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Pepper’s Navigation Map for Farmer’s Market, Cubao

May 12, 2019

We here at Pepper have always tried to get our readers to start cooking more. Our ongoing Filipino-English Cheat Sheet aims to help the clueless and the inexperienced to get over any fear or intimidation that may be keeping them from buying all the ingredients required in their favorite recipes. But now that you know what to tell the vendors, where can you actually go to buy what you need? Well, we’re here to help with that too.

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Any other location that confuses you? What other food destinations do you want us to help you navigate?  Leave us a comment below with your thoughts and suggestions.

Mia Marci Mia Marci

Mia Marci likes sampling street food, even if she doesn't know what's in it. She's gotten sick to her stomach on occasion because of this hazardous curiosity, but even the strictest of doctors couldn't stop her. Mia also writes about video games, travel, and girly issues for other publications. She also teaches English and Creative Writing. In the little spare time she has left, she catches up on film and TV shows, while cuddling up to her dog and cat.

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4 responses to “Pepper’s Navigation Map for Farmer’s Market, Cubao”

  1. […] got our own guide to wandering about in Farmer’s Market, which is one of the cleanest and largest public […]

  2. […] You won’t probably feel like shopping after an emotionally-exhausting UAAP game, but consider going to Farmer’s Market for its dampa. Have the freshest ingredients cooked here then enjoy a scrumptious feast right away. Easily locate the dampa through this infographic. […]

  3. […] for me has always been at Terry’s Selection and Santi’s Delicatessen for European items. Farmer’s Market and Dampa Macapagal are my go to wet markets for seafood. For vegetables, I am all over the […]

  4. Jimmy Johnson says:

    I saw pics of the Cubao Farmers Market and I noticed one thing. Most of the seafood and meat are not iced or chilled in some way. Cross contamination and bacteria can spread like wildfire and make people sick or even worse. I’ll pass.

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