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    Green salad sprinkled with a mixture of peas, edamame, bacon bits and finely shredded cheese topped with artichoke parmesan dressing. Boring, but easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stwahine View Post


    We went to have dinner at Blazin' Steaks on N. King Street. Located across Diners in Kalihi. It use to be Pizza Hut many years ago and then it was a Filipino Restaurant. The prices are reasonable.



    We ordered the 16oz. steaks for $10.00 each. Includes two scoop rice, toss salad and a soda. They slice the steak for you. It was tasty the only thing neba have much fat.heheheh



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    The picture doesn't show da kine fish they use.

    It's "Opakapaka!"

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    Cheeseburgers, salad and a cup of fruit punch from McDonalds.

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    I went to Mini Garden in the 99 Ranch Market food court. Ordered beef tomato with rice. It came without beef! Just tomato, bell pepper, and a tomatoey sauce on rice.

    I didn't complain. Whatever. It was fine. But I shoulda just went home and had the pot roast I made earlier today, even though I had it for breakfast and lunch.
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    Popcorn, hot dog and a cup of fruit punch at Dole Theater.

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    A whole mango~shame on me!
    Some tostitos scoops.
    Sparkling grape apple juice.

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    Chicken, gyoga and beer.

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    Made chicken and sausage pileau (also spelled purlo) of rice, chicken wings and portuguese sausage; a nice surprise to find how good local sausage tasted in this Low Country South Carolina special dish! Also had to have deviled eggs to eat during the game. What a GREAT team! Loved the Ha'a Dance! GO WARRIORS!!

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    Sushi, Ham, potatoe salad, peas salad, tempura, coke.
    I was invited to a friends house so there goes my nutrition plan for today. There's always tomorrow...wait, same friend invited me for lunch. I will take my own lunch.

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    Deep-fried boneless chicken, shrimp tempura, breaded fish filets, sashimi, noodles with bean sprouts, roll-ups, nishime, garden salad greens with mushrooms, bleu cheese, papaya seed dressing, lilikoi chiffon pie, ice cream, cinnamon rolls. Non-alcoholic beverages. The food partially offset the UH-UGA results.

    And, no, I didn't have to be called of the ledge. I don't bet on games and 12-1 is still a great season.

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    Kalbi ribs, cheese grits, blackeyed peas, yam chips. That's how we eat in the SOUTH ... um, south Oahu, I guess, lol!
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    dinner tonight was mostly leftovers from new year's eve dinner (cook is credited in parentheses for each dish):

    prime rib roast (me), dungeness crab, collard greens with ham hock (eric), potatoes fondantes (me), honey-orange glazed carrots (me), brown rice (mom) and strawberry cheesecake pie (costco), all enjoyed with edna vineyard's 2005 cab sav.

    all that food for only the four of us--mom, eric, mom's brother, and me. not that we're complaining, but we'll be eating leftovers until we fly out for home later this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericncyn View Post
    prime rib roast
    Woman, dat picture was all it took foa me dis morning! I woke-up MAMA, treated her to breakfast at Zippy's Vineyard den headed to Safeway Pali. ha ha ha Bought a great Prime Roast foa $9.10 on sale. Was $15.89 just the odda day! (Last year)



    HAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Yep! Now I'm headed foa Tamashiro Market and going pick up some "Live" Blue Crabs.

    Thanks foa a wonderful suggestion foa a menu on day 2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stwahine View Post
    Woman, dat picture was all it took foa me dis morning! I woke-up MAMA, treated her to breakfast at Zippy's Vineyard den headed to Safeway Pali. ha ha ha Bought a great Prime Roast foa $9.10 on sale. Was $15.89 just the odda day! (Last year)

    HAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Yep! Now I'm headed foa Tamashiro Market and going pick up some "Live" Blue Crabs.

    Thanks foa a wonderful suggestion foa a menu on day 2!

