After seven seasons that featured easy to prepare meals and refreshments, Wholesome Meals Better Life is back for its eighth season on CNN Philippines.
Hosted by Christine Jacob-Sandejas, together with chefs from the San Miguel Culinary Center, new recipes that are perfect for the family are shared weekdays at 7:30 a.m..
Wholesome Meals Better Life not only give its audience a step by step instruction on food preparation but it also gives suggestions of where to get the best ingredients they can use for the best meals and drinks.
“For me, I think having the power to feed your family in a certain way is so empowering knowing what ingredients you actually put in, the dietary constraints a member of your family may have. And when you create something, even simple meals, it can already be a healthy meal for your family. It just adds a little bit more love and care and thought. I always like creating meals and it’s something that we can always do together,” Wholesome Meals Better Life host Christine Jacob-Sandejas said in an interview.
Christine is joined by Chefs Pam Obieta, Rene Ruz, KC Jardin, Randy Oliva, John Valley, Yen Tan-Arcenas, and Martin Narisma. These culinary practitioners believe in using quality ingredients to make each dish best tasting.
Tasty snacks and baon recipes that can be enjoyed by you and your family will be highlighted in this new season of Wholesome Meals Better Life. These dishes are easy and affordable that home cooks and parents can recreate at home.
Wholesome Meals Better Life airs Monday to Friday at 7:30 a.m. on CNN Philippines. Catch the replays daily at 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.. In case you missed it, you may log on to youtube.com/CNNPhilippines to view the episodes. Visit facebook.com/CNNPhilippines to also get the recipes featured in the show.
Tune in to CNN Philippines via Free TV Channel 9, Channel 14 on Sky Cable, Channel 10 on Cignal and live-streaming via CNNPhilippines.com, facebook.com/CNNPhilippines, and iflix app under NEWS section.
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