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    Default Hawaii the Quaker State

    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    My mistake in typing Twik instead of Twix and I did eat both bars on Friday morning.
    Ssshhhh, quiet. Don't tell Lavagal that. Way too much sugar.

    Today's Quaker Instant Oatmeal Maple n' Brown Sugar flavor with sliced Banana added in. Tastes like an apple-bannana pie! Can o' H.S. Lite Passio-Guava juice n' a Cup-o-joe.
    Last edited by Pomai; October 18th, 2005 at 09:44 AM. Reason: Sugar rush ruined my typing

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    one piece of dry crusty bread, the heel from the end of the loaf.
    half glass of water.

    Cat had one can of fancy feast, a heaping tablespoon of fresh ahi, and milk.

    Our dog had filet mignon served with a little gravy he likes me to whip up fresh from scratch. Only way he will eat his medium rare meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimo55
    one piece of dry crusty bread, the heel from the end of the loaf.
    half glass of water.

    Cat had one can of fancy feast, a heaping tablespoon of fresh ahi, and milk.

    Our dog had filet mignon served with a little gravy he likes me to whip up fresh from scratch. Only way he will eat his medium rare meat.
    Kimo brah, that pussy's got you truly and well whipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Miyashiro
    Kimo brah, that pussy's got you truly and well whipped.
    ain't it da troot.
    But now she sure likes to snuggle...

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    Default Cats N' Dogs gotta' eat too!

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Miyashiro
    Kimo brah, that pussy's got you truly and well whipped.
    I know the feeling.

    Kimo, just hope your wife or GF isn't the one eating the dog's Alpo.

    Also, that cat's Ahi better be Sashimi grade, or it's goin' to the dog!

    Try give the doggie some A-1 for the steak. Much easier than making gravy from scratch.
    Last edited by Pomai; October 18th, 2005 at 10:16 AM. Reason: Sugar rush ruined my typing

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    Various flavors of Quaker Oats Chewy Granola Bars and a bottle of water.

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    Up 'n early with Quaker Instant Oatmeal Banana Bread flavor with sliced fresh Banana added in. Can o' H.S. Lite Passion Orange juice n' a Cup-o-joe.

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    A few Granola bars and a can of Diet Coke. I would have gotten a can of Mountain Dew but my building's soda vending machine ran out of it so I took the Diet Coke instead.

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    Default They'rrrrrrrrrrrre Grrrrrrrrrrrreat!

    Kellogg's Frosted Flakes with slices of fresh Banana and Strawberry and 2% milk. The ULTIMATE breakfast combo!

    The beach is calling me today.

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    Cream of Wheat and a cup of coffee!

    Auntie Lynn
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    Cheerios with Vanilla Silk Soy Milk and Lion Vanilla Mac Nut coffee with stevia.

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    Every "normal" breakfast place was so crowded this morning that we ended up having dim sum at Doong Kong Lau (formerly in Honolulu but now in Seattle). We had har gow, hum bao, siu mai, gien doi, shrimp balls and fried shrimp rolls, all washed down with delicious jasmine tea.

    Miulang

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    Tuna sandwiches and a bottle of water.

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    Hot Pandesal w/ butter from Alfredo's Bakery on N. King Street and a cup of Kona Coffee from home...eaten with my Ohana!

    Auntie Lynn
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    a bottle of water.
    Helen, I'm getting concerned - are you well? All water and no Mountain Dew makes Helen ... I dunno ... healthier?

    For me today: bowl of Crispix, with sugar and vanilla soy-milk (thank you, Trader Joe's!), orange juice.

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    A couple of tuna sandwiches and a bottle of water.

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    1/2 cup organic milk, grilled cornbread & pog juice.

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    Baked manapua, spring rolls and a bottle of water.

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    A couple of sandwiches and a Super Big Gulp of Mountain Dew from 7-11.

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    Took the family to KJ's in Kaneohe for a "brunch". Hard to beat a New York steak and eggs breakfast for only five bucks. Not the thin, nameless cut most places offer for way more. Mel had the eggs and bacon for around $3.50. Each came with 3 eggs and 2 scoop rice. While we were at it, we ordered the $12 14 pc. fried chicken for dinner and 3 mini bentos at $2 ea. for "snack".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Rolling Eye
    Took the family to KJ's in Kaneohe for a "brunch". Hard to beat a New York steak and eggs breakfast for only five bucks. Not the thin, nameless cut most places offer for way more. Mel had the eggs and bacon for around $3.50. Each came with 3 eggs and 2 scoop rice. While we were at it, we ordered the $12 14 pc. fried chicken for dinner and 3 mini bentos at $2 ea. for "snack".

    Where is KJ's?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alohacandy
    Where is KJ's?

    Thanks!
    Ooops. Windward City Shopping Center, right at the bottom of the Likelike Hwy. Just go round back and they're right next to a sushi place. I think it was Genki Sushi. Across the ways from Ross.

    According to Cheap Eats, it's their fried chicken that's the draw. After having it, it's very homemade tasting, better than Zippy's and cheaper than Zippy's or KFC. The chicken is simply seasoned and dredged in flour and fried. No batter. Lots of crispy chicken skin. Kind of "okazuya" style. Gotta go early to get their chicken. They usually sell out before 2 pm. so forget about ordering it for dinner, although they do have some interesting and tasty items not normally found elsewhere.

    My wife has made comparable tasting chicken, but we'd go back for more only because it's cheap and we don't have to clean up a mess after cooking.

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    A couple of tuna sandwiches and a bottle of water.

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    McDonald's gut bomb: sausage mcmuffin, hash browns, orange juice.

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    A couple of oranges and some Capri Sun drinks.

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