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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    i'm pretty sure it's every day. i think but am not sure they have breakfast bar on til 9:30 am at least. couldn't find evidence of the hours after a five minute google and bing.

    that...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    let's try this again.

    we got out of bed quite early considering how late we'd been out last night (which explains why i'm going to nap right after posting) so we decided to head to whole foods for...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    deleted....pic links not working and since we're need to get to chinatown, i'll just have to try again later. :(
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    i took inspiration from a traditional okinawan champuru and made a scramble of bittermelon, tuna and tomato over brown rice. given bittermelon's health benefits and the fact that i didn't use oil,...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    steel cut oatmeal with blackberries and an apple banana, dotted with a bit of agave syrup and dusted with cinnamon. eric brought me breakfast in bed! i'm in love!
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    thot twould be inconvenient for you. besides, as good as that brunch was, i know you get better prosciutto and ratatouille where you're at!

    brunch today was zaru soba for me. eric ordered salmon...
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    Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 2

    on kamehameha day, eric and i walked from our kaimuki home to town restaurant on waialae and 9th for breakfast.

    we enjoyed an iced coffee (good coffee, btw) as we waited for an egg-in-hole with...
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