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    dass disgusting! right there in da restaurant?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kahalabrah
    I was at Todai couple weeks ago! Happy Birthday Miulang! I ate so much I had to abort.
    Wasn't my burpday (was my kane's), but I know what you mean <urp> and I didn't even go back for seconds! What cracks me up about some people who eat there is how they stack their plates up high with king crab legs (about all they have on their plates). You spend all that time extracting so little meat...me? gimme da stuff that all I gotta do is pop in my mouth. I hear Bruddah Lurkah as a special "secret" to getting all that manini meat out of a crab leg wikiwiki, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miulang
    I hear Bruddah Lurkah as a special "secret" to getting all that manini meat out of a crab leg wikiwiki, though.
    he sticks it in a glass of meat tenderiser and sucks da buggah like a straw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miulang

    What cracks me up about some people who eat there is how they stack their plates up high with king crab legs (about all they have on their plates). You spend all that time extracting so little meat...me? gimme da stuff that all I gotta do is pop in my mouth. I hear Bruddah Lurkah as a special "secret" to getting all that manini meat out of a crab leg wikiwiki, though.
    First of all, it's obvious you're an amateur when it comes to eating crab because Todai only serves the skinny snow crab legs and not the bumbucha Alaskan king crab legs. And yes, there is a technique for getting the maximum amount of snow crab meat out from the legs, but mo bettah you just stick to eating sushi and leave the crab legs for me. And about eating all the different kinds of sushi they have there, the trick is to remove most of the rice from the sushi or you'll get full way too fast anden what, poho yeah if you get full by eating too much rice at a buffet with all that raw fish around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lurkah
    First of all, it's obvious you're an amateur when it comes to eating crab because Todai only serves the skinny snow crab legs and not the bumbucha Alaskan king crab legs. And yes, there is a technique for getting the maximum amount of snow crab meat out from the legs, but mo bettah you just stick to eating sushi and leave the crab legs for me. And about eating all the different kinds of sushi they have there, the trick is to remove most of the rice from the sushi or you'll get full way too fast anden what, poho yeah if you get full by eating too much rice at a buffet with all that raw fish around?
    Who taught you da technique? Moki? No worries, bruddah, I ate da poke to da max and dey had extra maguro on da side, so I wen whack up da fresh fish. Oni had about 6 pieces of sushi, mostly nigiri anyway because I like da fresh fish and not so much da "stuff" in da maki rolls. Whose bright idea was to put cream cheese in sushi anyway? You going let Panzo and me sit at your feet in LV so we can "apprentice" wit da expert?

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    A couple of cheeseburgers, onion rings and a bottle of water.

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    And for dessert? Chocolate mochi at Nori's Saimin and Snacks in Hilo Town. Chewy and chocolaty. Onolicious!

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    Yesterday? Chicken caesar salad from Costco. I actually didn't eat the chicken! Today? Combination teishoku (sashimi and tempura) from Kabuki in Aiea.

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    A couple of cheeseburgers and a bottle of water.

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    Pork shredded after roasting in a homemade chili verde sauce on tortillas and cheese with diet cola spritzed up with a half of meyer lemon that grows in the back yard. mmmmmmmm.

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    I stopped by Times Liliha. I was late in cooking something for MAMA. I usually don't buy any hot meals plates from Times but the line was long so I assume it was good. They had two on sale today. Mushroom Chicken or Roast Beef. The Plate comes with Mash Poato or Rice, Kernal Corn, soda or bottle water for $5.50 + tax The line goes fast. I ordered the Roast Beef w/ Mashed potato for MAMA. She loved it. Soft. The gravy...old style.

    I had fruit salad and fed Antonio his baby food.
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    Went to the Outrigger Canoe Club for the first time with my brother's girlfriend. It was like a girls day out thing. I just had a plain turkey sandwich, but I also tried some of her salad (I don't eat salad 'cause I don't like most dressing but her's was awesome, celery seed dressing) and I tried a bit of her mahi mahi sandwich (I don't eat tartar sauce, but the one they use there is also awesome, so surprising, I didn't even realize it was tartar sauce). I also drank something called a Henrietta, I guess the alcohol free version of the Henry. Just tasted like a yummy smoothie.

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    I had a "One Pound" Laulau at Kuhio Grille (on the Big Island) yesterday. No it was not a Wendell's Laulau, you know the one thats frickin' big. No desert in the Laulau either. Did have lots of luau leaf (Which I love). If you're on the Big Island, I would recommend it.
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    BBQ Chicken and Hamburger Steak and a couple of cups of Mountain Dew from Mahalo Hawaii BBQ (I took home the 2nd cup).

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    MAMA and I went to Peoples for Lunch. I've been doing great all week for my diet. I went off it for today. I wished I hadn't. I ordered the Squid Luau Plate with Tripe Stew, Lomi Salmon, Poi, & Kim Chee. I couldn't eat it all but my stomach feels weird. I got the sweats. MAMA ordered the Stew plate with Laulau and is fine. Must be my stomach...then again, I have a sensitive opu. Remember the raw crabs? I did order side lomi ahi. My fault.

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    I hit Big D's on Ualena Street near the airport (reviewed by Pzarquon here) hoping to catch the UH-Michigan State football game and get some studying done. I must have misunderstood the kickoff time or maybe Big D's didn't pay for the game, because instead all that was on was the Texas-OhioState game.

    Had a cold Corona and the house steak. The Corona was okay (I didn't learn until later that my favorite, Sam Adams, was on tap) but the steak was yummy. Tender, seasoned well, and brought to my table quickly.
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    Manapua, spring rolls and Mountain Dew from U-Choice Drive In.

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    Cheeseburgers and bottled water from the HCC Cafeteria.

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    I was fortunate and honored to be invited to lunch by a reader of of my Blog. Yep, a Reader! We went to "Golden Palace." When it comes to Dim Sum...I am dumb! She did all the ordering and it was all yummy. The dessert she chose was filled with black sugar. So much to choose from. I got full fast and we had left overs which I took home for MAMA. I don't know their names. All I can say is that they are dumplings that are filled with pork, vegetables, and other fillings either steamed or fried right in front of you. It was a delightful experience for Auntie Lynn of Chinatown! Like the saying goes..."you're never too old to learn new things!" or something lil' dat!

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    Chicken bake, polish sausage and a cup of Diet Coke from Costco.

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    This grosses a lot of people out, but those people have never been Boy Scouts. I had a can of pork and beans, right from the can at room temperature. One of my favorite quick lunches.
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    You never used your lighter to heat up the can? In the old days I used a streno stove to do that.

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