Blog Posts - Comfort Food



Blake’s Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie

I absolutely love these Blake’s Chicken Pot Pies. OMG so good. I have eaten them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (not in the same day, but I absolutely would…). You can tell that it is all natural and it really does taste homemade. What...
by Gluten-Free Gusto on Dec 8, 2016

Blake’s Gluten-Free Shepherd’s Pie

Blake’s wins the gluten-free comfort food crown as far as I’m concerned. Their chicken pot pie (which I review later) is amazing, and their shepherd’s pie is hearty, delicious, and oh-so satisfying. Each forkful is loaded with savor...
by Gluten-Free Gusto on Dec 2, 2016

Doña Elena Olive Oil x 49B Heirloom Kitchen Festive Flavors Holiday Menu and Promo

Doña Elena, the proudly homegrown and leading olive oil brand in the country, recently partnered up with loyal client and longtime Doña Elena user, 49-B Heirloom Kitchen, to come up with a festive holiday menu using various Doña Elena products.Che...
by Itsberyllicious on Nov 24, 2016

13 Ubay St. Comfort Dining- Menu Relaunch and New Heirloom Recipes

Remember the restaurant owned by Yna Macaspac of ABS-CBN's teleserye Pangako Sa'yo? 13 Ubay St. Comfort Dining was actually the film location of the famous "KusYna". The restaurant is just minutes away from our office, but it was only last week that...
by Itsberyllicious on Nov 22, 2016

Crockpot Irish Beef Stew

The best thing about living around the corner from friends is getting free dinner. Okay, there are other benefits to living close to each other too...but really...that food though. My friends Ericka and Cornelius are THAT couple who you always want t...
by Girls Gone Food on Aug 10, 2016

Recipe: The Ultimate Cherry Crumble

Cherries are still such a seasonal indulgence, so we have another recipe for you this week.  Cherries don't keep well, but you can get away with pitting and freezing some now to make this crumble later in the year.  Oh and don't forget to m...
by Attachment Mummy on Jul 13, 2016

Vegan Food Workshop at Swissotel and Recipe of Quinoa Soup

I was a bit skeptical before attending the Vegan food workshop organized by the Swissotel given I am not somebody who knows or cares about vegan food a much! I am a typical foodie in love with my portion of non-veg and selected lactose induced food a...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 30, 2016

A Flying Saucer in Silay City

Did you know that there is a flying saucer in Silay City?No?Well, there is one, but it's not the extra-terrestrial kind.I am talking about El Ideal's Bakery and Refreshment's grilled cheese sandwich, which was aptly named flying saucer simply because...
by My Silay Heritage on Jun 27, 2016

Sweet cheese pancakes

Pancakes filled with sweet quark cheese are my childhood taste. As weird as it may sound, most Poles would've eaten this for lunch, probably on a Friday when we'd go meat-free.They're usually made with quark cheese - in Polish it's twaróg or ser bia...
by Halal Mama on Jun 20, 2016

Discover the Best of The West in Banawe- Chef Robert and Love Desserts Buffet

While I am no Makati/Ortigas girl who works around the bustling central business districts, and having tons of new restaurants to choose from, there are also some perks of working around the Banawe area in Quezon City. Aside from saving a lot of trav...
by Itsberyllicious on Jun 16, 2016

Recipe: Watercress and Mushroom Sliders #vegetarian

With the weather taking a turn for the worse, we may be back inside but we can still embrace summer eating.  These yummy mushroom burgers are satisfying enough for meat eaters, but the zingy marinade and watercress add a summery twist, while the...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 15, 2016

Chelsea Kitchen Megamall

Despite some few rain showers we are experiencing, It's not too late to have your own dose of summer. The summer heat is still inevitable specially in the afternoon. Of course, the humid heat is prominent in our tropical country, but it is excruciati...
by Be Carol on Jun 14, 2016

Winter Warming: Apricot, Prune & Orange Compote

  I have been cringing and waiting for the cold weather to hit our part of the world. I hate the cold and winter! We always have a bout of cold weather at least by May in South East Queensland but for some reason, the last month of Autumn has been...
by The Whimsical Wife on Jun 6, 2016

Casa Italia Cafe: Italian Comfort Food & Gelato at SM The Block

Being a northie, it's no surprise that SM North EDSA and TriNoma have already become my second home. Throughout the years though, I've gone a little bored with the restaurants and shops housed in these malls. Blame my monthly, sometimes even weekly,...
by The Purple Doll on May 16, 2016

Blue Rocket Cafe + Kitchen: Coffee & Comfort Food in Quezon City

Cafes have always been my happy place. Most of my favorite ones are cozy and even serve good food and coffee. But there's a better feeling that beats my actual cafe visitations -- discovering new cafe gems.It was already pretty late one Saturday nigh...
by The Purple Doll on May 11, 2016

Apricot Jam

What do you pack when you’re an expat at the end of your vacation back home and you’re […]...
by Chef in disguise on Apr 27, 2016

Recipe: Curried Beetroot and Lentil Shepherd’s Pie #vegan

Still a bit too chilly for you?  Apparently Lancashire saw snow over the weekend, so as tempting as it is to start the salad and al fresco recipes, we've got a bit of a comfort food one for you this week.  And of course, as the weather does...
by Attachment Mummy on Apr 13, 2016

Cauliflower & potato curry puffs

Cousins with an Indian samosa and Spanish empanada these curry puffs are all things right in the world. Crispy buttery pastry encases spiced fluffy potatoes and tender cauliflower. Peas are just the little green you need. Be warned you...
by Feed the People on Mar 5, 2016

Arroz Atollado Colombiano (Colombian-Style Pork Risotto)

Plain boiled rice is eaten by most people in Colombia every day, but for entertaining, a more interesting rice dish is often served. Arroz Atollado is a typical dish from the Colombian region “Valle del Cauca” . Some people add chorizo or longani...
by My Colombian Recipes on Feb 27, 2016

Lengua en Salsa Criolla (Colombian-Style Tongue with Creole Sauce)

Lengua en Salsa Criolla is a dish that I’ve wanted to make for some time but wasn’t able to find cow’s tongue in my local grocery. When Rumba meats asked me to make a recipe using their product, I knew I had to make this traditional Colombi...
by My Colombian Recipes on Feb 24, 2016


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