Hollandia Evap Milk partners Mercy Johnson-Okojie

They say practice makes perfect, and that is certainly true when it comes to cooking. Cooking meals at home alone or with your family and friends on a regular basis will help refine your skills and offer an opportunity to indulge in exciting meals. In view of this, families can look forward to a return for the second season of  Mercy’s Menu, an online reality cooking show hosted by versatile actress Mercy Johnson-Okojie in partnership with leading evaporated milk brand, Hollandia Evap Milk.

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The show which premiered on August 12, will feature exclusive content for audiences, including quick, easy, exciting meal recipes and helpful cooking tips in 8 weekly episodes. The Mercy Menu show promises to be lots of fun to watch and will feature her intimate experience of cooking with some of your favourite celebrities as guests, including Maryam Apaokagi (popularly known as Taaooma), Funke Akindele Bello and Mary Remmy Njoku. It will be aired on Mercy Johnson-Okojie and Hollandia Evap Milk’s Facebook, Instagram and YouTube pages every Thursday. Three viewers will have the opportunity to win exciting prizes every week through participation in a special social media trivia contest highlighted during the show.

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Mercy’s Menu is designed to enhance Hollandia Evap Milk’s bond with consumers by inspiring them with exciting meal recipes for their everyday lifestyle. It is also a platform to reiterate Hollandia Evap Milk’s nurturing and nourishing health benefits to every member of the family.

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