LOOK: Chito Miranda's harvest from Neri’s vegetable garden | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Chito Miranda’s harvest from Neri’s vegetable garden

By: - Reporter
/ 05:15 PM May 29, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Parokya ni Edgar’s frontman Chito Miranda on Friday proudly showed off some of the harvest from the vegetable garden of his wife Neri Naig.

Miranda shared on Twitter a photo of the vegetables with their son Miggy.

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“Dami ko na namang ani! Tulad ng palagi kong sinasabi, ‘gardening is my game.’ Joke lang po ‘yun. Ani ni Neri ‘yan mula sa kanyang mini-garden.

Nakikikain lang ako hehe! (I have harvested a lot again! Like I always say, gardening is my game. That’s only a joke. That’s the harvest from Neri’s mini garden. Eating is my only contribution),” the rockstar said in the caption of his tweet.

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In an earlier vlog, the OPM icon also gave a tour of Neri’s mini garden and showed how he makes a farm-to-table salad using his wife’s home-grown vegetables.

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