Being the oldest monthly culinary magazine in the Philippines, Cook Magazine continues to evolve and adapt to the interests and demands of our readers and supporters. Going beyond print, Cook Magazine has added other media in trying to reach more food lovers. Having a regular radio program, HomeCook sa DWIZ 882 Khz, partnering with and mounting events and trade shows, partnering with cooking shows like Cook Eat Right, UNTV Channel and now, through our improved website cook magazine.ph, we hope to expand our reach. On print, we continually work to improve and update the aesthetics of the magazine to attract a broader readership. Not only we are targeting traditional audiences like moms and home-cooks, but business professionals, food enthusiasts, chefs and the young ones as well including student chefs who are steadily increasing in number and may well be the most in demand course nowadays.