Biba Mes Chamoru! Our volunteers held our monthly cooking class but this time with a twist, in honor of Mes Chamoru, we introduced a popular local dish, Tinaktak. Ground beef deliciously cooked and simmered in coconut milk with veggies and infused with local spices, served with rice. Stay tuned for our next island dish!
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