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    Correction: Layer of "cooked" hamburger and odda ingredients on first layer.

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    Auntie Pupule's Pot Roast Beef!







    Put the Roast in the Pot.
    Fry in oil on both sides with the following spices:
    salt, pepper, garlic powder, msg (optional)
    ginger and garlic
    till brown.

    Add water to cover meat and little bit ova. Use your judgment.

    Wat? I dunno how to make recipes! Das why dis is Auntie Pupule's Pot roast!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Add the following vegetables. No forget cut um.

    Carrots, celery, onions and bell pepper.

    Boil foa two hours or when meat is tender.

    Den add Potato

    Important: Add 1 cube chicken broth.

    And no forget the metal spoon!!!

    Serve over Egg noodles with da gravy thicken with corn starch.

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    Last edited by 1stwahine; June 27th, 2007 at 04:57 PM.
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    Last night at Kuhio Grill in Hilo, Hawaii.
    I'm still here. Are you?

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    My famous Gandule Rice. Someday, I share da Recipe.





    Auntie Lynn

    BTW: It's healthy. Get Kidney, Garbanzo, Gandule Beans and Olives. Plus, parsley and odda ingredients.hehehe
    Da only TING not healthy is dee Belly pork which can be replaced with Chicken. Must not forget dee RICE!
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    Lookin' Good, Auntie!

    Tonight we are having grilled chicken, marinated in Olive oil, chardonnay, garlic, fresh parsley and a little bit of honey. Seasoned with s+p, fresh lemon thyme. A grilled corn salad with pear tomatoes and candied red onions, and some flatbread. Small salad on the side.
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    omelet filled with taco meat and salsa on top.

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    Tonight was real easy, 2 ice cubes and a double of makers mark. Ate some crab dip and crackers.
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    Leftover Filipino food (from yesterday's take out)... pancit, intestines, tripe. Oh, and I made chicken curry (from a mix). Lazy day.

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    Nice weather seems to be paying a long-term visit to the PNW, so we grilled chicken skewers (marinated in pineapple-starfruit juice w/shoyu) and beef strips (with chili and garlic) along with onions; the beef and onions for later in the week. Also, Trader Joe's makes a good roasted potato salad (w/scallions, cheddar cheese & sour cream), so we heated some of that up.

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    Mom brought over some Chicken Papaya. I love my mom.

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    stuffed pork chops and steamed broccoli

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    Manila Clams from Tamashiro Market. I made Clam Soup with Lemon Grass, Ong Choy, tomato, Maui onion, lemon, and odda ingredients.

    Hamachi Poke from Poke Stop in Waipahu.

    Steam Rice

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    Teriaki chicken wings from KFC.

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    A 12-oz. prime sirloin, broccoli, salad bar, baked potato, and iced tea with lemon. Ruby Tuesday's at Windward Mall. Total bill was $31. Excellent service, adequate food (loved the salad bar the best), no wait for a table at 5:30pm.
    Only thing was, I went there because I'd been given a gift card to Ruby Tuesday's. Didn't find out until the meal was done that their gift card machine was broken. Good thing I had the credit cards with me.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    It was homemade beef, broccoli, rice and lumpia, some lumpia baked and some fried. Surprisingly, the baked wasn't bad.

    Dessert was strawberry/blackberry shortcake, pretty good to burp.

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    Baby back ribs, BBQ chicken, some sides and a bottle of water from Tony Roma's Express at Ala Maona Food Court. Went to Dairy Queen afterward for a Blizzard.

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    half the spring rolls and half the combo pho from bac nam. the beau ate the other halves, plus all the lemon beef salad that we also ordered. he was really hungry but my tummy's been very fussy.
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    Prime rib, fried rice, carrots, mac salad and a bottle of water.

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    I made bread in the bread machine...granary flour, white flour, yeast, salt, milk, two scoops sugar, two eggs, wheat bran, and two big scoops butter. I got carried away and so there was too much dough, so I took half of it out to make pizza. Pizza with sauerkraut and hotdogs and pizza sauce and cheese...YUM!

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    Prince plate from Patti's Chinese Kitchen and a cup of Diet Coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Prince plate from Patti's Chinese Kitchen and a cup of Diet Coke.
    hmmmm. Is there no Mountain Dew at Patti's?

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    Grilled Salmon with Ginger-Orange Mustard Glaze
    Asparagus
    Steam Rice

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    Spaghetti and meatballs

    I was cleaning out my freezer, and found leftovers. I hope it's still good... we'll see.

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    Veggie nachos and a glass of wine at the Harbor Pub...with friends.

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    chicken cordon bleu made in a crock pot.

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