Flipping through the pages, of FOOD Magazine inspired me to get back into cooking, been a bum lately (well I don’t cook for a lot of people at home). I kinda made a promise to myself this year to atleast make one dish in a month but due to my hectic schedule, – it’s just finding time. Juggling with my career, gym, events and blogs. Well cooking ain’t my forte, more of eating haha.
Food magazine is available at any local bookstore and magazine stands, for just P120. Issue 2 focuses obviously on Filipino cuisine, it came with a 4 week menu guide and featuring the happenings at the recent Madrid Fusion Manila. It also highlighted fish recipes, since my dietary preference for now is more on fish. It doesn’t only feature recipes but also the hippest place to eat that embraces traditional or modern versions of Pinoy cuisines to visit and dine for.
April 4, 2016 SM North, The Block.
ABS-CBN Publishing’s Food Magazine is back with fresh ideas for summer picnics with an afternoon of cooking demos with top culinary experts on April 3, Sunday at The Block, SM City North Edsa.
Now on its fourth leg, “Food Tastings” is a series of free cooking classes for kitchen-savvy people and food lovers who are hungry not just for delicious food but for learning as well.
Taking you behind the scenes with your favorite food authorities are Chef Johnlu Koa of The French Baker (I got to know that the French Baker is the only one in the country that makes sour dough bread and a tip in plating, putting veggies at the sides makes the platter look expensive), Portia Baluyut of Lifestyle Network, Chef Tatung Sarthou, and many more who will explore recipes perfect for summer picnics.
In celebration of Food Magazine’s 20th anniversary, “Food Tastings” is presented by Food Magazine and Lifestyle Network.