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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Simple, yet satisfying meal that is served at popular plate lunch and food truck grindz!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Feeling a little adventurous?  Try this clever creation: Pineapple spam musubi. A dressed up version of our classic Spam musubi made with pineapple and macadamia nuts.  You get the sweet, salty, savory mix of flavors in this spam musubi twist.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A dish made popular by the many Filipino restaurants in town, you can now find this popular dish at many local take out restaurants and lunch wagons. Traditionally served with the flavorful rice stuffed in a paper thin egg omelet, this is a dish you will enjoy any time of the day.

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This recipe is a variation of a simple cake made by a coworker from Vietnam. He told me people there eat this cake as a side dish; it uses rice as a savory ingredient. I adjusted the recipe to make it a dessert. The rice absorbs flavors really well; boiling it in pineapple juice adds moisture and density....

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Just the thought of Adobo fried rice makes my mouth water...this is such a basic and much anticipated breakfast using leftover adobo from the night before.... chop up some adobo, fry up some eggs...add some of the sauce...  cya!  Feel free to add vegetables if you feel the need, but I like mine plain and simple...l...

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Posted By: Sid Alapai
A delicious local style Pipikaula Fried Rice dish. Enjoy!
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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

This dish is a very common one seen at many family get togethers, always seen at the neighborhood soccer game. When time is not on your side to make individual musubis for the gang, this is the way to go !

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