Free-range, naturally-grown chickens at Nana’s Farm.
During your stay with us, you can enjoy Tinolang Manok– chicken and green papaya cooked in a stew with ginger, chili leaves, onions and fish sauce) for lunch or dinner, which we can cook upon request.
Our farm-raised chickens are fed only natural grains, and are not given antibiotics or growth hormones. Continue reading Naturally Grown Chickens For Your Tinola
Enjoy a freshly picked guyabano at Nana’s Farm!
The guyabano, aka guanabana (in Spanish) or soursop (in English) is a known sedative, nerve tonic, and is used to maintain proper intestinal health. Researchers have also been studying its ability to fight cancer and reduce the detrimental effects of chemotherapy.
In our barrio, we boil guyabano leaves in water and use the water for bathing when we have fever. My husband said it may only be psychological, but it has always worked better than paracetamol for me! Continue reading Enjoy a Freshly Picked Guyabano
Our backyard vegetable garden is located at the far end of the property, away from the guesthouse. Nana’s Farm currently utilizes about one hectare of land, which overlooks a much wider sprawl of greens.
Today we are getting ready to transplant the seedlings from our nursery — so guests who will visit us in October can pick their own vegetables to bring home.
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Continue reading Our Own Backyard Vegetable Garden
Hearty breakfast for two at Nana’s Farm. Vegetable omelette as my mom would cook it, home-made longganisa, freshly-picked papaya, and freshly-ground coffee.
Continue reading A Hearty Breakfast for Two at Nana’s Farm
At Nana’s Farm, we drink coffee grown by the local farmers. We grow coffee in the farm ourselves, and are now looking into more natural ways of farming.
For our guests’ use, we’ve provided a modest little setup for making your own coffee: there are fresh coffee beans (Amadeo’s own Pahimis blend– a mix of Arabica, Robusta, and Liberica coffee beans) available for you to grind, and a stove-top espresso maker. Continue reading Enjoy Your Own Fresh Coffee at Nana’s Farm