Datu Shariff Pendatun III

Writer

Shariff is a culinary consultant and lecturer by training and profession. He traces his roots to the pre-Islamic rulers of Buayan in Mindanao. Food and heritage are common themes in his writing, as seen in his contribution to Rays of the Invisible Light, a collection of works by young Moro writers; FOOD Magazine; Spot.ph; and the Madrid Fusión Manila conference books.

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