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Some good lookin' stuff goin' on here folks!
I confess: As the cook in our house, there are times when I hide food from others, like if there's only a small bit of something or another and I don't want to share it. For instance, we went out to lunch and ordered Philly-style Cheesesteak sandwiches.  I can never eat the whole thing. I asked for a piece of tin foil to bring the other half home. As soon as we got home, I stashed it in the vegetable drawer in the `fridge, DH doesn't go in there! Can you say midnight...
 Miss KK, these dishes are easy to make and I'm sure that you can get the ingredients and create your own luau at your apartment... invite your neighbors and friends ... don't forget to have some tropical drinks and plastic flower leis from the "party store" too.Let me know and I'd be happy to send you the recipes.
We invited our new landlord, who live upsrairs from us, down to dinner. I made Hawaiian food.   Kalua pig and Cabbage, steamed white rice     Lomi Lomi Salmon     Limu Ahi Poke   They loved it! YAY! Oh and a couple of 6 packs of beer to round out the evening,  we all had a great time. I was so nervous that they wouldn't care for this,  but they both said that they like to try different foods.
btw @Koukouvagia great topic!
oh my gawd!frito pie an a cold one. yeah mjb!
I confess: I have been known to eat a hot dog, cold, right out of the `fridge... no micro, no heat involved at all ... no bun... oh wait, I will on occassion take a piece of Kraft American Cheese and wrap that around said cold hot dog... oh my god that's really good!   I confess: I LOVE canned Vienna Sausage, cold, straight from the can or hot-pan fried to a yummy crispiness with fried eggs and steamed white rice... doesn't matter, either way ...   I confess: I...
  Not the best photo, but...   I love this dish, Namasu great as a side dish, on sandwiches ...   1 Hot House or English Cucumber, thinly sliced (do not peel) 1 large Carrot, peel & thinly slice 1 Daikon or White Radish, peel & thinly slice 1 Tbsp. Sea Salt (or Kosher Salt, which ever you have) 1 inch piece of fresh Ginger Root, peeled & course chopped ½ C. Rice Wine Vinegar ½ C. granulated Sugar Water as needed In a small saucepan, heat the vinegar; remove...
 We love pickled vegetables!I season the rice with this:rather than the bottled sushi vinegar orseasoned vinegar, this way it's not to moist but still has that nice acidic tang. You might enjoy this article:  
  Gee nobody's made Sushi yet? I give you shredded Carrot and Cucumber Maki Sushi, MMM! I use a powdered Sushi Vinegar to keep  the rolls from getting to sticky, gummy or wet... perfect every time!
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