Guam Diner Bytes
Dear Guam Food Guy reader,
SWEET! That’s the first exclamation people make after they’ve had their first bite of Marianas Sweet Shrimp, which was to be officially launched March 29 at Beachin’ Shrimp in Tumon. I have to confess that it’s been hard to contain my excitement about this awesome-tasting fresh water crustacean that will soon be gracing the menus of some of the island’s popular restaurants.
It’s just the simple and obvious facial expression one makes after tasting the difference between this fresh, organic, farm-raised, local shrimp that’s never been frozen and the frozen shrimp we’ve all grown accustomed to eating. It’s like walking around with mud on your glasses – that’s how muted your taste buds have become! Once you taste Marianas Sweet Shrimp, you’ll know your glasses (and palate) are clean!!
Come and support KTGF, your local public television station at a special wine-tasting and silent auction fundraiser April 4 at the Triple J Auto Group showroom in Upper Tumon. Tickets are tax deductible and are available for $50 in advance and $70 at the door. For those going to the Guam Chamber of Commerce, GHRA, and Guam Contractor’s Assn. Mixer at AK, make it a point to drop by this event when you’re through “mixin” and support KTGF!