Come Join Yummy Eats Baon Blowout 2016!

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It’s almost school time again! Waaa! Time to prepare baon again!

Fret not though because this year’s most awaited annual food fair from Yummy Magazine, Yummy Eats Baon Blowout is happening this Saturday, June 4, 2016!  Yummy Magazine, the country’s number 1 food magazine in the country, will give everyone a delightful whole-day food affair with 35 Yummy-approved concessionaires at Glorietta Activity Center from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

“Yummy Big Baon Blowout is a great opportunity for everyone to learn hands-on fuss-free food preparation and packing for school or work. This event is not only for students, although we timed it before school starts,” said Paulynn Chang-Afable, Editor-in-Chief of Yummy magazine. “A lot of people really enjoy eating and preparing food, so we decided to make this baon blowout a big event that caters to all moms, yuppies and adults.”

What to Expect

  • Fun and easy baon ideas
  • Products perfect for baon
  • Baon-making workshops
  • Cooking and food preparation tips from special guest chefs

Tickets

  • You may purchase your ticket online at http://www.yummy.ph/yummyeats/ or at the event venue
  • Price is at P180 pesos per head; P500 pesos for a group of 3; and P700 pesos for a group of 5.

Sponsors

  • Major Sponsor Milo
  • Minor Sponsors Daiso, Petron and Goldilocks
  • Special thanks to Uni-Pak, Fujidenzo, Technogas, and Whirlpool.

Yummy Eats Baon Blowout 2016

For more information about Yummy Magazine, visit http://www.yummy.ph/; follow Yummy on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/yummymagazine, and on Instagram and Twitter @yummyph. Yummy Magazine is available on newsstands and in bookstores, convenience stores, and supermarkets nationwide. A digital edition of Yummy Magazine is also available for download through Apple Newsstand, Buqo, and Zinio.

18 thoughts on “Come Join Yummy Eats Baon Blowout 2016!

  1. Aww, sayang we have other plans this Saturday. I haven’t attended any Yummy events pero mukhang interesting lagi and sulit sa fee.

  2. I personally plan our weekly menus at home and sometimes I’m at a loss at what to prepare! Thinking of having to prepare baons too makes me anxious already. Haha! Great that we have events like this one to help us so we don’t run out of ideas : )

  3. It’s a great activity to attend to. It’s just really far from my place. I wish it could happen outside NCR. haha =) This is a great way to encourage moms to prepare baons for kids. I need this one too. Often times, I try to search for baon ideas on the net. haha

  4. My daughter and I went to this Yummy Eats Baon Blowout event and we had tons of fun. Special thanks to Daiso for the invitation. We love the bento-making portion, and discovered a lot of new food vendors. Yummy eats indeed!

  5. Too bad, my youngest was sick kaya we weren’t able to drop by. Thinking of taking my baon making skills to a new level pa naman sana this school year.

  6. That sounds like a fun event! My tot is a picky eater and his meals revolve around fried chicken, fried fish, bread, raisins. Ayaw nya ng moist na food except spaghetti. Now that he’s going to school, I have to think of snacks that will be healthy for him yet something that he’d like. What are sample baons they featured in this event?

  7. Sayang talaga. I believe this is something I should attend to give me ideas on what to put inside my boys’ lunchbox. Ihope there will be another one, and within QC sana.

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