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Visiting chef from Philippines brings flavors to BBQ Block Party

Posted: Jul 06, 2018 2:32 PM Updated:

Great food and family fun  - as if you needed another reason to attend tomorrow's annual BBQ Block Party. The Guam Visitors Bureau will be featuring special guests from the Philippines to join in on the festivities.

Celebrity Chef Edward Anthony Bugia will be in attendance serving up some decadent dishes.

GVB Spokesperson Josh Tyquiengco said, "We have Chef Ed from the Philippines; he's going to be a featured celebrity chef. He has a few restaurants in the Philippines, so he's going to be right next to Capitol Kitchen and he's going to be preparing a couple dishes, his signature dishes for everyone to try for free."

And while residents chow down and enjoy, radio personalities from popular station Magic 88.9 will be there to document the occasion.

"We're going to be having four radio personalities from Magic 88.9 joining us, so they're actually going around right now filming the island, getting to know more about Guam. But they'll be at the Block Party covering Chef Ed and also the Guam BBQ Block Party as well. They have a show that's really popular that's called "Boys Night Out" and so it's going to be featured on their show back in the Philippines," he said.

The party begins at 5:30pm tomorrow right in Tumon's Pleasure Island.

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