It all started with a simple "you should attend our event" which was followed by the actual invitation. Since FM wasn't free, I asked my younger bother to be my date for this party since he was also into food.
We arrived at F1 Hotel half past 6 and registered for the raffle. Who knows? We could win right? We didn't.
We also posed for the photobooth because I am such a lover of photos and besides, it was a magnet photo and you know how I am about magnets.
The management and staff of COOK Magazine hosted an early holiday bash to thank their advertisers, friends, partners, and all those who rallied behind the magazine. Since starting in 2000, COOK has aimed to recognize the difference between restaurant food and home cooked magazine. Now celebrating its 12th year in the industry, COOK continues to connect foodies by including recipes and articles made for and by food lovers.
|with my little brother|
Food editor Chef Danny De La Cuesta is about to make new changes to the way COOK's content will be. It will not only focus on food but also in its role in pop culture. In 2013, expect COOK to not only have articles for foodies but to also include artisanal and small production consumer items that readers might not have discovered on their own plus information on how to use them to make everyday dining and entertaining easier and more exciting.
COOK promises to be the only consumer publication that will review best brands of foods, restaurants, and beverages in every category.
|with Chef Danny de la Cuesta|
|with Cook Magazine’s Advertising Manager Marlon A. Aldenes|
Thank you once again COOK Magazine for this great event. I'm sure there will be more to come and I cannot wait to see how you will reinvent yourself.