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Wednesday, November 28, 2018


Last week, my blogger friend Dhess and I attended COOK Magazine's “Slumber Ball – A High Gloss Pajama Party”. For the past 8 years, COOK Magazine has been holding an annual Thanksgiving party for its advertisers, columnists and friends. And I heard, they conceptualized this year's theme to provide our guests with a relaxed and fun-filled atmosphere.

This is my first time to attend Cook's Party~ thanks to Marlon A. for including me in this year's list of invitees. The theme reflects the working environment at COOK - laid-back, filled with dreamy food and recipes, and lots of fun and laughter. While publishing a monthly magazine isn’t a walk in the park, 18 years in the industry is proof that when you do what you love, it won’t ever feel like work at all. 
Cook Magazine's Top 10 Advertiser for the year 2018
This yearly celebration of COOK is an opportunity for them to personally thank all their advertisers for their continued support through the years and the highlight of the evening is the awarding of all the top advertisers. 

Cook Magazine's Top 10 Advertiser for the year 2018
The Cook Magazine Team

It also gives the COOK team a chance to introduce themselves, along with our columnists and contributors – everyone involved in making COOK Magazine on what it has become up to this day. 

Lucky guests took home major prizes such as the Bosch Fully Automatic Espresso Machine, Whirlpool Refrigerator, Bosch Mum Kitchen Machine (All in one food processor and mixer), Bosch Universal Slicer, Tecnogas Oven, and two sets of a seven-piece induction cookware from Masflex. Other prizes raffled off included hotel accommodations, round trip ticket, gift certificates for buffets and spas, water filter, skin care products, and a whole lot more. 

11 Contestants for Cook's best in costume contest
As per tradition, guests wearing the most dazzling sleepwear had a fashion parade with a prize awarded to the one with the best outfit. Mayda Chua provided the night's entertainment by serenading the crowd. The event was hosted Choi Soriano and COOK Magazine's Advertising Manager Marlon Aldenese. 

Cook Magazine’s 18th anniversary and 8th Holiday Bash was held at House Manila. The Food was Superb which was provided and catered by Canadian Beef, Chefwix Catering, Cowboy Grill, Kitchen Seventy-One, Pedro ‘N Coi, Lydia’s Lechon, Aging’s Food Delight and Sweetilicious Homemade Goodies. Also, I will not be able to forget those awesome drinks that night from Lick Iced Tea, Illy booth, Gato Negro Wines and the Open Bar of House Manila. :)

1 comment:

  1. Wow. Iba talaga ang mga marunong mag Luto sana matuto rin ako.. Sana soon matuto rin ^_^ beautiful bloggers ^_^