Judy Ann Santos, Marian Rivera Cooked Their Specialty Dishes To Serve FrontlinersEveryone can help in any way they can. These mamas rule the kitchen and put their cooking skills to help.by Rachel Perez .
It can be a bit stressful following the news during this global pandemic. But just as we all stay home and remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19, let's not forget the frontliners that risk their lives every day.
Many celebrities have used their status and reach to help health workers and other frontliners. Bela Padilla raised money for street vendors. Angel Locsin has been providing sanitation tents to hospitals. Judy Ann Santos, Marian Rivera, and Pokwang do what they do best: cook!
Marian cooked menudo, a family specialty
Marian Rivera cooked their family's specialty, the menudo recipe that has been passed to her by her Nanay Ingkang, for frontliners at the Quezon City General Hospital. She had help from Waltermart and Touch Mama for sending more stoves.
"Maraming salamat sa inyong dedikasyon para sa kaligtasan naming lahat. Panalangin namin ang inyong kalakasan habang kinakaharap at tinatalo natin ang krisis na ito," Dingdong Dantes, who helped his wife pack the meals, wrote on Instagram on April 2, 2020.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Apart from Nanay Ingkang's Menudo, Marian and Dingdong also distributed 1800 food packs to families of daily minimum wage earners through Andrew's Fund PH.
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Judy Ann cooked her famous Angrydobo
Both their caption reads: "Home is where the (heart emoji) is." At the end of the video, after packing the Angrydobo meals in paper bags, Judy Ann posted a sticky note that said," Sa aming mga frontliners, maraming salamat."
Last week, Judy Ann Santos, Ryan Agoncillo, and their kids joined a program that provides do-it-yourself (DIY) face shields for health workers at the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine.
Pokwang also gave out sandwiches, rice, and canned goods
The Kapamilya actress personally prepared sandwiches for policemen and soldiers at checkpoints and doctors and nurses in Rizal. Pokwang (real name Marietta Subong) also sent sacks of rice and canned goods for people that have no means to stock food during the lockdown through their barangay captain.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
The mama of two has also been tapped by Father Tito Calauag to be a "central kitchen" to cook food for poor families. Pokwang received some criticism for her charitable acts. She, however, reminded everyone that in the time of crisis, it's the right time to use social media to send good vibes instead of negativity.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
No amount of help is too little; every little thing counts.
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