    Auntie Lynn
    *lol* auntie, the day i inspire you to do anything is a great day for me, indeed. if you're curious, the prime rib was rubbed with kosher salt (no mo hawaiian salt in portland), fresh ground pepper, and rosemary. my mom found the recipe for it and the potatoes fondantes (a jacques pepin recipe i had, coincidentally, seen on a rachael ray's holiday feast show) at the oregonian (portland newspaper) here.

    here are close-ups of the prime rib, potatoes fondantes, and collard greens. i wish we had taken a pic of the roast, pre-carving. it was a gorgeous thing!
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    superbia (pride), avaritia (greed), luxuria (lust), invidia (envy), gula (gluttony), ira (wrath) & acedia (sloth)--the seven deadly sins.

    "when you wake up in the morning, tell yourself: the people i deal with today will be meddling, ungrateful, arrogant, dishonest, jealous, and surly..."--meditations, marcus aurelius (make sure you read the rest of the passage, ya lazy wankers!)

    nothing humiliates like the truth.--me, in conversation w/mixedplatebroker re 3rd party, 2009-11-11, 1213

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericncyn View Post
    *lol* auntie, the day i inspire you to do anything is a great day for me, indeed. if you're curious, the prime rib was rubbed with kosher salt (no mo hawaiian salt in portland), fresh ground pepper, and rosemary.
    heheheh

    You INSPIRED me!!

    No kosher salt foa me. I use Niihau Salt.

    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    First, I rub the bugga down with butter. Den da Niihau Salt, fresh ground pepper, crushed garlic and my magic touch of Love and Aloha!


    Cover it up and pour the pan with water 1/4.


    Bake at 325 for 2-3 hours or wen you want it done.

    Auntie Lynn

    I forgot...I use 1 capsule of olive oil to pour on meat. Ok...2 capsules.heheheh
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stwahine View Post
    Woman, dat picture was all it took foa me dis morning! I woke-up MAMA, treated her to breakfast at Zippy's Vineyard den headed to Safeway Pali. ha ha ha Bought a great Prime Roast foa $9.10 on sale. Was $15.89 just the odda day! (Last year)



    HAHAHAHAHAHAH

    Yep! Now I'm headed foa Tamashiro Market and going pick up some "Live" Blue Crabs.

    Thanks foa a wonderful suggestion foa a menu on day 2!

    Auntie Lynn
    Siiiiiiiiiigh! You made me hopeful, so I made a run to Tamura, hoping they'd cut too many and had to mark them down. Nope, still over $30.00 for each of the three they had left. Hmmmm! Maybe I should go back early tomorrow and maybe I'll get lucky then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeterbess View Post
    Siiiiiiiiiigh! You made me hopeful, so I made a run to Tamura, hoping they'd cut too many and had to mark them down. Nope, still over $30.00 for each of the three they had left. Hmmmm! Maybe I should go back early tomorrow and maybe I'll get lucky then!
    heheheh

    I can imagine the traffic to Safeway Pali after I posted.

    The prices should come down tomorrow.

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    Noodles, pineapple chicken, mushroom chicken, egg rolls and a bottle of water from Patti's Chinese Kitchen.

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    All Pau...mahalo.

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    How do I get to Blazin Steaks from Hickam?

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    How do I get to Blazin Steaks from Hickam?
    K-den. I going make dis the best I know how.

    Come out of the gate. Stay on your right. Hmmmmm get on Nimitz Hwy.

    Make left on Waikamilo Road. Go all the way down till you come on the intersection of N. King and Waikamilo Rd.

    Make right on N. King Street.

    You will see the roof and sign of Blazin' Steaks!

    Mahalo foa the PM.

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    Double cheeseburgers and a cup of fruit punch from McDonalds.

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    Chicken Teriyaki, Sashimi, Shrimp Tempura Deluxe Dinner Plate from Hifumi at Chinese Cultural Plaza.

    Complimentary vanilla ice-cream.

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    Dinner? Hmmm...oh shoots, I forgot about it. Still working...

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