Cook&Dine

Strawberries and cream

There are food pairings that have stood the test of time, and for good reason. These classic combinations are well-loved either for their complimentary properties or their contrast. Think chocolate and mint, honey and lemon, caramel and salt, banana and brown sugar, and...

12 Days of Christmas Punch

One of my favorite drinks to have is a bloody mary because it’s one of the drinks that you can drink at all times of the day. I remember having a bloody mary with brunch because it has a savory flavor profile that’s...

Four French hands at Dusit

Collaborations are opportunities to exchange knowledge, to widen one’s view and to share the limelight. While creative collaborations usually involve contrasting styles and backgrounds, a partnership between two of the most prominent French chefs in the country can only mean one thing—a meal...

Weekend Recipes

Christmas ham This is my version of what looks like a Finnish Christmas Ham. While the addition of mustard and bread crumbs are from Finland, any cooked ham would do. To add a bit of sweetness (which Filipinos, including myself, love), I cooked and...

COOK Magazine marks 18th Year with a Slumber Ball

For the past eight years, COOK Magazine has been holding an annual thanksgiving party for its advertisers, columnists and friends. This year’s celebration, “Slumber Ball—A High Gloss Pajama Party,” was conceptualized by the COOK team to provide our guests with a relaxed and...

Ultimate Taste Test Masters Edition

For anyone remotely interested in food and restaurants, you’d have to be living under a rock for you to not have heard of Anton Diaz. One of the first to popularize the medium and arguably the most influential, Anton has made blogging a...

Roasted ‘maya-maya’ with roasted vegetable salad

Roasted ‘Maya-maya’ Ingredients: 1 kg    Maya-maya, cleaned and gutted 1 pc    lemon, sliced 100 g    fish stock 1 head    garlic, cut in half 20 g    shallots, sliced 2 sprigs    tarragon 2 sprigs    dill 2 sprigs    parsley 50 g    butter 50 g    olive oil salt and pepper to taste   procedure: Cut four bias cuts on both sides...

Ham preparation made easy

Christmas is just around the corner, and ham will always be the table centerpiece in gatherings. Don’t let ham preparation intimidate and prevent you from having a standout offering without the fuss. Basic baked ham is easy even for a newbie. Just follow...
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