by CAVITE.INFO on 03/12/2015 - 10:59 am
If you've noticed the Philippines had been experiencing cold weather lately due to polar vortex in other parts of the globe If you're like most Filipinos who's a sucker for cold climate you'd surely be rejoicing by this time since seldom do we experience such kind of climate since the country is a tropical one Most of us would either go to Baguio City but for the ones who do not like to travel that far Tagaytay is the best option After all Tagaytay is just a few hours away from Manila Known for its scenic sights and fresh produce ...
by CAVITE.INFO on 10/08/2015 - 02:52 pm
I seldom go to Tagaytay and when I do there are so many places I want to go to After our lunch at Antonio s we went to Bag of Beans for my haul of beef and mushroom pies Next stop was The Old Kano s Farm so I can buy organic lettuce and whatever else veggies they have The farm was only km from Tagaytay City right on Emilio Aguinaldo highway Here s some information from their Facebook page I edited it slightly for punctuation and other errors Located at agricultural province of Silang Cavite the property were acquired ...
by CAVITE.INFO on 01/07/2015 - 01:24 pm
Maruya are sliced bananas coated with flour and egg, then deep fried. Ingredients:* 1 cup sifted flour* 1 tsp baking powder* 1/2 tsp salt* 2 tbps sugar* 1/3 cup water++* achuete oil for color* ripe bananas (saba variety)* 1/2 cup cooking oil* powdered sugar (optional)Procedure:Sift flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add water and achuete oil to the dry ingredients and mix until batter is smooth.Peel the bananas and slice lengthwise into 2 pieces. Dip in the batter. Deep fry in cooking oil, browning evenly. Drain and serve with powdered sugar if desired.Source: http://lutongcavite.blogspot.com/2011/01/maruya.html