a live studio audience
Superstore premieres 8 p.m. May 22. It stars America Ferrera and is a laugh-out-loud (LOL) comedy about the lives of employees of a big box store called Cloud 9 in St. Louis, Missouri. 

From interns to long-term managers, each employee’s life and background play a crucial role in their characters and add a kaleidoscope of color to the challenges of dealing with the unpredictable world of retail. 

Superstore was created by Justin Spitzer and produced by Spitzer Holding Company, The District, and Universal Television.  The show stars America Ferrera who played Betty in the famous comedy Ugly Betty. Also starring are Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash, Colton Dunn, Nichole Bloom, and Mark McKinney.

Sony Channel is seen on SKYCable Channel 35, Cignal Digital TV Channel 60, Destiny Cable Channel 62, Cable Link Channel 39.


Topics: Jennylyn Mercado , Gma news tv , dishkarte of the day , sony , sony premieres , crowded , superstore
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