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  • Mindanawon pride in Pikit coffee

    When speaking of coffee in the Philippines, we almost always end up mentioning Kapeng Barako from Batangas, supposedly that “strong, STRONG”...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzAugust 16, 2018
  • Checking out goat meat at ‘Kambingan ni Kap’ in GenSan

    Not everyone is a fan of goat meat. I have encountered more people, in fact, who consider this only as good...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzAugust 12, 2018
  • The world’s worst chicken ever is in Davao City – NOT!

    Reverse psychology. Of course that’s what this place in Davao City is trying to achieve with its very name; over-stating the...

    Eating OutKiki TanJanuary 3, 2018
  • 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...

    Eating OutKiki 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...

    Eating OutKiki TanOctober 24, 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...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzSeptember 5, 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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