Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Sponsored Video: Unearths the Secrets of Japanese Cuisine in the New Series Fresh Off Japan! at Asian Food Channel

As you all know, Daddy and I loves to cook for our family. Everyday we cook our meals from breakfast to dinner. This way we are assure that the foods that we eat are safe and healthy. This is Daddy cooking our breakfast early in the morning, before going to work.

Aside from cooking regular home meals, I like cooking pasta on weekends and special occasions like Christmas.

Also, Daddy is now into baking and he’s learning to make pizza, which I really love by the way. He also like to try foreign dishes like Japanese food. However, I know cooking Japanese food is not easy. But Japanese food is really delicious so all the effort will be all worth it. So when I learned that Asian Food Channel (AFC) announced the premiere of Fresh Off Japan!, we are both delighted.

Fresh Off Japan! is a 4-episode series hosted by 2014 Food Hero winner Sarah Benjamin, which will feature the flourishing Japanese food culture in Singapore. Each week, Sarah will unearth the secret behind the classic Japanese cuisine from picking the freshest Japanese ingredients and trying authentic Japanese dishes to meeting renowned chefs in Singapore. What is very exciting is that after meeting the chefs, Sarah will try to master the intricate Japanese cooking techniques with her own modern twist. Sounds really great right? Can’t wait to watch all the four episodes!

Sarah Benjamin with Chef Hide Yamamoto in Episode 1

Here's an exclusive video as Sarah Benjamin takes us to the most enchanting Japanese cuisine.

Catch the 4 episodes of Fresh Off Japan! on Asian Food Channel Cignal Ch26, Dream Satellite TV Ch27, SkyCable Ch22 and Ch248, and Destiny Cable Ch22 and Ch72. You can catch the pilot episode on the Asian Food Channel website. You can also visit their Facebook and Twitter page for regular updates.

Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by AFC. However, all my views and thoughts are my own.
Enjoyed this post? Share your thoughts below—I'd love to hear from you!

Let’s stay connected: