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    Hot/Humid Weather

    I know there is no sense in complaining about the weather. but still,

    Hot humid weather to continue through winter. This is NOT good.

    http://bit.ly/1KclHAH

    Bring on the tradewinds!
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    Re: Oceanic's new modem

    Honoruru, Thanks for the info. I will go ahead and order the new modem, gotta have that speed! Thanks again.
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    Re: Oceanic's new modem

    Honoruru, was the installation easy? Thanks
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    Re: Hawaiian history

    There is a new book out Captive Paradise: A History of Hawaii by James L. Haley. I cannot recommend the book because I have not read it, but thought I would mention it here in case anyone is...
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    Re: Diamond Bakery Soda Crackers

    They were $4.68 at Times. I didn't notice whether that was a sale price or not. The furikake is my second favorite, though if I was in charge at Diamond Bakery, I would up the amount of furikake...
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    Diamond Bakery Soda Crackers

    Diamond Bakery has expanded their line of soda crackers. I love their soda crackers and am glad to see flavors being added. They now have Cinnamon Toast, Furikake and Sweet Chili Hawaiian. I bought...
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    Re: "The Walking Dead" on AMC

    I, too, have been more frustrated than thrilled with TWD of late. But this season, wow! I thought for sure the gang would be mired down in Terminus for a large part of the season, but no, over and...
  8. Thread: Flossie

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    Re: Flossie

    Looks like they are recycling names. Strange the things that stick in your head. I remember this post by Lavagal, Flossie still seems like an incongruous name for a storm in Hawaiian waters.

    This...
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    Re: Local food cookbook

    I like this book:

    Hawaii's Best Local Dishes

    Also a selection of cookbooks here:

    http://www.mutualpublishing.com/catresult.aspx?categoryID=4
  10. Re: Anyone familiar with hawaiibookblog.com?

    I follow Hawaii Book Blogs on both Facebook and Twitter and have bookmarked their web page. I find them to be very informative and up to date on the local literary scene and other subjects pertinent...
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    Eddie Vedder new album 'Ukulele Songs'

    It can be heard here:

    http://www.npr.org/2011/05/25/136649054/first-listen-eddie-vedder-ukulele-songs?sc=fb&cc=fp
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    Re: gadget for reading pdf files?

    Amazon's Kindle can be used to read PDF files. The screen sizes are 6-inches and 9.7-inches. The base model is $139.00. I saw somewhere that Amazon is also selling older versions of their Kindle for...
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    Re: New Hawaiian Fiction

    I agree that this request for information on new Hawaiian fiction is vague. At the risk of listing something you have previously read or a genre you may not be interested in here is a list of some...
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    H-1 Rated 2nd Worse Bottleneck

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    Fortunately I do not travel H-1 on my commute but it seems that even during non-rush hour traffic is backlogged in this area.
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    Re: pickled onion recipe?

    Pickled Onions

    1 clove garlic, crushed
    2 small chili peppers, seeds removed and crushed
    3 medium round white or Maui onions, cut into 1-inch wedges
    1 tablespoon sea salt (Hawaiian salt)
    3/4...
  16. Re: 9th Avenue Bakery (Kaimuki): tea cake, anyone?

    Are you asking about Chinese tea cakes/cookies aka pake cakes? If you google pake cakes you will get several hits about those sold in Laie.

    To my knowledge Betty Shimabukuro has printed 2 recipes...
  17. Re: Catering suggestions- European/Mediterranean cuisine

    Here is another option. Don't know if she can accommodate your budget but it doesn't hurt to ask.

    http://www.hollyhadsellentertaining.com/
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    Re: Margaret and Helen

    I have been reading this blog ever since you first posted about it. Margaret is really funny and never fails to make me smile. I just noted that there over 1400 comments on her last post, seems they...
  19. Thread: NCIS on CBS

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    Re: NCIS on CBS

    At the end of last season the story took Gibbs, Tony and Ziva to Israel which ended with Gibbs and Tony returning to the US and Ziva staying in Israel. The very last scene (the cliff hanger) showed...
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    Re: So cool! Music makes the world go around.

    Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino and a young Paul Shaffer. Good ol' rockin' music, this video almost always gets me up and moving or at least my toes tapping.

    http://tinyurl.com/yb3wjqk
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    Re: Honolulu Stew

    Just to let you know, the gelatin in Jello is obtained from the hooves of animals. Jello is not a vegetarian friendly product. There are plant derived gelatin products available for "vegies".
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    Re: MJ mural at Kokua Natural Foods Market?

    Here is another link to some photos:

    http://jalna.blogspot.com/2009/06/tribute-to-michael-jackson-by-prime.html
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    Re: What are you currently reading?

    I need to re-read Kitchen, I love that book. I agree, her subsequent books are all right but not as good as Kitchen.
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    Dried fruit and fruit leathers, beef jerky, hard candy, tubes of peanut butter.

    Condiments such as Tabasco sauce, to make MRE’s more palatable. I have read that fast food packets of ketchup etc....
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    Re: "The Sounds of Sinatra"

    There is also a radio show called Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele. This is a locally produced show and can be heard every Sunday on KIPO, 89.9 from 5 to 6 pm. Not just Sinatra music...
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