What’s Cooking?: Presidentiables’ food edition
Campaign season is truly toxic especially for the candidates for the national post who need to scour the country to reach to voters in the province.
But every now and then, even the busiest presidential aspirant has to take a break to eat. Let’s check out their last food posts on their Instagram.
For independent candidate Senator Grace Poe, sharing in the joy of food festivals and bonding with culinary students were part of the itinerary. She stirred a huge cauldron of what looks like Pinakbet at the Pinakbet Festival in Villasis, Pangasinan and decorated cupcakes with students of Advance Central College in San Jose, Antique.
Decorating cupcakes with the students of Advance Central College in San Jose, Antique A photo posted by Grace Poe (@sengracepoe) on
For Team Mar, a quiet mealtime with his family and friends was enough. Wife Korina Sanchez-Roxas posted a photo of their merienda: ginataan, sapin sapin, Kesong puti in pandesal, egg pie, which she confessed she hasn’t had since high school.
Team Duterte, through Inday Sara Duterte’s Instagram post were rewarded for their grueling campaign schedule with a giant burger, a gift from Casa Verde of Cebu.
Day 24 Thank you Cebu for the gift, biggest burger I have ever seen. Follow our trip at facebook.com/byahengdu30 #DuterteforPresident #byahengdu30 #Duterte2016 #justDUit #DU30 #votedutertecayetano #goodvibes #dancedancedance A photo posted by Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio (@indaysaraduterte) on
Meanwhile, Vice President Jejomar Binay, in a Facebook post reiterated his position on modernizing agriculture, saying that he will get rid of irrigation fees, and push benefits for the farmers if elected president.
For her part, Senator Miriam Defensor bonded with bloggers and online supporters at the Banana Leaf to discuss her platform over a light snack.
— Miriam Santiago (@senmiriam) April 28, 2016