Regine Shows Off Culinary Skills In Her First Cooking Show

Asia's songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid combines the singer, host and chef in her via her new cooking show, "Sarap Diva," where she shares not only her zest for culinary but also her love for music and family.

The songbird confessed that cooking for her family has become one of the things she enjoys the most and even referred to it as a way to de-stress. "Mas sinisipag ako magluto kapag stressed ako," she added.

Making the program extra special is the participation of Regine and Ogie's son Nathaniel James a.k.a. baby Nate and their pet dog, George by means of virtual animation.

The singer-host-actress-turned-cook also recalled the Alcasids' trip to Singapore last month wherein baby Nate finally met his step-sisters Leila and Sarah, Ogie's daughters by ex-wife Michelle Van Eimeren.

Regine recollected how the two girls adore baby Nate and how thrilled they were to spend time with their step-brother.

Her journey as a mom continues in her latest TV project where she hopes to form a bond with her celebrity guests and viewers through delectable dishes and interesting stories about their lives, careers and families.

"Sarap Diva" airs every Saturday at 10:45 a.m. before "Eat Bulaga" on GMA. (Harrah Alyssa B. Durana and Germaine H. Escolano)

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