by CAVITE.INFO on 03/26/2013 - 02:34 pm
Category: Travel & Tourism
Thanks to the new Cavitex getting to the historic town of Kawit Cavite from Makati the commercial business district of the capital takes only less than an hour As soon as we exited the expressway we immediately saw the residence of Gen Emilio Aguinaldo the first and youngest president of the Philippines Gen Aguinaldo's ancestral home Photo by Claire Algarme Although I have visited his home twice already I had to ask our team to stop by and take a few snapshots of the famous window where the Philippine flag was first raised A few meters away the Water Camp ...
by CAVITE.INFO on 11/15/2013 - 01:55 pm
Balinsasayaw Restaurant Brgy Luksuhin Silang Cavite Philippines Balinsasayaw hmmm I never came across with this word before but after we ate my curiousity was in a rush mode Next thing I knew I was doing my research Just to give everyone a bit of information what Balinsasayaw is A Balinsasayaw or edible-nest swiftlet in Ingles is a kind of bird that you will only find in the Island of El Nido Palawan Philippines The birds inhabit their spits to make their own nest which is used by the locals as an important ingredients of the most famoust Nido Soup Now ...
by CAVITE.INFO on 10/09/2014 - 02:26 pm
Known in Cavite City as samba. This is a local yummy variety of lobster also known by other aliases: tatampal, hipong dapa or mantis shrimp.Ingredients: * 1 kilo samba/tatampal/hipong dapa/mantis shrimp * 1/2 cup water (7up or Sprite) * salt to taste Procedure: * In a large pot pour water and the samba. Season with a dash of salt. Cover pot slightly and bring to a boil and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Turn off heat and keep pot covered a let the remaining heat and steam cook the samba for about 10 minutes. Serve with vinegar and garlic dip.