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  "Local style" Beef Stew ala Hawaii Plate Lunch  this recipe is DA BOMB! served over steamed white "sticky" rice and gotta have da plenty gravy ...sadly the only thing missing is one scoop Mac Salad on top
BAHAHAHA!
@ordo, why didn't you invite me? I think that you'd need help with that bottle of wine 
I agree partially with @flipflopgirl sharp objects face downwards (far too many fingers have been nearly lost) spoons, butter knives - up, larger-smallish implements go in the upper rack,  ie. ice cream scoops, small tongs, spatula, etc.   As to the TP issue, I find that men's rolls go under and women's go over ... right brain/left brain kinda thing...go figure 
King's Bakery Sweet Bread, YUM!!!!  Pretty much Kalua Pig sliders. right?
http://www.worldmarket.com/product/flavors-of-hawaii-coconut-syrup.do I prefer this brand of Coconut Syrup
BAHAHAHA! I just got my W-S Holiday Catalog too, and now I have narrative in my head every time I look at it! Too funny!
The other stock that I keep in my deep freeze (in the same manner as @chefbuba)  is Vegetable.  And a big yes to NO SALT ADDED.   I portion mine in 1 cup sizes as well in an ice cup tray, which is approximately 1 Tablespoon (mine is anyways). We've dramatically cut back on our salt consumption, so I stopped using any of the jarred/dried stuff, too salty for us.
King's Bakery was on,  of all places, King Street in Honolulu! I found this at one the mega-marts near  us and my first thought was of HOME!!! Back home we just call this Portuguese Sweet Bread. I opened the package and took a long,  deep smell of this gorgeous bread and then  got to work. Sliced it an inch thick and doused it in my favorite recipe for the custard.   Now you need something to go along with your french toast right? What else but Portuguese...
AGREED! The only time I throw food out is if it's spoiled, otherwise I eat it with a BIG glass of water. It's food, if it's "bland" maybe try some salt and pepper, some sort of spice or herb, or a condiment ,,, isn't that why ketchup was invented?
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