Connie’s Kitchen is one of my favorite stores for three reasons. First, it is a skip and a hop away from where I live. Second, it sells products that are mainly made in the Philippines and are mainly the more healthful version of products one can find in supermarkets. Lastly, Connie’s Kitchen carries a wide array of suppliers’ items that there is always something new in its shelves.
For the month of March, I have been there three times, which is a lot for me as someone who does not go to stores unless it is incumbent on me to do so.
These trips gave me another batch of materials to post as a new entry, the third one in the series.
For related entries, please read Connie’s Kitchen, Part I, Connie’s Kitchen, Part II, and Connie’s Kitchen, Part IV.
Sugarbee’s Sansrival Chips, P180.00 (US $3.60)
Theo & Philo Artisan Chocolates, P595.00 (US $11.90). I like all Theo and Philo Artisan Chocolates variants, even the weird ones.
Theo & Philo Artisan Chocolates, P595.00 (US $11.90)
Snackbox’s Brownie Crunch, 125 grams, P150.00 (US $3.00), in three variants: salted caramel, peppermint and roasted cacao nibs with chia & flax seeds. My favorite is the roasted cacao nibs with chia & flax seeds because of the cacao!!! The peppermint tastes like toothpaste.
Oatmeal Cookies with Belgian Chocolate, P160.00 (US $3.2)
Bianca’s Manna, P40.00 (US $0.80)
First Harvest’s Salted Coco Caramel, Honey-sweetened Peanut Spread and Peanut Crunch with rice pops, P595.00 (US $11.90). The honey-sweetened peanut spread is good. I have not opened the other two yet. I am excited for the salted coco caramel.
Super Crisp Special Butcheron, big one is P200.00 (US $4.00) and the small one is P135.00 (US $ 2.70)
Skinny Veggie Chips, small, P90.00 (US $1.80)
Prime Sweets’ Muscovado Rock, 250 grams, P80.00 (US $1.60)
Island Gems’ Laing, 300 grams, P190.00 (US $3.80), Piña Coco Jam, 300 grams, and Strawberry Jam, 300 grams, P180.00 (US $3.60)
Enuff’s Coconut Sugar and Café-te-ría’s Naturally Grown Coffee from the Mountain of Sagada
Ryan’s Kitchen’s Nacho Cheese Dip, 250 grams, P150.00 (US $3.00)
Ryan’s Kitchen’s Homemade Salsa, 250 grams
Casa Carmela’s Chorizo Pudpud, Pitaw, P295.00 (US $5.90) and Baby Squid Adobo
Casa Carmela’s Sinamak, P150.00 (US $3.00). One of the two things I ask to be sent in Manila is a bottle of sinamak from Iloilo. The other is ginamos (shrimp paste).
Enuff’s Coconut Sap All Spice Vinegar, 350 mL, and Lemongrass and Garlic Sap Vinegar, 350 mL, P90.00 each (US $ 1.80)
Casa Poniente’s Miele Al Tartufo (Black Truffle Honey), 100mL, P400.00 (US $8.00)
Whisk’s Paleo Dressing, 325 mL, P350.00 (US $7.00)
Chili Asylum’s Spicy Moringa Pesto and Cilantro Chimichurri
Chili Asylum’s Chili Chutney
Nortindal’s Salsa Fondo Paella, 200 grams, P250.00 (US $5.00) and Carmencita’s Azafrán Molido (Milled Saffron)
Kenzo and Kloe’s Nature Farm’s Natural Seasoning Bonggan Mix and Cayenne Steak Rub
7 Grains Skinny Seasoning. I do not know the difference between the two.
7 Grains Skinny Tomato All Natural Ketchup, P155.00 (US $3.10)
7 Grains Skinny Soup Base Paste, 300 grams, P170.00 (US $3.40)
Zin’s Gourmet Finishing Salt Natural Sea Salt, P150.00 (US $3.00)
Zin’s Gourmet Finishing Salt: Sriracha Salt, P260.00 (US $5.20), Soy & Orange Salt, P220.00 (US $4.40), Cajun Salt, and Triple Pepper Blend
Connie’s Kitchen’s address: 92 Broadway Avenue, Corner 4th Street, Brgy. Mariana, Quezon City
Connie’s Kitchen’s contact numbers: (632) 721-5691 and (632) 727-9837
For more Connie’s Kitchen’s products or products sold by the store, please read Part I, Part II, and Part IV of this series.