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Ice Keki

I’m revisiting my childhood!
A coworker received a box of ice keki from a friend in Saipan, straight from the factory that makes it. I begged her for a few because you rarely find this stuff on Guam anymore (more often than not, the ones you do find aren’t The Real Thing).
Thanks Pura. You’re the coolest.

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9 Responses

  1. disneymike says:

    I love the frosty ice on these colorful treats. The colors are great and they look so tasty.

  2. maricar says:

    Just need apigigi and Herman’s sweet tuba bread and it’s a nice breakfast.

  3. Josie says:

    Oh man, I wish we had a Herman’s Bakery here on Guam. When we visited Saipan last year we ate breakfast at Herman’s every morning!

  4. Donna says:

    oh man…i used to live on saipan. i miss pan tuba and ice keki, too!!!!!!!!! :'(

  5. Gail says:

    Don’t tell anyone in Hawaii but the ice keki from Saipan are way better than any shave ice here. The photo is really nice.

  6. mona says:

    I’m from Saipan and ice keki was definitely a childhood staple. There was something animalistic yet magical about twisting off the cap with my teeth instead of getting a pair of scissors. Great pic.



  8. Frederick says:

    Now this brings back memories. I was childhood friends with the owner’s son. Imagine: all you can eat ice keki during those hot summers. Good stuff. Awesome photo!

  9. pdxmomma says:

    omg. yum.

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