On February 24, Olive TV's 'Everyone's Kitchen' (also 'Kitchen For All') aired its first episode since becoming a regular weekend program!
After successfully boasting her surprising cooking skills on the pilot episode with her grandmother's recipe of Japanese dish oyakodon, IZ*ONE's Miyawaki Sakura decided to challenge on a classic Korean dish as her 2nd dish on 'Everyone's Kitchen' - budae jjigae (army stew). Sakura put her own twist to the Korean style budae jjigae by adding Japanese ingredients like harusame noodles, kirimochi, and octopus sausages. Check out Sakura's first attempt at cooking a Korean dish in the clips above and below!
SF9's Chani, making a guest appearance on 'Everyone's Kitchen' for the first time, also stepped his feet into the kitchen for the very first time for the cooking program. Aided by sous-chef Kwanghee, Chani prepared a simple, yet difficult Korean side dish - Korean egg rolls.
Even though Chani caused some laughter with his skill(?) of cracking eggs by forcing his fingernails into the shells, the idol managed to cook his first ever dish in his life pretty well, Watch below!
Also during this episode, Kwanghee revealed that he was actually close acquaintances with Chani's mother; however, when Kwanghee phoned Chani's mother, Chani's mother did not elaborate on how she got to know Kwanghee.
Meanwhile, Miyawaki Sakura will be taking a break due to her other schedules from 'Everyone's Kitchen' next week; instead, two new faces including actress Kim Jung Nan and SHINee's Taemin will visit the shared kitchen and dining space.