Brazo de Mercedes (Arm of Mercedes) is an interesting Filipino dessert that has sparked intrigue into its true origin. Whether it was named after an actual Filipina grandmother or if it was inspired by Hispanic influences, what may offer a clue is the use of a lot of egg yolks.
Salmon is one of my favorite varieties of fish. I love it anyway you prepare it — grill it with my teriyaki sauce, make fresh salmon kelaguen, or bake it in my creamy mushroom garlic sauce — I love it all.
Guam’s Chamorro culture can be experienced through all of the senses, most especially taste. Throughout the ages, food has always been at the heart of Chamorro culture. The ancient Chamorro people placed such value on food that when the first explorers landed on Guam centuries ago, they traded food for Spanish and Portuguese cloth and iron.
Fisherman’s Cove at the Hilton Guam Resort & SPA offers a unique blend of fine fish and seafood with a “fish market”-like display that allows patrons to carefully select the expect cut or crustacean their hearts desire.
Chewy, round little tapioca balls resting at the bottom of the drink also known as sago or boba in Asian countries, are what we know better as black pearls, and are all the rage as one of today’s fads in food. “They’re like a snack and a drink all in one,” explains one bubbly tea fanatic.
Pan tosta is the local version of biscotti. Customers purchase these toasty treats to dip into their morning coffee and they are a popular item to send off in care packages to loved ones abroad who are missing a tasty favorite of Guam.
The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) joined the Häagen-Dazs locations of Fiesta Resort Guam, Guam Premier Outlets, JP Superstore, and Micronesia Mall at their Fiesta Resort Guam location, Tumon for a delightfully sweet Håfa Adai Pledge signing ceremony.