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Angelica Panganiban prepares ready-to-eat meals for frontliners, victims of Caloocan fire

Angelica Panganiban prepared 300 ready-to-eat meal packs donated to frontliners of various hospitals and the victims of the fire in Caloocan City last April 5.

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04/11/2020 12:16 PM
Angelica Panganiban prepares ready-to-eat meals for frontliners, victims of Caloocan fire
Photo credit: @ iamangelicap IG

Angelica Panganiban is the latest celebrity to a lead relief drive amid the COVID-19 pandemic, preparing ready-to-eat meals not only for the heroic frontliners but also to those affected by the recent fire in the City of Caloocan.

The Banana Sundae star revealed that a pub in Quezon City that she co-owns opened its kitchen to them, thanking her business partners for allowing her to use it as for her relief efforts. She also extended her sincerest thanks to the chef and everyone else who helped prepare the food which included a variety of viands.

“Kahapon po ay nakapag bigay kami ng 300 hundred ready to eat meals para sa ating mga frontliners at ibang lugar sa atin na nahihirapan pang makakuha ng kanilang supplies,” she wrote.


She added: “Maraming salamat @tipsypig_ph (Timog branch) para sa pag bukas ng kusina, kay chef @jared_stotomas at sa mga kusinero natin na hindi nag dalawang isip tumulong.”

The 33-year-old actress also expressed her gratitude to her friends in showbiz who helped her during the packing of the meals namely Pocholo Barretto, Smokey Manaloto, and Barbie Imperial. She also thanked her celebrity friends who donated money used to fuel the relief drive including Chie Filomeno and Marco Gumabao. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kahapon po ay nakapag bigay kami ng 300 hundred ready to eat meals para sa ating mga frontliners at ibang lugar sa atin na nahihirapan pang makakuha ng kanilang supplies. Maraming salamat @tipsypig_ph (Timog branch) para sa pag bukas ng kusina, kay chef @jared_stotomas at sa mga kusinero natin na hindi nag dalawang isip tumulong. Sa napakasarap na mga inihanda ninyo. Sweet&sour shrimp, chopseuy, Pampano, baked salmon, pusit, fried chicken, blue marlin, calamares at burger. Salamat din sa lahat ng nakasama namin ni @pocholobarretto at sumama kayo mag repack ng pagkain. @msbarbieimperial @smokey_manaloto @legslegaspi @khangkers @rejiiie 😃 salamat din sa mga donations. Eco bags from @keshmeister at yung mga nag donate ng cash, barbie, @gumabaomarco @chiefilomeno @debsgarcia @legslegaspi Mark Soriquez, eric, johnny and nestor. Naipadala po namin ang mga pagkain sa Diliman Doctors Hospital c/o Doc Reg Santos, Philippine heart center c/o Dra. Longos, at sa AFP, kasama na din ang mga nasunugan sa Caloocan kahapon. Thank you @neil_arce & @ryanordonez sa pahintulot na buksan at gamitin ang branch natin. P.S sinamahan na namin ng konting sayaw ang pag handa ng pagkain. Sana umabot sa inyo ang mga indak namin. Mabuhay kayong lahat 💟

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Among the organizations which received the ready-to-eat meal packs were Diliman Doctors Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, and the Armed Forces of the Philippines.