Kapuso star Marian Rivera has a bit of a dilemma.
How can she can focus on her hobby—cooking—if she's not going to have any break after Amaya?
A few weeks after her last taping day for the epic serye, she is set to start working My Beloved, her reunion project with real-life sweetheart Dingdong Dantes.
How can she find time for classes in a culinary school?
"Bahala na kung paano ko aayusin yung schedule ko para magawa ko pa rin 'yon," she told PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal) on January 6 at the Amaya's sound stage in Marilao, Bulacan.
The 27-year old actress revealed that cooking as been her passion. "Mahilig kasi ako magluto," she says.
"Tapos nag-aral ako mag-bake sa sarili ko through books.
"Sabi ko, 'Bakit hindi ko mas palawakin yung mga alam ko sa ganyang bagay?'
"So gusto kong pumasok sa school. Hindi basta one-day lang, ha, gusto ko school talaga."
She prefers to undergo a full-time program than a crash course, which she can finish in a couple of days.
"Kasi doon sa school lahat ituturo nila, e. Kahit gusto ko o ayaw ko, lahat ng proseso nila ituturo nila sa'yo."
From proper food preparation to knife handling techniques and other kitchen skills; Marian is very eager to learn the ins and outs of cooking.
"Gusto ko kasing palawakin yung nalalaman ko.
"Kasi marami akong alam [na lutuin] pero wala akong alam na ibang twist na puwedeng gawin sa pagkain."