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Every Saturday, Helen would spend hours in the kitchen at Winstanley Road, baking with her Gran.When establishing her own confectionery company, 20 years after her grandmother's death, the name "Connie's Kitchen" provided a fitting tribute to her first creative mentor.“The way we prepare simple Filipino comfort food has elevated this to gourmet status. and we put in olive oil to give it a gourmet flavor.” “We’ve been imitated,” adds Connie succinctly, but declines to elaborate.The venture started some 18 years ago with baon (picnic food) for camping trips to Lake Caliraya, Laguna and other places, the Gonzalezes being an outdoor family. Then balikbayan (returning Pinoys) friends, home for the Christmas bazaars, started to order from them, so they could bring it to relatives abroad who were longing for good Filipino food.YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.More than a decade ago, a friend of mine made me taste the pasta he made with Connie’s Kitchen Salsa Amaya.Thankfully, Rustan’s Trinoma was built in my neck of the woods and it carries (at least until I moved out of the area) Connie’s Kitchen expanded products.
Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria.“We were surprised at how well it was received,” recalls Connie.“Then word spread and in 1994 we registered the business so we could market it properly.” And so the business grew through the years, and the bottled products (now numbering 18) became more visible in the supermarkets.It is across Our Lady of Mount Carmel, where I attended mass before its renovation, but due various reasons I did not enter the store until last week.I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of products inside the store.