Yummy kicked off 2016 with a fresh new look for the magazine: we provided more mouth-watering images and fun content to our readers who turn to us for recipes and valuable kitchen lessons. We’ve also revamped the website in June 2016, giving it a fresh new look. The online experience is also better: the improved SEARCH function makes searching for content and recipes easier. Now, readers can access easy-to-follow recipes, videos, and interesting food stories—all with just one click or a swipe on their mobile.
Online since 2009, Yummy.ph now houses a 4,000-strong database of easy recipes, plus fun video tutorials, and food stories. The revamped website also allows readers to join in on the fun: they can share their own recipes with the rest of the Yummy community via the SUBMIT RECIPE function.
The new Yummy.ph was launched in an exclusive cooking workshop conducted by Chef Mira Angeles, one of Yummy Magazine’s contributors and the owner of Miradips (spreads and salad dressings) and Spell Kitchen. The workshop, held on August 3, 2016 at Back Of the House in Quezon City, also gave food blogger attendees the chance to submit recipes and re-create some of the Yummy.ph recipes for themselves, proving that Yummy recipes are easy to do and easy to follow. Check out the snaps from the intimate and fun cooking workshop:
Yummy Magazine editor-in-chief Paulynn Chang-Afable welcomes everyone to the Yummy.ph launch and cooking workshop.
Yummy.ph managing editor Trixie Zabal-Mendoza introduces the new features of the website.
Guests try out an easy recipe by following a fun video on chicken wings.
Chicken wings, three ways!
Yummy magazine associate editor Idge Mendiola and intern Alyssa Guerra make their own batch of chicken wings.
Guests also tried making Pinoy elote, a recipe of blogger Sabrina Go.
From left to right: Lucky Alabado of discovermnl.com, Cy Ynares of thebaldbaker.ph, Hazel Dizon of twicecookedadobo.com, Sabrina Go of sinfullysabrina.com, and Alexis Deocaris of ForkSpoonManila.