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‘Food Prints’ season 6 to visit Leyte, Japan and Canada

/ 10:05 AM October 07, 2018

Foodies are in for a treat as culinary royalty Chef Sandy Daza brings the sixth season of ‘Food Prints’ to Leyte, Japan and Canada.

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Premiering on Monday, Oct. 8, on Metro Channel, Chef Sandy uncovers mouthwatering lechon and authentic Singaporean bites in Ormoc, Leyte. He also visits the Queen Pineapple and the beautiful Lake Danaoa.

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‘Food Prints’ is also set to take the viewers to the land of the rising sun as Chef Sandy takes 14 foodies with him on a Japan food tour.

Their tour will start in Fukuoka to try its famous pork broth ramen, mini gyoza’s, and the freshest seafood.

They are also set to visit Hiroshima for some seriously spicy ramen and the juiciest, plumpest oysters. An A5 superior Kobe beef dinner in Osaka will, then, cap off the Japan tour.

Canada will be Chef Sandy’s next stop to meet next generation chefs who are creating their own names by making new and bold dishes from local ingredients.

He also takes viewers to Alberta to indulge the best of Canada beef and see how cattle are raised. The chef will also explore breathtaking Lake Louise and try various juicy steaks along the way.

Chef Sandy is a food writer and host of the popular “Casa Daza” show on Metro Channel. He also owns the successful Casa Daza and Wooden Spoon restaurants. /cbb

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