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    Blazin steaks rice,salad and some sierra mist. Thanks for the directions! It was delicious!

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    Chicharon (Deep fried pork) den sliced thin mixed with fresh tomato and onions in savory sauce of patis.

    Served with hot steamed rice and side dishes of kim chee.

    Onolicious!

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    Slice of pizza, beef tornadoes and a cup of fruit punch from Sam's Club.

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

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    Noodles, pork, chicken and a bottle of water from Patti's Chinese Kitchen.

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    Chicken Cutlet, fries, salad, fruit cup, fruit punch and a serving of ice cream from LikeLike Drive Inn.

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    Triple dip chicken strips combo, chicken thigh and a cup of Mountain Dew from KFC.

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    we tried fat greek on waialae across from kaimuki city mill tonight. we shared the mussels (served cold with a light dressing of olive oil, capers, lemon & herbs/spices/aromatics), dolmades (rice & herb stuffed vine leaves). eric ordered the lamb shawerma and i got the lamb souvlaki. both were stuffed into warm pita bread and dressed with tsaziki sauce. plus bottomless soda, the meal came out to $30.00. portions on the apps were more than we expected; portions on entree were, IIRC, slightly smaller than can be had at greek corner at puck's alley. i think prices are within a couple bucks of each other, with fat greek being the more affordable. taste was quite good. it's an order at the counter and they tell you when it's ready place. but the joint is quite classy looking, what with a fountain in the al fresca dining area. in fact, if you check out the link above, you'll see that it looks nothing like it used to when boston pizza was there. despite the lack of a server, the staff and the owner were very friendly and welcoming. we'd definitely go there again.

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    Heh rice and chicken noodle soup

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    Fried noddles, sausages and a cup of Mountain Dew from Hungry Lion Inn.

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    Salmon tacos~ corn tortilla with a avocado,tomato, lime salsa, water an apple and a vitamin. At least that's what I want, no time now. I will have an apple, vitamin and water.

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    Chicken cutlet, loco moco, mac salad, and a cup of Mountain Dew from Mahalo Drive Inn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Chicken cutlet, loco moco, mac salad, and a cup of Mountain Dew from Mahalo Drive Inn.
    Ooooh, now that sounds awesome--except I'd need a Pepsi instead.
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    Egg noodles with fish balls and imitation crab meat. Added Hoisen Sauce too.
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    A couple of cheeseburgers and a cup of Mountain Dew from AAA Local BBQ Inn.

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    Fried rice, char siu, cole slaw, sushi and a bottle of Gatorade.

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    Last night, AbsolutChaos, Nalu, Cran, DiveDown, and I went to Maharajah Restaurant on South King Street near Hausten Lane. The wait was long for a table but it was worth it. It was my first time to eat Indian Cuisine. I can't smell, however, I can taste and everything tasted onolicious. I can't remember the names.heheheh The homemade bread is HUGE! They have their own Luau dish too! It was my favorite...reminded me of Beef Luau! Oh! The BBQ Chicken was baked in their special oven that starts with a T.

    AbsolutChaos has the pictures.

    I recommend Maharajah Restaurant!

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    I made french onion soup using Guy Buffet's recipe. Funny, I was talking
    with Glossyp last night and she was also making french onion soup as we
    were speaking! Cold weather food!

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    Uhhhhhh.....excuse me everybody!

    I made a mistake.

    The restaurant we went last night is called Maharani.

    Mahalo,

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    Plate lunch, manapua and a bottle of water from Patti's Chinese Kitchen.

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    Ratatouille, cheeseburger (backup for just in case) and a bottle of Diet Coke.

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    My wife gave Chicken Alice's recipe another shot last night (with, of course, Parks Brand kim chee sauce). She's still struggling with keeping the coating on the chicken, but in terms of flavor, it's just right. Ah, the memories!

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    Went to Tropical Smoothie Cafe last night for the LOST Party. I had a Chicken Cordon Bleu Wrap and a Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie. Both were onolicious!

    I'd rather be ... LOST


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    Pork adobo, fried rice and orange Gatorade from Golden Coin.

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    Ribeye steak, mashed potatoes and red wine from Gordon Biersch.

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