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    Cheeseburgers and a bottle of Diet Coke with Lime.

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    Avacado, bacon and clover sprouts on croissant. Iced green tea with Maui sugar.

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    Tuna melt. Med diet Coke.

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    Coworkers introduced me to Spicy Ahi & BBQ in Pearl City. Tucked in back of a cramped strip mall next door to a pet grooming salon and Blockbuster and offering an unimpressive view of the parking lot, this place turned out to be quite a gem for bright, fresh, well prepared and great tasting food. I had the chirashi, pictured above, which was basically a beautiful bowl of deliciousness. I was in heaven!

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    Wa-wa-woo! Looks so oishii.
    How are the prices there? I'll have to put that one under my "Must Try" list.

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    That was beautiful, PZ.

    Greek gyros plate to go. Hot tea with lemon (my office could double as a morgue), giant leaves of lettuce from Costco to up my greens quotient. It was good. Sometimes I just need lotsa protein!!!!

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    Cheeseburger and a bottle of water. Then later on (and maybe still going) leftover fun sized Halloween candy and a bottle of Diet Pepsi.

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    Cheeseburger, sushi and a fruit punch from McCully's Zippys. After a couple of hours there had a bowl of Portuguese Bean soup and another cup of fruit punch.

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    a corn dog and a small bag of sour cream & onion chips. forgot to pack lunch; had to buy whatever the ninth-graders were selling today.
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    Cheeseburger and a bottle of water.

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    Coworkers took me to lunch at Ideta Restaurant in Kalihi (620 Kohou St.). Considering my fondness for cozy, old-school, slightly musty Japanese eateries (I miss Wisteria!), I can't believe I've never been to this place. The sushi looked bright and fantastic, and the meal portions pretty generous for lunch. I went with the "Ideta Teishoku," with saba, chicken teriyaki, tempura, sashimi, shredded cabbage salad, Japanese-style potato salad (almost mashed), atsuyaki tamago (sweet egg omelet), and a round breaded something-or-other I didn't even have room to try. Delicious. Next time, I'm getting the tempura and sashimi combo.

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    Ideta has been a favorite of my family's and of mine for more than twenty years...I'm glad you liked it! Next time, give me a call...that's right in my hood. Uh, not during the workday, though, I guess.
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    Mini katsu curry w/brown rice & mac salad fr Sugoi. Officemade iced coffee.

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    Chicken salad sandwiches, some 100 calorie treats and a bottle of Diet Coke.

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    Haven't had it yet, but I'm calling Okata Bento for a Chicken Katsu Donburi in about 5 minutes.
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    Making a very large pot of Na'au Pua in my kitchen.

    Goes well with wet pipikaula and tripe stew.

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    Joy Cafe on Nuuanu Avenue: purple rice and pad thai (half-half) with red curry and garlic mahi. Diet Pepsi Max for its invigoration. A Dove dark chocolate mint caramel.

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    Brown rice with leftover home made curry (Japanese curry cubes, chkn, beef, carrots, onions, celery, 'taters), mini carrots, green tea.
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    Cheeseburger, chicken salad sandwich and a bottle of Diet Coke (with Lime I think).

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