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Hungry In BGC? Try The Hungry Hound

Food, Manila, Mindanaoan Update, Reviews
It was just my luck. Just recently, on the very day that I found myself in Manila, I then heard that creative and skillful cook, TV show host, food blogger and celebrity restaurateur Erwan Heussaff was also in Cagayan de Oro. I’ve always wanted to meet him and ask all about his “The Fat Kid Inside” journey and yet, there I was, basically on the other side of the country. Fortunately, the hosts of my Manila trip, representatives of Globe Telecom, took me to one of Erwan’s food ventures at Bonifacio Global City – The Hungry Hound! It was right beside the Globe Telecom headquarters and just a few steps away from my hotel so it was pretty convenient. The Hungry Hound, inspired by the gastro pub culture founded by The Eagle in London in 1991, is described as “freestyle.” Aside from Er...

New sexy breakfast choices at Missy Bon Bon #MissyBonBonCDO

Business, Cagayan de Oro City, Food
Mornings with Missy Bon Bon are now sexier and extra special! Aside from their delicious pastels (a popular Cagayan de Oro pasalubong) and gelato, Missy Bon Bon now also serves new breakfast choices! They now have new omelettes, pancakes and toasts and even honest-to-goodness longtime local faves. The yema pancake de Cagayan, for instance, is surely heaven for those with sweet tooth. The danggit pamahaw de Cebu, composed of sun-cured salted fish, garlic rice, fried egg and vinegar dip, is sure to remind you of how simple life really is and how simple food brings us joy! You might also like to try the Karambola - crispy pork adobo flakes with sweet bagoong rice and fried egg. Perfect for those who want something that could help kickstart the day. Omelettes are also sexie...

Love cereals? Cerealicious is a must-try!

Business, Consumer, Davao City, Food, Mindanaoan Update, Reviews, Society
Mindanaoan is a huge cereal fan. You name it - I love it! Frosties, regular corn cereals, choco coated cereals...I love them all! I must admit, though...I'm not a regular breakfast eater (which I know is a bad thing because breakfast is the most important meal of the day...I'm really trying my best to eat breakfast as often as I can!) but you can be sure that I'll be at the table (mas mabilis pa sa alas kuwatro!) if cereals and milk plus fruits or cookies are served. So you could just imagine how happy I was when I first learned that the Philippines now has the first ever cereal cafe! Yup, you read that right. Cereal cafe! Welcome to Cerealicious - the country's first ever cafe that serves 30+ cereals, 40+ toppings and even gives you the chance to come up with your very own mix of ...