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Camille Prats whips up nutritious, delicious meals in ‘Knorr Nutri-Sarap Kitchen’ - Manila Standard
Be inspired to take a step forward to a better future as GMANetwork and Knorr team up to showcase success stories of Filipinos who grew up eating nutritious and delicious meals in the newest cooking show Knorr Nutri-Sarap Kitchen.
Hosted by Kapuso TV host-actress CamillePrats-Yambao, Knorr Nutri-Sarap Kitchen features these «malusog na bukas” success stories and pays tribute to Filipinos who have worked hard to achieve their dreams despite the challenges they experienced growing up. Part of their success is attributed to eating simple and nutri-sarap meals prepared by their mothers.
The cooking show puts a spotlight on popular personalities and ordinary people with inspiring stories like basketball star Marc Pingris who spent his childhood days helping his mom sell vegetables at the Pozorrubio public market in Pangasinan; Doc Joeffrey ‘Otit’ Mambucon, the first from the Tigwahanon-Manobo Tribe who graduated with a double degree in Nursing and Medicine; Teacher Fe Matullano Lustañas, a public school teacher-turned-philanthropist who started the Education Under the Bridge program; and comedienne and entrepreneur Marietta “Pokwang” Subong.
Knorr Nutri-Sarap Kitchen airs every Sunday at 10:05 a.m., on GMANetwork
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