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  • A taste of Digos City’s ‘bibingka’

    From all over the Philippines, there are versions of ‘bibingka’ (rice cake) – e.g. in Manila, for instance, when the rice...

    Kiki TanNovember 25, 2016
  • Discovering ‘dodol’

    Many people may say it’s nothing but “malagkit” (literally, sticky; though also referring to the “kakanin” or snack food made from...

    Kiki TanOctober 24, 2016
  • Durian without the ‘umay’

    Durian – that thorny fruit long described as something that “smells like hell but tastes like heaven” – remains very divisive. That...

    MindanawMag StaffSeptember 6, 2016
  • Craving for ‘pastil’

    Some may just dismiss it as Mindanao’s version of the Tagalog “binalot” – that is, rice meal wrapped in wilted banana...

    Mikee dela CruzSeptember 5, 2016
  • Turning Thai in CDO

    It is a welcome surprise seeing a Thai resto in the middle of Cagayan de Oro City – a place in...

    Kiki TanJuly 12, 2016
  • The nightlife of Kidapawan City

    I haven’t been to Kidapawan for… AGES. I spent a lot of my growing up years there, and I can’t say...

    Mikee dela CruzJuly 11, 2016
The Mindanao group of islands in southern Philippines has long been called as the country's "Promised Land" - albeit this is often said as a yet-fulfilled potential, instead of highlighting what the place now has to offer. We don't only believe it's wrong; we also strongly believe time to correct this and highlight everything about this place that is, indeed, a land full of promise. So here's... Mindanaw Magazine!

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