“The Jolly Show” A live cooking demo series
JOLLY Food Line opened up a “virtual” kitchen class where home cooks, foodies, and aspiring food entrepreneurs alike can learn the different aspects of food and cooking together. Hosted by award-winning Chef Mitchie Sison, the show”
JOLLY Food Line opened up a “virtual” kitchen class where home cooks, foodies, and aspiring food entrepreneurs alike can learn the different aspects of food and cooking together.
Hosted by award-winning Chef Mitchie Sison, the show” is a fun, interactive online venue for food lovers, home cooks, and aspiring momtrepreneurs to share cooking experiences and common interests in the kitchen. Launched in summer, it is a monthly-themed, full-live cooking demo on Facebook with each kitchen session featuring special guests joining the actual cooking demo and Web discussions.
“We want to engage our loyal consumers whom we regard as our most valuable brand ambassadors. We designed the cooking show that way because we want to reach out to a wider audience and to make their participation much easier, taking into consideration the limited time and demanding schedules of our target audience,” said Marilou ‘Bey’ Acuña, Fly Ace Group category manager.
The recipes featured are very easy to follow and straightforward. The show’s flow is concise yet rich in vital information especially on the health benefits of JOLLY canned fruits and vegetables.
“With just a tablet or smartphone in hand, even those from remote locations in the provinces can conveniently take part in the fun,” added Acuna.
Special guest, Leah Cantos with Chef Mitchie Sison
Apart from fueling one’s cooking aspirations, The Jolly Show also serves as a viable online channel for those who seek extra income via online food business, just like momtrepreneur Leah Cantos who was featured in the September episode on No-Bake Special Desserts.
“I really loved the recipes, and how easy it is to follow the procedures. With the Yuletide season fast approaching, moms who want to earn extra can really use the recipes. I believe that through accessible learning portals like The Jolly Show, momtrepreneurs like me and their families will benefit,” said Cantos.
The JOLLY show online cooking sessions and live discussions are open to all social media-savvy participants. Simply visit the Jolly Eats page on Facebook (@JollyFoods). For those who cannot participate live, recorded cooking demo videos and recipes are posted on Jolly Eats on FB, Twitter and Instagram (@jollyeatsph).