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post #31 of 41

Okay Pohaku, the next time I go down to Sprouts I’ll buy the peanuts…

This may or may not be “Hawaiian Cuisine” necessarily,

but typical of what you might get for breakfast in Hawaii: 

Vienna Sausages, steamed White rice with Aloha Shoyu

or soy sauce & fuikake,which is crushed up dried seaweed and sesame seeds,

along with eggs (we prefer soft scrambled). 

As you can see from my photo, I forgot to clean off the plate before service… gasp!

 

breakfast, vienna sausages, rice with aloha shoyu and fuikake along with eggs, let's grind!

post #32 of 41

Looks great to me.  My wife is in Mexico with my youngest daughter, so I had spam fried rice and takuan last night.  Not her favorite (although my daughter likes it just fine), so I wait till she's out of town.

post #33 of 41

licklips.gif

Sounds good to me!!

( That was my plate of breakfast today BTW, husband had the SUPER-SIZED version  lol.gif )

post #34 of 41
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Originally Posted by kaneohegirlinaz View Post

We use to live in Waikiki, this is from our lanai t the end of Kalakaua Ave, did I mention that I REALLY miss home?  You gotta' have some music with your beer and grinz brah!! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p52jV3QvS4I&feature=related 

Waikiki, Honolulu City Lights



I can see why you might be so homesick now that you're living in Tucson.  What a beautiful view!  A comfortable chair and a glass of good wine and I could live with that myself!  :)

post #35 of 41

VERY expensive!!

That apartment sold for alot of money back in the day, well over a million bucks! (oh, we were just renters, we didn't own this place)

That's part of Oahu that is refered to as "The Gold Coast" 

loads of celebrities lived all around us (Diamond Head/Black Point)

It was very nice, but you know what Longcolts?

I think that everywhere we have been has it's own beauty, even this desert, you just have to look...

LIVE ALOHA !!  (here in Tucson they say "be kind")

post #36 of 41
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Originally Posted by kaneohegirlinaz View Post

VERY expensive!!

That apartment sold for alot of money back in the day, well over a million bucks! (oh, we were just renters, we didn't own this place)

That's part of Oahu that is refered to as "The Gold Coast" 

loads of celebrities lived all around us (Diamond Head/Black Point)

It was very nice, but you know what Longcolts?

I think that everywhere we have been has it's own beauty, even this desert, you just have to look...

LIVE ALOHA !!  (here in Tucson they say "be kind")



Don't I know it.  I have a very good view of the Western Face of the Superstition Mountains from my front porch.  That view goes real well with a cold beer after a day of riding.

post #37 of 41

What's for dinner tonight?

(pre-made from the container) Kalua Pork with cabbage, sweet onions (can't find maui onions here) and steamed white rice, Aloha Shoyu all over!!

 

yum-o-licious Kalua Pig, Cabbage, Sweet Onions Na dsteamed White Rice!! That's what's for dinner!! ONO!!

post #38 of 41

Oh da ono kine!

post #39 of 41

... Totally forgot to mention the ZIPPY'S MAC SALAD on the side !!! YAH BABY !!!

We must like this because I posted this same (minus the mac salad) dinner back 2/26 (post #11)

That was my last container of prepared Kalua Pig though...

 

post #40 of 41

Well, you will just need to make some in the oven yourself.  I make a lot (8-10 pounds) when I do and freeze a bunch.  Good for all kinds of dishes.

post #41 of 41

what else would you use kalua pig in?

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