The Art of Confit: A Comic on Delicious Self-Mummification

November 1, 2018
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Rob Cham Rob Cham

Rob Cham (not his actual name) is an illustrator, designer, and comics artist from Baguio City, a most excellent place. He currently shares a studio over at Create.ph where he does things for money. He is otherwise not that interesting.

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26 responses to “The Art of Confit: A Comic on Delicious Self-Mummification”

  1. Addi dela Cruz says:

    HAHAHAH! Was laughing the whole time. More illustrated 101’s, please. 🙂

  2. Gabriel Lannister says:

    A+ post and illustrations

  3. rftreyes says:

    I agree completely with this 😀 Oh man…. if there’s duck confit in the menu, I GOTTA order it 😀

    Maybe it was just me, but the chefs here in Manila can make some badass crispy duck confit. And I mean they can make it better than some French bistros 🙂

    Oh, there was this interesting tomato confit in Lolo Dad’s in Malate. I think it was part of their Valentine’s 2013 menu.

    Then again, tomato is a fruit, so yeah the whole confit thing holds true with this 😀

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  4. rftreyes says:

    Oh, and I gotta share this 🙂

  5. Adrian De Leon says:

    I can’t be any happier with how this turned out. Rob Cham is a beast. 🙂

  6. Steph says:

    This is so friggin’ amazing!!!! Kudos to the artist and the one who conceptualized it. It has the same caliber as The Oatmeal. Heck it’s even better than The Oatmeal.

  7. Mikka Wee says:

    I LOVE THIS!!!! Love love love love love love love. Love. Sooo happy how this turned out. Good job, guys! 😀 *showers everyone with virtual confetti*

  8. Mylene Chung says:

    Wheeee!!! Good job you guys!! Even better than The Oatmeal daw ooooh!!:D woot woot!

  9. Raxenne Dosher Maniquiz says:

    HONGSOYOOOO!!! Ganda guys!!! o/

    Tangina ang subtle pero ang morbid. HAHAHA. T.T

  10. Kitkit says:

    Cool beans! Favorite article so far. Moaar please 🙂

  11. Sergia Susana says:

    Great article! Wahahahaha!! Ah, duck confit! Makes me want to have a plateful for lunch! Bloody brilliant collab too! Hehe.

  12. Birdie Salva says:

    I love this article and illustrations! More!!!!

  13. hehehe says:

    It’s like reading a fairy tale. But about food. I like. 🙂

  14. babsicatn says:

    ang ganda ganda naman neto!

  15. Ade says:

    … I have to try that

  16. Trish Maramba says:

    Adventure Time food version! <3

  17. PoloEnriquez-Arsenal says:

    I fell in love with Rob and Adee. Hahahahahaha! This IS BLOGGING AT ITS FINEST!

  18. Giselle Jose says:

    The “The Mummy” reference is gold HAHA one of my guilty pleasure favorites :))) Good job guys! <3

    • Adrian De Leon says:

      Imhotep is one of my favorite villains ever! How do you hate a guy who’s extremely dedicated to his woman? You can’t.

  19. AC says:

    Great article!

  20. Ruth Jacob says:

    Woah! Good job, Adee and Rob! Very entertaining, educational and too cute! *adore*

  21. Maryanne Margrethe Palag says:

    more articles like this please! 😀

  22. […] just so I could get my hands on a few buttery snails or some crispy duck. I still remember my first duck confit. At first, I was disgusted when I saw fruits served side by side with the savory meat. But then, […]

  23. […] so I could get my hands on a few buttery snails or some crispy duck. I still remember my first duck confit. At first, I was disgusted when I saw fruits served side by side with the savory meat. But then, […]

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