(QUICK STIR FRYING OF VEGGIES ENDEMIC TO BAGUIO)
Baguio is the northernmost part summer capital of the Philippines, year-round tourist habitué,
5062 ft. above sea level shivering with 10-14deg.F
on cold months of mid October to early February.
Major economic subsistence are orchids and various colorful flowers, handicrafts,
fresh and preserved fruits and vegetables.
Quest for “Gulay” (vegetables) exhumed out of me
as I always wish of trekking up north to this city
amid reports of 14deg.F temp…and further dropping.
The urge geared me to a nearby supermart to get my raw mats.
One thing nice with our setting is the availability of veggies
in small plastics enough for 1 cooking.
Oh heck, there were no: cabbage, sayote (chayote) and Baguio pechay.
(you can add these mentioned veggies in your trial recipe)
Okidok, I suggested to myself and went ahead with what were available.
I consumed the serving in the pic with 2 shots of my fave red wine.