Marvin Agustin on his love for cooking



Actor-restaurateur Marvin Agustin on his love for cooking: “While growing up, I would always see my parents cooking in the kitchen. It was something they enjoyed doing together. Chores were equally divided among us kids. One was tasked to clean the house, another to wash plates, and another to buy groceries. I, on the other hand, was the official tiga-saing. I’ve been interested in cooking since I was 6.” Marinel R. Cruz

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  • mike

    Tigasin ka pala Marvin.

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