The management & staff of COOK Magazine hosted an early holiday bash to thank their advertisers, friends, partners and all categories, perhaps the biggest bulk of the selections have been sweets—fine candy, artisan chocolates, cookies, brownies and desserts.
In reply to the shifting market and consumer needs, the new COOK Content looks at the future of food and its role in pop culture.
Food editor Chef Danny De la Cuesta
those who rallied behind the magazine this year. Continue reading
Lechón is a popular food in the Philippines, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, other Spanish-speaking nations in Latin America, and Spain. The dish features a whole roasted pig cooked over charcoal. Additionally, it is a national dish of the Philippines, and Puerto Rico.
Time Magazine named the Philippines as the place to get the “best pig” in 2009 and the famous and irreverent chef, writer and TV host Anthony Bourdain declared that the lechon he tried in Cebu in 2009 was “the best pig, ever.” Continue reading
With the popularity of Korean food steadily rising, I have been finding myself craving for it constantly. With their abundant servings of their appetizers/side dishes, Korean food is truly worth spending the money for.
Koreans love this restaurant and that’s always a good sign. If you’ve been watching Korean television shows you will notice that there’s always a scene where the characters are seen eating with the use of flat stainless steel chopsticks. Here at Core Biwon we got the opportunity to try out these chopsticks. Its a bit heavy so its really the real deal. Continue reading
I really thought I’ve tasted the good Inasal Restaurants in Manila. It turns out that I’ve tasted the good ones but the great ones are hidden and have yet to be discovered. I thought I was out of my mind to accept an invitation in a place that I really dread which is Fairview. I dread it because the travel time is long and the traffic can be sometimes be dreadful as well. But it was a Saturday and I figured why not? I decided to just go for it.
Industry leader Knorr and its endorser Chef Marvin Agustin continue to be sources of inspiration
to Filipino families, especially the moms. With this partnership of two of the respected names in
the food industry, expect only a continuous enriching of the Filipino family’s dining experience via
a host of new projects, products, and recipes. Continue reading
Filipinos need not fret if they crave great tasting Mexican dishes as Baja Mexican Cantina, which got its name from Baja Mexico, will reinvent the saying “bringing spice to your life”. Indulge in the Mexican craze with Baja Mexican Cantina’s fiery dishes; Serving authentic Mexican food such as nachos, tacos, burritos and quesadillas, this restaurant will fill your mouth with flavors spicing up your usual gastronomic experience! Continue reading
Everyone has a Toblerone memory — that “stateside” gift you received as a child, the “courtship chocolate” you got in high school, the giveaways you gave to your nephews. It is a treat that lends itself sweetly to the giver’s sentiments.
Hong Kong Roast started out as a side business for Mary Chan who was inspired by her travels and gustatory adventures abroad. Featured in the Hong Kong Roast menu are favorite local dishes from Hong Kong. Mary recreated these dishes to provide a pocket of sincere, casual Chinese dining in the middle of busy, impersonal Makati.
Café in the Park offers you a Feast to the Senses this is open daily from 5:30 AM to 1:00 AM.It is graced by themed restaurants to choose from, Century Tsujuki, Deli Snack Bar, Atrium Lounge, Palm Grove, Top of the Century and Cafe in the Park.
Cafe in the Park serves an indulging meal that is both Filipino and continental. Serving a wide selection of breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets plus equally mouthwatering a la carte menu. For the month of November they are offering this promotion:
This is a great place to be in very accessible to the mall and I had no problem asking for aa rechargeable batteries as everyone was willing to help