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Yummy Eats 2013: A feast you don’t want to miss!50 of the best of homegrown culinary talents, prizes and more during this year’s Yummy Eats.
YUMMY Eats, YUMMY magazine’s most anticipated eating and cooking fair is back! Now on its third year, it showcases upcoming food establishments and home bakers specially handpicked by the YUMMY editorial team such as Mad Meats Bacon, Backyard Burger, Gawad Kalinga, and Chez Karine. Expect to see Yummy favorites like Mochiko, Pepita’s Lecon, Pino and many more!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
“This year, we have a really great mix of home bakers, artisans, chefs, and food entrepreneurs,” says Yummy editor-in-chief, Liezl Yap. “We have a special emphasis on proudly homegrown products as well. One of the things I’m most excited about is Theo & Philo’s adobo milk chocolate with soy sauce and black pepper. I can’t wait to try this new flavor!”CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Happening on May 18, Saturday, at the NBC Tent Bonifacio Global City from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., YUMMY Eats is a day of non-stop eating as you get to sample food from all 50 food booths. Whether you are looking for something sweet, savory, or local favorites, YUMMY Eats will surely satisfy your cravings.
In addition, there would also be a series of fun cooking demos, cook-offs and raffle draws. “We’ll be having an Instagram contest that day, too!” adds Yap. “I think part of what makes Yummy Eats great is that it supports local businesses and Filipino creativity. In terms of the quality of produce and the variety of restaurant concepts, Manila’s food scene has never been this exciting. It’s great to walk around and be inspired by what other people are making and cooking.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Admission to YUMMY Eats is only P 200. You can also bring your copy of YUMMY magazine's May issue for a discounted entrance fee of P 150! Don’t miss this year’s biggest food gathering by reserving and paying online via http://www.yummy.ph/yummyeats!
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