How about a family date this week?

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The heartwarming campaign of Del Monte Tomato Sauce highlights the unbeatable bonding of family over food.

It’s called Come Home to Mom’s Cooking, and its website features nanay’s hard-to-forget recipes. CLICK HERE.


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Food knows no bounds.

Even the stars who have bodies to die for won’t argue when we say, “Masarap kumain…”

This explains why the demand for culinary schools has increased tremendously— a lot of Pinoys want to try their hand at cooking.

And though fancy restaurants and fast food chains abound, nothing beats the “lutong bahay.”

It’s what brings the family together.

It’s what keeps the conversation around the dinner table flowing.

It’s what makes the moment worth cherishing.

The latest campaign Come Home To Mom’s Cooking of Del Monte Tomato Sauce underscores a worldwide tradition that’s becoming more of a privilege these days.


Because of gadgets, some people think that every one is just a few clicks away.

Because times are harder, more time is spent at work.

Because life outside home has gotten busier, food is now a mere part of our daily routine.

But don’t you sometimes crave for a classic caldereta? Or miss your mom cooking her specialty, classic morcon, or surprising you with a new twist on a family favorite— Pork Sinigang with Tomato Sauce?

Don’t you wish to have a gastronomic adventure with your family at least once a week— like, try cooking chili shrimps in your kitchen?

Bring home family date nights.

It’s just once a week.

It’s just a click away— should you need help with the recipes. (HERE'S THE LINK)

Come Home to Del Monte.


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