I’m with you chefed, I adore breakfast for supper, my husband not so much.
My Mother use to make us kids silver dollar pancakes and pork link and we thought that was pretty special...
We could have all of syrup we wanted!
The Ono came out “dry and tasteless” so my husband told me.
I didn’t cook it too far, it a little give to it. Maybe I should prepare it en papillote next time?
That’s how I prepare (I’m allergic) his trout fillets on a bed
of julienne veg and a splash of dry Vermouth and herbs/spices too.
As you said, having lived in Hawaii, (I may have mentioned this before) I never had to cook my own “local style” dishes, something like Ono was too expensive in the markets, so my husband always ordered it out.
Alot of the fish caught (commercially)in Hawaii goes to Japan! So if you had a friend (which we did)
who owned a boat and took you out fishing, WAHOO!!! (or Ahi or....)
Translation: alo, sharing or in the present
oha, joyous affection or joy
ha, life energy, life or breath
The joyful sharing of life energy in the present