Bea Alonzo Cooks Bagoong Rice For Frontliners At UP NIH
BEA ALONZO – ‘Unbreakable’ actress Bea Alonzo prepared bagoong rice for the health workers at the National Institute of Health of the University of the Philippines-Manila.
Recently, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano star Yassi Pressman released a new song dedicated to the frontliners. The song gained positive reactions from the online community.
Earlier, Bea Alonzo launched a charity drive to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers. She also cooked pasta for the frontliners on Easter Sunday.
The 32-year-old actress said it’s her way of showing her appreciation for our heroes amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The photos were uploaded on her Instagram account.
Bea Alonzo continues to show her love to the healthcare workers. The prominent actress one again personally cooked meals for them.
This time, she’s doing it for the workers ar the National Institute of Health of the University of the Philippines. In the caption of her Instagram post, the actress said she now loves cooking large batches of food.
“I’m starting to love cooking in big batches. May nahanap na yata akong bagong career… Cooked BAGOONG RICE for the front liners of National Institute of Health University of the Philippines-Manila,” she wrote.
Bea Alonzo received a lot of praise from the netizens after preparing food for the frontliners. Here are some of their comments from the post:
@lheanne_clouds: “galing nio po Chef Bea”
@donabea26: “BEAutiful ng presentation tingin palang masarap na, halatang may kasamang pagmamahal”
@16neth16: “Good Chef ka rin yata Good Samaritan”
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