As the country’s best-selling food magazine celebrates its 10th birthday, Yummy magazine treats their loyal readers to a special collector’s edition filled with extra special recipes from the Yummy family, nifty kitchen tips and tools, restaurant recommendations, and a tribute to the champions of the Filipino food industry.

First launched as a supplement in 2007, Yummy is now the country’s number one food magazine, with over 4 million fans on Facebook, 130,000 followers on Instagram, and 3.8 million page views on their website. In the past 10 years, Yummy has produced 10 cookbooks, launched Yummy Eats and Yummy Big Baon Blowout—two of the biggest cooking and eating fairs in the country—and published 112 issues. There is no doubt that Yummy magazine will continue to inspire readers to become better cooks for years to come.

Yummy’s March issue gives readers 45 of the best party recipes ever (from international dishes to the editors’ heirloom recipes), 15 tried-and-tested kitchen hacks, the Yummy staff’s all-time favorite restaurant recommendations, and a special feature on the pillars of the local culinary scene.

Opening the March issue is a special note from Paulynn Chang Afable, editor-in-chief of Yummy magazine,“This issue is our love letter to you, for showing us the love every month. Thank you for picking up the magazine and the Yummy books, for trying the recipes and telling us about your experiences. Thank you for logging on to and sharing our recipes with your friends. Thank you for joining us at Yummy Eats and sampling some of the best bites in town. Thank you for signing up for our cooking demos and devoting your precious time to learn from us. If not for you guys, we wouldn’t be where we are today. ”

For more information about Yummy magazine and to get more recipe ideas, visit; like Yummy on Facebook @yummymagazine; and follow Yummy on Instagram/Twitter @yummyph. Yummy magazine is available in supermarkets, bookstores, and convenience stores, and on newsstands nationwide. The digital edition of Yummy magazine is also available for download through Apple Newsstand, Buqo, and Zinio.