Tagaytay is undeniably a well-known tourist in the Philippines. With cozy, cold weather and beautiful overlooking sceneries, as well as its distance from manila is not that far really, it is not a surprise this is the place people go to for a quick fun getaway. However, those are not the only reason people really drive miles away from their home and travel to Tagaytay, because Tagaytay is also famous for their delectable dishes – one of which is their Bulalo!
Although, bulalo is not actually the highlight for this one, because if you travel to Tagaytay just to get your favorite ube goodie, then we are telling you… this is the time for you to rejoice as Good Shepherd Sisters’ Bahay Pastulan Tagaytay now delivers to Metro Manila.
It’s been almost five months since the store decided to close dure to Taal’s eruption as well as the pandemic going global and most of their products have remained unsold since then, so yes, the sisters and workers of Bahay Pastulan are struggling economically. As much as the sisters of convent would like to help the workers, who are mostly single mothers, women from large families, and women survivors of abuse and exploitation, they are currently on a no-work, no-pay scheme setting during this tough time. Fortunately, the founder of the start-up social enterprise SPEW Organics, Elias Jayson Tolentino, is helping the sisters bring their famous, well-loved products to Metro Manila. This initiative will in turn help the workers from Bahay Pastulan Tagaytay.
To order, just message their Facebook page, wait for confirmation of your order, and pay via BPI bank transfer or GCash. Plus, just make sure to send a screenshot or photo of the transaction. Here is their menu for you to check out:
Also, just know that May 18 is the next delivery date and May 15, 11:59 p.m. will be the cut-off for orders. Yes, that’s tonight. According to SPEW Organics, they are delivering these Good Shepherd products via Mr. Speedy, coming from Bel-Air, Makati.
For more information, log on to SPEW Organics’s Facebook page.
This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph. Minor edits have been made by What To Eat PH’s Editor.
*Featured Photo grabbed from SPEW Organics Facebook Page