How a drink evolved into what we know now as Guam corn soup

Audria Easterly

Guåhån food means so much to us, and when we talk about “CHamoru” food in particular, some have a tendency to get serious about “that’s not CHamoru.” CHamoru food has changed from ancient times through when the Spaniards claimed Guåhån, and even within the last 50 years.

What you remember eating as a kid on Guåhån in 1971 is somewhat different from what a child is eating in 2021.  For instance, I’ve always had corn soup with chicken. And when there was only a tiny piece of chicken in my styrofoam cup at a rosary, I was like, “Where’s the chicken?”

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