Baguio City, in the Philippines, is known for its fresh vegetables harvested daily from surrounding farms. The Baguio City Market is always teeming with baskets and baskets of long beans, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, mushrooms; not to mention strawberries and other fresh fruits.
Baguio also prides itself of the sweet- tasting longganiza or sausages, not found anywhere else. They’re uniquely small in size, just slightly larger than a cherry. Baguio natives jokingly refer to them as SHORTganiza. They could probably make it to the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest sausages!