In Season 1, Mary, the title character, just got married to Mark, and she’s getting used to life as a housewife. She uses cooking as a way to bond with her mother-in-law, Carrie, who Mary’s initially intimidated by. Unlike the stereotypical monster-in-law, though, Carrie is actually quite helpful and sweet, even giving Mary some pointers on how to set up a table for Mary and Mark’s Valentine’s dinner.
In Season 2, Mary agrees to move from their enormous dream house to a smaller place, so that husband Mark can live closer to where he works. At this stage, they’re about a year into their marriage and they seem to be fighting a lot. And, for some unknown reason, Mary still hasn’t learned to lock her door.
There are ten episodes this season. We’ll finally meet the work-obsessed Mark, plus a few other family members. Will the couple’s fighting get worse, or will “makeup snacks” help patch things up? Watch all of Season 1 and episode 1 of Season 2 on YouTube. Just look for “Carnation PH”. Some to watch out for this season are Creamy Beef Salpicao, Lemon Chicken Spinach Fettuccine, and Salted Caramel Brownies.
To our beloved homemakers out there, you can get some fun recipes and interesting housekeeping tips from www.facebook.com/mycarnation.ph.
Read Mary’s blog on www.mycarnation.ph. There are also a variety of recipes available on the site from Mary’s Cooking Kumares, Regine Tolentino and Chef Mitchie Sison.
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