Comfort Food

There’s something about being away from home (and cold!)  that certainly brings on a craving for the familiar and simple fare our Pinoy palate has been accustomed to.

What better way to combat the dreaded homesickness than these…

Yes, “the Bee” has finally found his way to our part of the world – yipee! 😆  And check out the buzz his arrival has created!

Now, we don’t need to go back to Manila to have our “langhap-sarap” fix!  Be it Chickenjoy, spaghetti or burger – name it, we can now have it in the comforts of our home.  “Bee-da” talaga sa sarap! 😎

And when the wind blows a little bit colder and the temp goes from comfortably cool to chilly and nippy, I find that a bowl of this just does wonders…

Yummy recipe can be found here. Thanks, Marketman!

Truly grateful that we have food like these to comfort us and ease the sometimes gnawing  angst we feel in this cold expanse of a desert we temporarily call home – for they warm not only our tummies but our hearts as well. 🙂 What can I say? They don’t call ’em comfort food for nothing. 😉


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Pam Miguel Calos on 31 January 2010 at 3:33 pm

    Publish your food review in the Arab News please! :))

    Thanks very much, Pam! 🙂 How exactly do I go about doing this??? 😉


  2. Posted by Leap of Faith! on 31 January 2010 at 3:43 pm

    Wow, may heart effect pa! So glad the bee has found its way to our desert home. It took a while but it was all worth it. I hope the next time we visit, though, all the products will be in stock.

    I super love the arroz caldo. Thanks so much for cooking it. I look forward to the next serving.

    Hon, nothing like Jollibee to bring out the Pinoy in all of us – kaya siguro nagkaubusan ng stock – hahaha! 😆 You’re very welcome. Will whip up the next batch soon…


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