A week ago, I attended a Cooking Workshop by Yummy Magazine in partnership with KitchenAid. Kitchenaid is known for its legendary stand mixer introduced in 1919 and now offers a wide variety of kitchenware and appliances. The cooking workshop was conducted by the beautiful and a multi-awarded pastry chef, cooking TV show host, and owner of Fleur De Lys dessert café – Chef Jackie Ang-Po.
It was held at the prestigious Enderun Colleges in Bonifacio Global City. At the venue, we were welcomed with colorful food and KitchenAid appliances. We were given a chance to try out the and recipes prepared by Yummy Magazine that are made easy using KitchenAid appliances.
I tried making Mango Pearl Layers using the KitchenAid Food Chopper, Watermelon Fizz using KitchenAid 5-Speed Hand Blender (it would have been better if there was a shot of gin or vodka), and the Lemony Crabstick Dip using KitchenAid 13-cup Food Processor Chopping Disk.
At the workshop, Chef Jackie walked the participants through the processes of creating delectable recipes
- Grilled watermelon and mango Jicama salad with mango vinaigrette,
- Osso Buco
- Praline puff
- Yummy’s recipe Churros con coco cookie butter.
There was never a dull moment with Chef Jackie, she keeps the participants entertained with her cooking stories including her first experience with a KitchenAid appliance at her Tita’s place. She’s very natural just like every mom in a kitchen, her love for cooking spreads out in the entire kitchen and audience can already taste how good her dishes will be. We can see how she enjoys cooking and she makes it all look easy with KitchenAid as her, umm… aid.
I learned that using KitchenAid’s Slow Cooker is better than using a pressure cooker as the beef does not end up worn out or torn into bits, it maintains its shape making it look more appetizing.
“We’re very happy that our readers have made Yummy a part of their kitchen adventures,” said Trixie Mendoza, Managing Editor of Yummy Magazine. “We’re equally happy to partner with KitchenAid and Chef Jackie Ang-Po in sharing our passion for food and cooking with our loyal readers.”
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