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Being the oldest monthly culinary magazine in the Philippines, Cook Magazine continues to evolve and adapt to the interests and demands of our readers and supporters. We at Cook Magazine pride ourselves with providing our readers and advertisers practical, kitchen-tested recipes from our country’s top chefs and food experts, local and international dining destinations and food-related features and event partnerships. We look forward to leading the way in sharing our love of food for years to come.
November is normally one of our busiest months. Every year, for the past seven years, we’ve been holding our thanksgiving party, the Cook Holiday Bash. Like us, a lot of companies and groups schedule parties during this time and while most of these dinner parties are catered, there may be times when you’ll need to bring something you cooked. An even more daunting situation is if you need to host the dinner yourself. Planning for a dinner party can either be the most stressful thing or a breeze. Your menu will dictate how much you can prepare and cook ahead and how busy and frantic you’ll be just before or even during your party. Choose your dishes well. Pick some dishes than can be eaten cold, some that you can easily reheat, and some that you can prepare ahead then just finish the day itself. There is nothing worse than a party where the host is nowhere to be seen only to find him/her slaving away in the kitchen. In this issue, we provide a few suggestions on what to cook for those potluck dinners. Even our Korean friends Rachel Choi and Britney Kang, chime in and share their favorite recipes which can make for unique and spicy potluck dishes. This month, we also start our food park series. We’ll be trying a few food parks and share with you, our readers what we liked. The first in this series is Southern Grind in Quezon City. A Cajun and Southern U.S.-inspired food outlet, Southern Grind is the place for tasty Po’boys, smoky ribs and Jambalaya. We’ve got these and so much more in store for you this month. Enjoy the parties, plan your menus and get Cooking!