Has the party happened yet?
I want to suggest manapua! It's like a Hawaiian Dim Sum, and you can fill them with purple sweet potato, char siu, pork hash, chicken curry, etc.
I like this manapua website, for explanation.
I remember seeing this exact same recipe for Tongan Lau Lau in the newspaper years ago.
(Unfortunately, the Honolulu Advertiser's website search engine stinks.)
I even remember making that Lupulu recipe from the article. It was fun, and I had no idea what I was doing. It tasted good to me, I guess, after all I am familiar with what Hawaiian Laulau tastes like.
I relate this to how my girlfriend--born and raised in Thailand, must feel when she sees somebody attempt to...
As an ignorant customer, I would much, much rather consume wild-caught fish over farm raised.
They surely must be healthier!
I can't quote any particular study that emphasizes the benefits, but then a study is only as good as its funder. :D
How would God prefer we eat them?
I often shop at Pacific Supermarket, they have great prices on fresh produce and fish, if you don't mind all the birds flying around in the overhead:smoking:. The nearest pho restaurant is a couple of blocks away; it stands alone in a shopping center with no less than 4 Philippino "restaurants :eek:"
Thanks for the intimate ride through stir fry!
While I still struggle and stumble through the dynamic experience that is a good stir fry--you manage to put it all into words, and eloquently at that.
This advice is gold--every sentence!
This kind of reply should not be glanced over like any other!
Thank you boar_d_laze for free culinary diamonds!
Perhaps you might consider putting each sentence into its own chapter and then marketing it all into a lovely book?