I was naturally pleased to be able to attend this exhibit of our Province in Quezon. It’s a one week celebration where in you can take pictures, explore and shop all of the best handicrafts in Quezon Province, Philippines. Thanks to SM Mall this event was made possible.
Here are the snippets:
Philippine Native Handbags 🙂 Made of BURI and BANIG
BURI (Talipot Palm)– The blades of the large fan-shaped leaves yield a material for mats, sacks, and thatch
BANIG(handwoven mat used for sleeping and sitting)
Philippine Native Dress 🙂
This has definitely caught my attention! Who would have thought Soaps could be sooo sweet 🙂 Man, if only…./I would have eaten one 😦
These soaps made out of Coconut Oil
Coconuts are the main products of Quezon, Province
Despite I couldn’t eat it…I definitely bought one :)))
Nipa Huts (Bahay Kubo or simply native house of the Philippines)
Ginataang Tilapia (Fish in Coconut Milk)
Inihaw na Liempo (Grilled Pork)
Ginataang Kuhol (Snails in Coconut Milk)
Sisig na Pusit (Sizzling Squid)
Pilipit (Glazed Rice Flour Twist) and Buchi/Butsi (a rice cake made from sweet rice flour)
Kamayan sa Palaisdaan– is an authentic Philippine restaurant that serves pure variety of Filipino food.
“KAMAYAN” means eating your food with your bare hands. It’s their famous trademark and Philippine culture.
Nipa Huts (Bahay Kubo or simply native house of the Philippines) Is where you will dine in and enjoy the native foods.
The food above is the Filipino authentic dishes being served at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan
Pilipit (Glazed Rice Flour Twist) and Buchi/Butsi (a rice cake made from sweet rice flour) are popular native Philippine delicacies. You buy it from the vendors who are roaming around the are. Perfect for pasalubong/giveaway.
Kamayan sa Palaisdaan can be found at Tayabas, Quezon Philippines