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    Bahay Pastulan: Good Shepherd Goodies

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 6, 2010

    Bahay Pastulan is the retail outlet of the Good Shepherd Maryridge Convent. People who miss the goodies of the Baguio Good Shepherd Convent don't have to be in Baguio to buy them. Although packaging may be different, quality is the same. The ube jam doesn't taste exactly the same though; the nun said the difference in soil of Baguio and Tagaytay determine the taste of the ube.

    What to buy: Oldtime favorites Strawberry Jam and Ube Jam are also available in Tagaytay convent. Whenever you are in Tagaytay, you can have these, plus the other goodies like ube dimples, ubepuno (ube jam topped with macapuno preserve), unsweetened strwberry jam, chocolate crinkles, peanut brittle,etc. They also sell native delicacies (like candied tamarind, toasted peanuts,etc.), pies & empanadas and other pastries, even tawilis sardines in olive oil.

    What to pay: Depends on what you buy:*

    Ube Jam - P120 for 550 gms and a little bit more expensive for the 900 gms
    Ube Dimples - P60
    Sampalok Preserves - P80/pack

    *Prices are subject to change

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    Rowena's: The Best For Your Sweet Tooth

    by cyndymc Updated Aug 1, 2009

    Local and foreign tourists go to Rowena's , Tagaytay's icon for mini-sized homebaked tarts and pastries. Though the shop is always filled with people, it remains to have a cozy atmosphere, an inviting place to rest and eat or have coffee at their adjacent cafe. They have ample parking space at the side of the store, and it is manned by alert security guards tasked with ensuring safety of customers and their parked vehicles.

    What to buy: You can choose from their homebaked tarts (available in buko, mango, apple, ube and pineapple), blueberry and strawberry cheesecake, sylvannas and other pastries, provincial delicacies, preserves, and various "pasalubong" items.

    My present favorite is their mini "buko" pie and sylvannas. I loved their cheesecake and blueberry tarts, but I find them quite expensive now that the blueberry & cheesecake filling seems to be less than what it used to have.

    What to pay: Less than P200/box of 6 mini-pies

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    Robinson's Supermarket: New Supermarket in Tagaytay

    by cyndymc Updated Aug 1, 2009

    Now, there's a supermarket in Tagaytay you can go to. This time, Robinson's beat SM! The Robinson's Supermarket was opened ahead of any SM outlet in Tagaytay. Strategically located at Aguinaldo Highway within the Summit Ridge Complex, Robinson's Supermarket is a convenient place to buy picnic items.

    Robinson's Supermarket is a good pit stop. There are restaurants beside it where you can order food-to-go so you need not go through the hustle of cooking food early in the house. There is also a Coffee Shop nearby to grab a cup of your choice of "wake-me-uppers". Most importantly, they have many restrooms which are very clean and spacious.

    What to buy: groceries; mineral water, beverages, chips and other snack items for picnic

    What to pay: The grocery items cost the same as Manila prices.

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    Mr Moo outlets: Fresh Milk worth every buck

    by iclee Written Jan 7, 2009

    It is a small MMDA pink hued outlet found in the road if you take the Sta Rosa-Puting Kahoy route. You'll see this on your right side heading up to Tagaytay right before the multitude of fruit stands on your left (perched on the ravine planted with rows of pineapples). An english pie shop stands beside it and a Colette coconut pie across. One liter of refrigerated fresh carabao's milk is PHP150. They also have cows milk, goats milk/cheese, pastillas and soaps. I once tried the goat's milk soap that is chocolate flavored. It was ok but I needed the moisturization provided by Dove soap.

    What to buy: Carabao's chocomilk

    What to pay: PHP150/liter

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    Mahogany Market: Cheapest place for Pasalubong

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Jun 11, 2006

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    The cheapest place to get your pasalubong is at the Mahogany Market.

    What to buy: Fruits, vegetables, peanut brittle (panucha), etc.

    What to pay: Panucha can be purchased at 6 pcs for 100 pesos. The fruits and vegetables are cheap too.

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    Good Shepherd Convent (Bahay Pastulan): Ube jam, Angel Cookies and other delicacies

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Jun 9, 2006

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    If you like Yam jam (Ube jam), Strawberry jam, macapuno, angel cookies, buko pie, etc, you can purchase them at the Good Shepherd Convent. This place is run by nuns and their scholars. They also sell halo-halo in a box. for 50 pesos you'll have one of the best tasting halo-halo. It has ube, macapuno, leche flan, beans, camote, nata, strawberry ice cream, and some other things. The thing is that they have no place for you to eat. That's why they come in boxes anyway.

    What to buy: Buy your pasalubong here. They also sell religious articles such as rosaries, figurines, wood craft.

    What to pay: Dependin on what you want to buy, but for about 300 pesos you can have a bottle of makanata (macapuno with nata de coco), ube jam and a pack of angel cookies.

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    Roadside fruit vendors: Fresh Fruits

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Apr 5, 2006

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    Fresh fruits are available to buyers and visitors. But you have to be aware of how much these are sold in your place of residence since you could end up paying the same and having the trouble of bringing them around. Although some fruits are cheaper indeed.

    What to buy: The senorita bananas - sweet and not so expensive.

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    Amira's Buco Tart: Pasalubong

    by asianbelle Updated Nov 29, 2005

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    Buco tart is a miniature variation of the popular buko pie of Laguna. While buko pie can be shared by 6 persons, a piece of buco tart is good for one person only.

    According to sources, Amira's started their buco tart business by providing for the requirements of religious/retreat houses in the area. Their buco tart became a favorite among retreat participants and by word-of-mouth, even non-retreat goers started looking for it. It is when the owners decided to put up a store to cater to locals and tourists.

    Contrary to its name, Amira's does not only sell buco tart, but other local delicacies as well. There is blueberry tart, mango tart, apple tart, among others. They also have cookies, cakes, breads and other "pasalubong".

    What to buy: Definitely, you must try their buco tart!

    What to pay: The tarts come in boxes of 6 or 9, depending on the flavor. A box costs between P100-P150.

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  • Ilog Maria: Honey Bee products

    by acoropeo Written Oct 30, 2008

    The shop sells honey bee products, honey, bee pollen, soap, shampoo... i really like their products. their products are great gift ideas!

    What to buy: everything!

    What to pay: P100-P1000

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