One of the biggest names in the Philippine television and film in the 1980s up until the present knows her ways around the kitchen. Judy Ann Santos isn’t here to play around. The celebrity took a crash course in International Cuisine in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She graduated with distinction from the Center for Asian Culinary Arts Studies under the mentoring of Chef Gene Gonzales.
As a wife, mom, and a certified chef, Juday shared to the public her passion and knowledge for cooking by opening an online cooking show titled “Judy Ann’s Kitchen”, and launching her very own cookbook in 2016 titled similarly as her cooking show.
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Isa sa mga pangarap ko, ang mapaglutuan ang mga madre na inaalagaan ako sa dasal at pagmamahal.. hindi ko naman naisip na sa loob ko pa ng vatican ito magagawa.. 🙏🏼🙏🏼 napakasaya ng puso ko, ang sarap pakinggan nila sister matuwa at masiyahan sa niluto naming dinner para sa kanila. Thank you father mario for this beautiful, priceless experience.. hindi to pwedeng matapatan ng kahit anong outlet shops! 😂 thank you bub.. for making it even more special. ❤️❤️