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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Ogata
    I'm trying to watch my girlish figure.
    Yeah, so am I, but the "girl" is Roseanne Barr. Or Kirstie Alley. Or Anna Nicole, back in the day.

    That's why I thoroughly enjoyed my loco moco with extra gravy today. Damn the calories... full speed ahead!

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    Noodles, Orange Chicken and Black Bean Beef at the L&L Drive Inn in Kapaa. Also had a large Mountain Dew.

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    Whoa - long time I neva post! So I'll start with my favorite subject - food!
    After all the Christmas goodies, back on diet again. Spinch Salad, vinegrette dressing. Diet Coke.
    So long...and thanks for all the fish!

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    Leftovers:
    Homemade roasted eggplant lasagna and homemade Italian wedding soup with meatballs. My neighbor blessed me with an abundance of eggplant from her garden. The week previous I gave her three pounds of shrimp from work. It's nice to treat your neighbors, especially during the holidays!

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    fried cheddarwurst sausage, homefried potatoes and a half gallon of whole milk...i've finally started cooking meals again, and only after 4 months in my new place...
    Don't be mean,
    try to help.

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    Today was the employee appreciation Christmas luncheon at my office. Barbeque ribs, fried chicken, cornbread with butter and honey, baked beans, and of course rice, mac salad, and mixed greens. For dessert, two "chocolate fountains" with fruit, pretzels and chips for dipping, and a "sundae station" with all the fixings.

    I was actually part of the organizing team, so I worked up an appetite in setup and staffing... then gorged myself silly after everyone left at about 3 p.m. I think I can skip dinner tonight!

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    Pork cutlet, brown rice, cooked mixed veggies and a bottle of water from the HCC Cafeteria.

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    Started off the year right, with leftovers! Chicken curry and rice. Simple, but hearty and filling.

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    Grilled cheese and tomato soup and drink was bottled water. It's been COLD here in Southern California. Raining the last few days with a good amount of wind, not that I'm complaining as I like the rain. Makes for cozy nights in bed.

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    Tried the new Auntie Pasto's in Kunia. Food was okay but boy do they need to clean that place! The crew from the night before obviously didn't clean up and the morning crew must not have bothered. Not a good sign for what is really a brand-new restaurant. And, I'm no clean freak having been known to eat grub (grubs too sometimes!) from street vendors with questionable sanitation practices. I just expect a better standard of cleanliness from this type of restaurant.

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    Kilinahe and I were invited by glossyp to check out Tapioca Express, a little spot across from the Convention Center. (a few blurry cameraphone photos starting here!) The parking isn't bad, just tricky to find. The food, on balance, was pretty good. Right next door to XO and a few other eateries, I wish it luck in carving out a space for the "snack and lounge" crowd (the place had big comfy couches and free wi-fi).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzarquon
    Kilinahe and I were invited by glossyp to check out Tapioca Express, a little spot across from the Convention Center. (a few blurry cameraphone photos starting here!) The parking isn't bad, just tricky to find. The food, on balance, was pretty good. Right next door to XO and a few other eateries, I wish it luck in carving out a space for the "snack and lounge" crowd (the place had big comfy couches and free wi-fi).
    The mochiko chicken in particular was really good - crisp, moist and tender without being greasy. The kalbi was also good featuring boneless meat and the marination was a bit tangy and not too sweet.

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    local kimo style tacos:
    Hot corn tortillas, fried with a lil butter.

    add guacamole
    cheese.
    sour cream.
    radishes.
    half a habanero chile
    HOOO da hotchachaaa!


    a few days ago:
    Sam Choy's x from gentry.
    crab cake sandwich.
    begged off on da salad and clam chowder.
    ya notice some o da grindz goin downhill at San Choy's Nimitz?

    salad is old looking. Cuz, now, they shake it outta da bag from costco. no mo fresh kine.
    and da chowder, useta be smooth, not too thick and fresh.
    Now, it's off color, and so thick, it's almost dry.
    too bad.

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    Pasta, brown rice, mixed veggies and a bottle of water.

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    Cheese pizza with teri-sauce
    Listen to KEITH AND THE GIRL

    Stupid people come in all flavors-buzz1941
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    Corned beef and cabbage. I couldn't wait for St Paddy's Day.

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    Pork cutlet, mashed potatoes, veggies and a bottle of water.

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    Stuffed chicken, brown rice, mixed veggies and a bottle of water.

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    A couple of tuna sandwiches, soft chew cookies and a bottle of water.

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    whoa, long time I neva post.....

    leftover BBQ chicken sandwich, iced green tea.
    So long...and thanks for all the fish!

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    Double hamburger with cheese, fries and a medium fruit punch, followed by a frosty at Wendy's.

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    Sausage and mushroom pizza from Magoo's Pizza.

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    To celebrate Chinese New Year, we went to Doong Koong Lau and had their special Monk's food and some of our favorite dim sum: hum bow, ha gow, siu mai, jin doi, roast duck, beef chow fun, and sweet bean buns washed down with hot tea. Doong Koong Lau is right across the street from a Gold's Gym, so as we were pigging out, we were watching people going through their paces on the treadmill.

    Miulang

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    Today was our daughter's eight birthday party. A picnic in the park. Thank the gods the weather was just right, after a week of biting nails. We had hot dogs (Costco of course), my wife's vegetarian chili, her salsa with chips (Costco again), some herb chicken wings, drinks, and of course a birthday cake. Others brought snacks.

    A great day, but I'm beat, and I think a little sunburnt!

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    Munching on leftover manapua from a coffee hour and a sipping on a bottle of water.

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