WATCH: Judy Ann Santos, Marian Rivera cook signature dishes for frontliners

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WATCH: Judy Ann Santos, Marian Rivera cook signature dishes for frontliners
These home cooks rev up their kitchens to feed both health frontliners and the homeless

MANILA, Philippines – Aside from donating surgical masks, sourcing tents, and crafting Personal Protective Equipment, celebrities are donating food for health frontliners in the coronavirus pandemic. For stars Judy Ann Santos and Marian Rivera, the donation was a little more personal, with the two stars preparing meals right in their own kitchens. 

Judy Ann Santos prepared a huge batch of Angrydobo meals and left a short message for the frontliners.



Marian Rivera also cooked her family’s signature menudo dish. Husband Dingdong Dantes helped her in packing the food.




Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) chairperson Liza Diño-Seguerra turned chef as she and husband Ice Seguerra also prepped meals for frontliners.


Comedian Pokwang is still distributing food she made from her kitchen.


Bea Alonzo, together with the I am Hope Organization, which she is a co-founder also helped in cooking meals with volunteers for for the students in UP Diliman and women frontliners, who were not able to go home. Vhong Navarro and his wife Tanya Bautista also helped by donating 100 packs of food from their kitchen.



The entire Luzon has been placed on a lockdown since March 17 to prevent the spread of the virus. As of posting, the Philippines has recorded over 2,000 cases of the coronavirus. More than 800,000 cases have been recorded worldwide. –

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