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    Left over hamburger steak, brown rice and corn. Not bad... cheaper than buying a plate lunch.

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    Roast duck and char siu on cake noodle from Wong Kwok HomeTown Noodle House (2 N. Hotel). For dessert, mango ice bubble tea from Hula Boba a few blocks down.


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    Double Cheesburger, Chicken McNuggets and a Diet Coke from McDonalds.

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    Half slab Tony Roma's baby back ribs, corn on the cob, fries. I neva like eat da rice. Too full already. Urp. Zzzz.
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    Subway - Spicy Italian 6", Cheetos, Dr. Pepper - too rainy/windy to go far from the office for anything more "complex."

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    Kalau pork and cabbage plate lunch from U Choice In. Followed by a manapua, spring roll and cup of Mountain Dew.

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    Black bean chicken and spring rolls from U Choice In.

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    Half a Chicago Southsider wrap and a diet Pepsi from Safeway. I'll have the other half of the sandwich for dinner!

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    Very nice big house salad with mixed yuppie greens, cannelini beans and some kind of rosemary vinegrette, a Ciro pizza (thin crust, fresh tomato sauce, prosciuto, parmesan grana, mushrooms, basil, fresh mozzarella), and half a cannoli for dessert from Tutta Bella.

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    Mad Pizza with the Steering Committee of Seattle `Ukulele Players Association (SUPA.)

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    Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, mixed veggies and a bottle of water.

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    Went back to Zen Sushi at 1111 Bishop Street, site of Scrivener's recent downtown lunch. I had the teriyaki donburi (teri beef and mushrooms, egg on rice, topped with kamaboko and furikake) and miso soup for $5.

    This week is the official grand opening, which meant a free gift: a piggybank to commemorate the Year or the Golden Pig... apparently a special year in the Chinese zodiac that comes around every 600 years. Included a $1 rebate in quarters.

    So, a Korean guy taking on Japanese cuisine, celebrating a Chinese tradition. I love Hawaii!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzarquon View Post
    So, a Korean guy taking on Japanese cuisine, celebrating a Chinese tradition.
    Well done, Ryan.
    As for my lunch, it was a KFC Famous Bowl. Ergo, a haole guy, eating haole cuisine, celebrating a haole tradition.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Parmesan eggplant sandwich with a nice pea (not pee) salad from the Italian place in the Remington College building.

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    Spicy chicken lemongrass vermicelli and spring roll from Saigon Restaurant.
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    Currently eating a Chicken Cup of Noodles, a bag of Funyuns with Wasabi and a bottle of Mountain Dew from the HCC Bookstore.

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    Two slices of Papa John's chicken and mushroom pizza. Sometimes, you just have to have a couple of slices of pizza.
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    Teri chicken, brown rice, mixed veggies and a bottle of water.

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    Nothing like a hot bowl of pho on a cold California day.

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    Chicken salad and Tuna salad sandwiches and a can of Mountain Dew.

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    Dim sum from Mei Sum on N. Pauahi St. Good thing we went early, there was a wait by noon. Not bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    Sometimes, you just have to have a couple of slices of pizza.
    Lunch during a work meeting: a personal pizza from a nearby deli, with bacon bits, blue cheese, and red onion.

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    After dodging the snowflakes to go to the Verizon store to look at new phones, a Cubano sandwich at home.

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    Hamburger Steak and Chicken Katsu plate lunch and a cup of Mountain Dew from Mahalo Drive Inn.

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    Went to Ward Stadium 16 Theatres for a mid-day showing of "Happy Feet." We thought it was an 11:30 a.m. movie, but it was 12:15, so we headed downstairs for lunch. There were 40 minute waits at Bucca di Beppo and Big City Diner, so we went into Wolfgang Puck's instead.

    I don't recall being very impressed before, but I liked what we ate today... fresh baked pepperoni and mushroom pizzas. Nicely sized, crisp and tasty. The kids loved watching the guy toss the dough and spread the pesto sauce (instead of tomato sauce), and my daughter loved dipping the crust in olive oil more than the pizza itself.

    A better choice, possibly, than the hotdogs and nuclear nachos I was planning on eating... for about the same price!

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