Category Archives: Nueva Vizcaya

Luya

Luya (ginger) at 25, 30, or 40 pesos per kilo depending on the size and if it is ‘native’, are being sold at a roadside shop in Bayombong. This produce came from the upland barangays of Nueva Vizcaya province.

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Uling is Da King

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I bought that small sack of uling at the leftmost side and it cost 100 pesos

Most households that use LPG or electricity for cooking still rely on uling (charcoal) for grilling purposes as the resulting carbonized flavor in meat tastes so much better than those electric-grilled ones. Even the smell of charcoal-grilled isaw and other roadside skewered meat is more inviting. Hence, when it comes to inihaw food culture of the country, uling is da king.

Well-Stocked Look

The appeal of a well-stocked store.
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Walis

If you look at it closely, Filipino broom is both functional and beautiful product at the same time. The type of broom in all pictures here is called walis tambo in Tagalog.

Walis Tambo

handle is heavy but fine looking

pink

pink

colorful

red

weaved handle

Walis Tambo

you can do some color coding

A store in Lagawe

Sweeping is fun in the Philippines

Sweeping is fun in the Philippines

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