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A simple local-style pasta with Portuguese sausage and a creamy tomato sauce.  You can have a nice dinner in 30 minutes!

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Simple and ono pupu (appetizer), perfect for sitting around the hibachi drinking beers with da bruddahs.  Easy to make ahead of time and grill when ready.

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A local twist on the classic chicken milanese... in this version, I use a chinese hot mustard-shoyu egg wash instead of the traditional dijon and top it with a teriyaki glaze.

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Beef tagalog or Filipino beef steak and onions... a simple and classic Filipino dish served with lots of rice!  I add just a hint of Hawaiian chili pepper to mine and oyster sauce in my version.

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I grew up loving sloppy joe's - This version is a slight variation with the addition of Portuguese sausage.  If you like spicy, try using a spicy sausage instead of mild.

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Delicately fried oysters tossed in an oyster sauce butter glaze - the perfect appetizer for oyster lovers!  This one will "Broke Da Mouth".

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Oxtail stew - now this is comfort food!  A really simple, hearty dish that requires little fuss and incredible flavor!

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Now that I'm grilling weekly, I wanted to come up with a simple pupu-style dish that I could serve quickly while sitting around the hibachi cooking for my guests.  The solution: a grilled pupu-sized sausage served on a grilled jalapeno, sitting on a thin crostini.

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Remember the days of bbq sticks - you know, the kind that we would order at carnivals or on the side with saimin.  This is my version of bbq sticks made with a ginger soy drizzle for extra flavor.

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Marinating chicken in coconut milk gives it a moist, tender, juicy result with a slight ginger-coconut flavor.  The chili glaze takes it to the next level. 

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A simple recipe with tons of flavor and very little preparation.  I am serving this for my Dad for Father's Day!

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A quick savory snack that you can put together in minutes!

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I love to make ice cream, especially when made with fresh fruit!  This recipe is extra creamy and smooth and I love the sharp contrast of the sweet mango with the tart strawberries!

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This dish is best made with leftover char siu chicken and day-old rice.

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Who doesn't love adobo or fried chicken?  This dish brings the best of both worlds together for a succulent fried chicken adobo!

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Buttery oyster sauce shrimp - I never new that 3 simple ingredients could create such an amazing dish!

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Crispy, sweet and sour - this is a Hawaii twist on the classic orange chicken stepped up with li hing powder.

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If you want flavorful, fall-off-the-bone, broke-da-mouth ribs, try braising them with this delicious island-style method.

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Chicken afritada is a classic Filipino stew that we grew up eating in Hawaii.  Sometimes hot dogs or spam are added to the stew.

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