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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Mike Irish - the owner of Halm's Enterprises, Keoki's Lau Lau & Diamond Head Seafood makes a local favorite: kalua pork (Hawaii's version of pulled pork), kim chee fried rice.  Watch this episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style!

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This is delicious served with hot rice and steamed veggies, but even better made into little sandwich wraps with Buttermilk Scallion Flatbread.  Recipe courtesy of Lori Ikeda from www.guavarose.com. ...

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Posted By: K. Taako

Sometimes I want a quick fix and this recipe gives me the comforts of oyakudon with very little effort!

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During the last couple of weeks, the weather remained pleasantly warm in the low to mid 80's.  It’s the exact kind of weather to make me think of home.  Warm sunshine, light breezes…make me feel like having… a waffle dog!

KC drive-in, now closed, was the place to go for a ...

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Posted By: C. Chang

Hokkien noodles use egg or yellow noodles and can be mixed with just about anything.

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Posted By: Santiago

Pork chops and gravy!!

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Another version of our Island Saimin.  This Okinawan version has a rich and delicious and clean pork broth. Feel free to prepare with either saimin, soba or udon noodles.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

They say that using day old rice makes fried rice taste better and for the most part I agree with that, but it also highly depends on the type of rice you have, how you cooked the original rice, how old it is, and how you like your fried rice.

 

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

One of my first jobs was at the first ramen shop in Honolulu. Today there are numerous popular ramen shops throughout the island. I had never heard of or seen "cold" ramen, but thought what an ingenious dish made specifically for the weather in Hawaii. Only to find out later from one of the chefs (who spoke no Englis...

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