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It seems that we’ve been in a “food craze” for the better part of a decade. Hundreds of restaurants have been opening yearly that it’s now impossible to keep track of what’s new. Most of us hear or see about new places mostly through social media. Whichever restaurants are making a buzz among foodie friends is where we’ll head to next. As someone who works in the food media, I often get invited to launches. While this means I get to try the newest places for free, nothing beats word of mouth from those I respect in the food world. It’s “-ber” months once again, and aside from new restaurants, foodies like me look forward to new offerings from home-based chefs on social media. Entrepreneurs big and small tap this growing online market and some are quite successful at it. With the convenience brought about by new courier companies like Lalamove, Transportify and the like, you can now order from anyone and anywhere in Metro Manila and expect your goods in about an hour. The charges are very reasonable, too, much cheaper and quicker than going out and picking up goods yourself. If you’re the one selling food, you now have delivery people on demand, eliminating the need to hire a messenger or to personally deliver your products. This month, our chef-contributors share their favorite easy Asian dishes. Without specifying any specific cuisine, they all ended up submitting Chinese-inspired recipes. I don’t think this was a coincidence, since among all the foreign cuisines, we probably have adopted and adapted to Chinese cookery the most. A lot of our pantry staples and spices have Chinese influence. In this issue, I also share about a unique event I was fortunate enough to get invited to—Who’s Cooking. The event was a gathering of the country’s top chefs and caterers, a collaboration that resulted in some amazing food. Easy recipes, food and travel articles and much more, this month and in every issue of COOK Magazine!

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