Go Co village is the place where specialty is born from stone. The village also handed down many living customs of the Cham Pa many centuries ago. In which, the terraced fields along the rocky valley are the heritage left by the Cham people and their ancestors of Go Co village. That place produces many types of tubers that feed for generations of villagers. In the surrounding areas, tubers from Go Co village were often purchased for use as the main food during the war years. Taro tubers, tapioca tubers, turmeric, sperm … every time it comes to the February of lunar month (harvest season). Potatoes are piled up in the house. Villagers processed a lot of delicious dishes from the above bulbs. In addition, people also dry or make flour for use during the year. These tubers are only grown in one season of the year and live by nature during the winter months. They do not have irrigation systems and especially do not use pesticides so they are very good for users.
When winter comes, a product is likened to “ginseng of the sea” here by the people because it only appears when the weather is coldest with its use and delicious taste. It is seaweed (jam seaweed), a black plant, clinging to rocks in the cold weather, constantly receiving strong waves showing the resilience of this
Anchovy is one of the types of anchovies but very small in size, caught by fishermen every April – May. The tiny anchovies do not have a fishy taste like other fish species, have a sweet taste and characteristic flavor, so the price is quite high. The tiny anchovies can be served dry or fresh as you like.
Bánh ít mì mang hương vị bùi, dẻo, dai của củ mì kết hợp với lớp nhân dừa tươi béo ngậy làm thành món bánh ít mì tuy đơn giản nhưng hương vị khó quên.
Amid the dry winds and winds of the coastal area, there is a species of tree still standing and growing on the rocky land of Go Co village, representing the extraordinary vitality of the people here, called it by the people with a familiar name: “Dragon Tongue”. Dragon tongue is actually a plant of the
Ginseng leaf jelly is the name of a dish made from a type of vines, stems and leaves with fine hair, dark green usually grows in natural forests and hilly areas around the Go Co village. Ginseng leaves are crushed and then squeezed to get water, leaving it to freeze. There will be a cooling
Turmeric flower is a native natural plant native to Go Co village. This plant has a very strong vitality. Turmeric lies deep in the ground, waits until the rainy season is around 8-10 of the lunar calendar, the plants sprout young and flower very beautifully. Turmeric flowers faintly smell of fresh turmeric and have a