Real Talk With Eniivy, a POP Central TV talk show hosted by Actress and TV host, Eniola ‘Eniivy’ Omoniyi has concluded the first season of the show with a total of 13 thought-provoking episodes.
The Show which usually airs at 9:00pm every Sunday on POP Central TV (DSTV Channel 189), boasts of a dynamic array of guests; ranging from industry professionals and experts, to entertainers, political enthusiasts, media moguls, entrepreneurs, sportsmen, creatives and even students – giving insights and real experiences to topics and issues that have sparked national discussions and are deemed very important to our society.
A segment of the show which has fast become viewers favorite is the Food For Thought segment. It is a segment of the show which has been positioned as a platform for rising stars in the food retail business to showcase their culinary skills with mouthwatering intercontinental and indigenous dishes, while having the guests on the show score them based on their meal preparation and presentation skills.
Since its inception, Real Talk With Eniivy has helped a total of 8 Chefs/Caterers showcase their meals to the world, in exchange for honest reviews from the host and guests on the show. In this regard, the season finale of the show was however designed to crown the best Chef/Caterer of the season by inviting the top 2 highest rated Chef/Caterer for the season to go head to head for a Final Showdown.
The Chef battle which saw the duo of Chef Edak Edo-Ukpong prepare an intercontinental dish she called ‘Seafood Fra Diavolo’, and a student caterer by name, Irene Odufuwa of Vee’s Kitchen, prepare a meal of ‘Seafood Okra and Eba’. The battle unexpectedly ended in a tie, leaving the host and guests on the show lost for words; however, after being asked to do a 30-second sales pitch each on Self Empowerment, Irene Odufuwa emerged winner of the battle and claimed the ‘Chef of the Season’ award, making Chef Edak a runner-up.
Both contestants were awarded gifts, courtesy of the host and POP Central TV. The host, Eniivy has been able to reach into her bag of talents to create a masterpiece where she channels her charisma and upbeat characteristics into building a learning and benefiting platform where knowledge and growth can be much more entertaining for all demography. She is definitely going to be a pioneer for a much needed new age of TV shows.