Our Hafa Adai Friday Finale was gof månnge (pronounced “mung-ee”, meaning delicious)! We had 96 guests visit to have a Chamorro fiesta plate which included red rice, smoked beef and pork, hagun suni (spinach in coconut milk), chicken kelaguen, potato salad, pancit, kadun pika (chicken stew), and bunelos aga (banana donuts). This concludes our Chamorro Month celebration! What was your favorite part of your Chamorro fiesta plate?
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