Guam - Siopao is a Filipino dish, though many Asian countries have similar steamed buns with a variety of fillings. On Guam, this is the most popular type, made with beef, chicken or pork, all tasting very much alike. Some islanders also fill the buns with chicken kelaguen (making the kelaguen on the dry side and not so lemony).
Siopao Asado (Sweet Pork Steamed Buns) "Siopao is a Hokkien term for baozi which means steamed buns. In Thailand it is called salapao and in Philippines its called siopao. It is a very popular street food in Philippines which was definitely influenced by the Chinese."
RED VELVET FRIED CHICKEN!!! Are you freaking kidding me?!? As inspired by American Cupcake restaurant. Note to self: They serve theirs with cream cheese mashed potatoes, and cocoa-infused cole slaw. They dip theirs in cake batter thinned out with buttermilk before they roll in the RV crumbs. Smash it? Yes! Diet? No.