In Cebu, there is a Pasalubong store right before you reach the airport.  So if you have time, try to buy all your pasalubongs either in that Pasalubong center ( you will not miss it – yellow building ) or in supermarkets in the city.  Because just like anything else, the stuff in the airport are always more expensive.   

 

The original and the best dried mango brand

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 SHAMROCK brand is supposedly the best brand but it was not available at the time I was shopping…or maybe I just did not see it

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and now they have other varieties of Otap…with cinnamon

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Of course, there is CHICHARON  many many brands all over but of course we try to be healthy and so we buy this which actually is a far cry from the ones with fat

 

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 This Peanut browas I discovered from my sister.  It is like lenguas de gato but has peanut flavor. Lola Pureza is a good brand

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and Lola Pureza also has mini mamon which is a popular product as well.  It is small mamons that are toasted

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Dad and Mom never fails to buy their danggit..again trying to be healthy, we get the UNSALTED one.  It is still salty though.  Fry it ( in olive oil ) and then serve with scrambled egg and garlic rice! yummy!

 

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and Palad Flakes

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11 Thoughts on “Cebu Delicacies and Pasalubongs

  1. Arlene Maslog on July 20, 2008 at 8:20 pm said:

    Try also the Guadalupe brand Mango Strips, Rica. It is a pasalubong staple for our relatives in the States together with the peanut browas.

  2. Yummy stuff thank you for sharing

  3. …and the 7D dried mangorind (=

  4. Sweet Earth is the best dried mangoes brand for me, hands down :D

  5. edgar michael u. galdo on July 21, 2010 at 11:03 pm said:

    try our julies special products and special hopia(packed by cebu primera foods for orders call 261-0997 or 09156422562)

  6. Mary Ong on September 14, 2010 at 11:16 am said:

    how much is the cost of peanut browas? and the lite chicharon from carcar?

  7. i want to know this place i mean the exact address where im going to find when im in cebu, thank you,

  8. may mga biscocho at piyaya kau? send me a quotation of your product taga zamboanga ako.

  9. Maricar on October 23, 2012 at 3:41 pm said:

    Hi, Will you be open on Nov.1?

  10. specialty food concepts on March 10, 2013 at 12:55 pm said:

    The newest delicacy to hit the market!

    Chocolate covered dried mangoes. A unique and rare gift ideal for any occasion.

    We ship all over the Philippines!

    Price: P500 (20 pcs. – 1 box)

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  11. For Danggit and Cebu Delicacies, you can order here: http://www.cebubestdelicacies.com

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