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    Shena's Pasalubong: "Longganisang Lucban"

    by tanamay Updated May 4, 2014

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    Mr. Tony Mancenido, the owner
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    They are dealer of quality "longganisa" (as their sign claims) and they make their own "longganisa" (native pork sausage) right at the back of their store.

    They are selling "longganisa", dried "pansit lucban", coconut "lambanog" and other "pasalubong" foodstuffs.

    What to buy: Buy the small "longganisa" or the longer (big) "longganisa".

    Warning! The "longganisa" have a strong smell and will permeate your car as you travel to Manila.
    Here's my packing tip:
    * You can wrap it in a succession of moist, dry, moist, dry newspaper.
    * You can prepare a container (tupperware, cooler) with tight cover.

    What to pay: Small = PHP 65 /dozen
    Big = PHP 130/dozen

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    Kalye Budin (Emilio Jacinto St.): Longganisang Lucban (Native sausage)

    by tanamay Updated Mar 31, 2013

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    Longganisang Lucban

    Almost all "pasalubong" shops in "Kalye Budin" sell the small reddish (or not) "Longganisang Lucban", aside from native sweets & delicacies.

    Cook "longganisa" (sausage) by boiling in little water, pricking the intestine casing with fork, let the water dry and let the sausage cook in its own fat. It is cooked when the pan is almost dry and the aroma is wafting.

    What to buy: Small "Longganisang Lucban" or
    bigger "Longganisang Lucban"

    The longganisa smells, make sure you have provision in your car (like a portable ice chest ) to store and control the smell of the sausage.

    What to pay: Small = PHP 65 /dozen
    Big = PHP 130/dozen

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    Native delicacies: Kalye Budin

    by tanamay Updated Apr 8, 2011
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    Kalye Budin (Budin Street) is how they call the short stretch of street in Tayabas. "Budin" is cassava pudding and a specialty of Tayabas.

    You can find stalls side by side selling various native delicacies as pasalubong.

    What to buy: Budin, broas, espasol, puto seko, dried pancit hab-hab, longanisang lucban (pork sausage), pinagong, etc.

    You should try all of them.

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    Kalye Budin Pasalubong Center: Popular Tayabas Pasalubong

    by rmcuesta Written May 9, 2008
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    stretch of pasalubong stores, homemade local food products. expect beggars. do not buy too many cassava cake, it needs to be refrigerated and eaten in 48 hours.

    What to buy: cassava cake (budin), lucban longganisa, espasol, pansit lucban, etc.

    What to pay: P1,000 budget too much already.

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    "Budin"

    by tanamay Updated Mar 1, 2014
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    Almost all stores in Kalye Budin in Tayabas City.

    What to buy: Buy "budin" (cassava cake) at Kalye Budin in Tayabas City. Good for your own eating or as "pasalubong" to friends.

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