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    Angus steak-burger and chicken fries from Burger King, with an iced tea.
    (Not Mountain Dew for me... sorry, Helen!)

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    Wild Ginger (Asian restaurant in Seattle)'s "Seven Element Soup" --- thin egg noodles in a coconut-curry broth, with chicken, cilantro, scallions, crispy egg noodles and a dollop of sour cream and spices on top.

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui
    Angus steak-burger and chicken fries from Burger King
    Whatever you do, don't order BK's new Swiss N' Shroom Burger. The WORST Mushroom Burger I ever had. Bleck.

    Plain Friday for me. S&S Saimin and Juice.

    "S&S" must be an acronym for "Sustenance & more Sustenance"

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    Grilled cheese sandwich and a can of Pepsi.

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    New England Clam Choowwdaah!
    Lovena

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastCoastTropics
    New England Clam Choowwdaah!
    Good soup! The chowder pot makes for a very yummy brew....

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    I was at the bowling alley watching the keiki so I had a fast snack of seasoned curly fries and an extra large soda (Mountain Dew Code Red). I know, what a lunch!

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    Plate lunch, a baked manapua and cup of Mountain Dew from U-Choice Drive Inn.

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    Port. Bean soup and Bread with Butter. Water. Mmmmm. Perfect for a Sunday. Tonight moa ono. Tomarrow moa betta!

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    Was desperate....cold spam on Roman Meal bread with mayo, hunk of cheese and water.

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    Not so much lunch, but we had kalua pig at Bob's BarBQ at Dillingham & Waiakamilo. Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurquoiseDuck
    Was desperate....cold spam on Roman Meal bread with mayo, hunk of cheese and water.

    What? You at OTripleC?

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    Cheeseburger, a bottle of water and some Granloa Bars.

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    Pan Fried Pork Chops, Cream style corn, Hot steam rice, and fresh mushroom gravy. My son and son-inlaw making it a delightful habit to check on MAMA, Antonio and me!

    I love to cook.

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    Default Pass the A-1

    Medium-Low Carb lunch: Broiled Ribeye Steak with Canadian Seasoning and butter sauteed garlic mushrooms. A-1 Steaksauce. No starch, no veggies. H.S. Passion Orange juice. Fresh sliced mango after lunch.

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    Default Re: Pass the A-1

    Quote Originally Posted by Pomai
    Medium-Low Carb lunch: Broiled Ribeye Steak with Canadian Seasoning and butter sauteed garlic mushrooms. A-1 Steaksauce. No starch, no veggies. H.S. Passion Orange juice. Fresh sliced mango after lunch.
    Pomai:
    What's with that Canadian seasoning I see on the Costco shelves? What the heck? I've looked at the label and see "banana" in there. Also, is it the same as "Montreal" seasoning? If they are so special why don't steak houses emphasize or offer these flavorings.
    Mouth watering minds wanna know!

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    Default Great Steaks North

    Quote Originally Posted by lavagal
    Pomai:
    What's with that Canadian seasoning I see on the Costco shelves? What the heck? I've looked at the label and see "banana" in there. Also, is it the same as "Montreal" seasoning? If they are so special why don't steak houses emphasize or offer these flavorings.
    Mouth watering minds wanna know!
    Glad you asked!

    Ever try the $6.50 BBQ Steak plate they sell at Foodland Koko Marina every Thursday? I asked the guy grilling what the seasoning was and all he said was "secret". Wouldn't budge!

    So I seen that Grill Mates Montreal Seasoning in Costco (what I mistakenly called Canadian seasoning earlier). Thought, hmmmm, I wonder? So picked it up and gave it a try.

    Sure enough... that's the one! If not the same, BETTER than Foodlands! In fact, some friends have said the steaks I served them with it was better than Ruth's Chris. Wow.

    Pick up a good cut of steaks such as rib eyes, brush some Extra Virgin Olive Oil on 'em, then simply season 'em liberally with the Montreal Seasoning. No need chop garlic or add salt and pepper or anything. Just give the Montreal a shake! You can also add a little Shoyu for that local touch. Grill on HOT coals to desired doneness (medium rare preferably). You can broil or sautee them, but GRILLING is the best.

    So easy!

    Trust me, the $6.00 spent on that huge bottle of seasoning will go a long way and make the steaks eaters in your home craving more. (the one shown in the link is the smaller consumer size)

    So good you won't even need sauce. Still, I gotta' have my A-1!

    But sshhhhhh. don't tell too anyone the secret!

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Panda Express; chicken-mushroom and orange chicken.

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    A teri burger from the odd restaurant inside Macy's downtown, "The Gazebo."

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Polish sausage and Diet Coke from Costco.

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    Polish sausage and Diet Coke from Costco.
    didja get kraut with it? Iwilei? Hawaii Kai? Ka Uka? Didja get a free refill? ELABORATE!

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Costco's chicken ceaser salad and a water.

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    Default Re: What's for lunch - Chapter 6

    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    Costco's chicken ceaser salad and a water.
    of few words, aren't you Helen?
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    Default No Nano-sized lunch here

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    Hand Sandwiches: Choice of Roast Beef, Salami, Turkey & Tuna, Egg and Chicken Salad
    Grilled Zucchini & Mushrooms
    Coconut Shrimp Skewers
    Thai Beef Skewers
    Fresh Sliced Fruit
    Choice of Tossed Greens, Potato and Pasta Salads
    Vanilla Ice Cream Cones
    House-made Chocolate Chip Cookies and Brownies, Carrot Cake
    Ice Tea, Bottled Perrier Water

    Crossing fingers to win 1 of 3 iPod Nano's.

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    Went to the Asian Bay Japanese Restaurant for lunch today! Ono! I had a cup of green tea, Sashimi plate and Nabeyaki Udon. I ordered take-out of Chicken Katsu for dinner tonight!
    Lovena

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