Kelaguen, a ceviche-like dish is a must at every Chamorro party. Both a noun and a verb, to kelaguen meas that lemon or lemon powder, salt, onions and hot pepper are used to "cook" deer, beef and shrimp. Chicken is partially barbequed, baked or boiled before it is kelaguened. Imitation crab and spam are also made into a kelaguen.
Daigo is white raddish that has been colored then pickled in vinegar, water, salt, sugar, and hot pepper. It is popular at parties, but may also be found at the lunch or dinner table of most Chamorro families.