When we got invited to witness the Cycle 2 of Beko Philippines' Eat Like a Pro cooking challenge, Kib and I got excited. We wanted to see how a cooking challenge is being made, preparing a dish within the given time limit. During the event, Kib was really watching each mother and child tandem on how they prepared the dishes together.
Look at the event photos below:
|Judges tasting the dishes cooked by the contestants|
The recently-concluded Eat Like a Pro: Cook-Off Cycle 2 was held at Robinsons Metro East last November 16-18, 2018. The first day was the elimination round where eight mother and child pairs showcased their cooking skills to the panel of judges. Among the eight pairs, four will advance to the next round (Day 2). The last day was for the final two pairs chosen from the semi-finalists.
Eat Like a Pro: Cook-Off Cycle 2 aims to showcase how parents and their children can work together in preparing delicious, budget-friendly, and healthy meals for the whole family. This contest is in support of Beko's Eat Like a Pro advocacy, an information dissemination campaign that seeks to help parents provide healthier food choices for their children. This advocacy seeks to raise awareness about the rapidly growing rates of childhood malnutrition in the Philippines due to unhealthy eating habits.
Just like in the first cycle of Eat Like a Pro: Cook-Off Challenge, the winner will take home a Beko kitchen showcase and Php10,000 cash.
I wish Kib and I will join a cooking contest someday.
To know more about Beko's #EatLikeAPro advocacy and Beko Philippines, you may visit their Facebook page (facebook.com/BekoPh) or visit their website at www.beko.ph.