10 Delicacies in Cebu that you must try!

People who love to eat are always the best people.” – Julia Child

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No date for this Valentine’s Day? No problem. Forget all the bitterness you can feel by trying out these awesome and mouth-watering food that every corner of Cebu offers!

We recently had a hearty discussion on the economy of Cebu province with my beloved Grade Three sweethearts, and as an output, I asked them to become “Little Entrepreneurs” by showcasing the different delicacies that their city or municipality has. They need to present the food in a creative manner however, they should not neglect on giving the important details of the food presented. The introductions given to each delicacy is highly credited to the ingenuity of the pupils added by the support given by their parents.

ONE: DRIED MANGO (Cebu)

“Maganda sa mata, sagana sa bitamina. Halika’t tikman natin, pinatuyong mangga sa atin!”

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TWO: CHICHARON (Carcar)

“Malutong…tong..tong…pakitong-kitong! Chicharon, masarap at nakakatakam.”

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THREE: ROSQUILLOS (Liloan)

“Biskwit na masarap, biskwit na matamis. Galing saan? Sa Liloan.”

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FOUR: LECHON BABOY (Talisay)

“Pwedeng pang-ulam sa agahan, pananghalian at hapunan. Lechon – ating paghatian!”

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FIVE: LIEMPO (Balamban)

“Hindi lechon, hindi barbecue. Liempo ng Balamban!”

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SIX: AMPAW (Carcar)

“Kakaning masarap, sa Carcar matatagpuan!”

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SEVEN: MASAREAL (Mandaue)

“Matamis na, malasa ma! Masareal sa Mandaue na!”

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EIGHT: OTAP (Cebu)

“Otap na masarap, para sa ating lahat.”

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NINE: BIBINGKA (Mandaue)

“Bibingka sa Mandaue, napakainteresante! Masarap na, nakakabusog pa!”

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TEN: TORTA  (Argao)

“Kilala sa Argao, kakaning matamis. Halina’t pagsaluhan, tortang masarap!”

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 Other than these, you can also try danggit (Bantayan Island), pintos (Bogo), bakasi (Cordova), bukarilyo (Carcar), and many more!

See? You can still feel sweetness even without the presence of a romantic partner! Feel free to drop by for more inquiries. Asa na ta mangaon, bai? 😀

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