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A great stir fry noodle dish using rice noodles, tofu and bean sprouts.  Simple, but full of flavor.  Make without eggs or patis to make this truly vegetarian.

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This is a super easy casserole thats even better than taco night - prepare ingredients, layer in casserole dish, bake and serve!  Add ground portuguese sausage to the ground beef mixture for and added island touch!

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This is a “clean your refrigerator” recipe. No tofu ? Add leftover cooked chicken, pork or beef. No spinach ? Substitute lettuce, any type of cabbage or leave it out. Leftover noodles or pasta, why not throw it in. Very tasty and flavorful.

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A wonderful summer time dessert treat. Serve as a salad or for dessert. <

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A wonderful recipe to make to share with your neighbors. I love to enjoy these Taro Rolls with Chinese Kau Yuk or Suckling Pig !

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There are many many versions of this popular pupu turned entrée dish. This recipe was created as a result of a plate lunch special I tried at a local food truck. As great as the traditional recipe, the flavors of lemon...

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A twist on the standard Spring Roll recipe. This version has the wonderful flavors or cilantro, patis, Thai basil; usually associated with Thai or Vietnamese dishes. Use your favorite dipping sauce or a Sweet Chili Sauce.

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A light and healthy version of a traditionally mayonnaise based dip. Great to serve with crudite.

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My friend’s grandmother’s ono “dim sum” style ribs. Simple to make, the result is tender, juicy and savory.

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An island version of a popular appetizer using fresh fish. This Tahitian Ceviche recipe is made using flavorful coconut milk.

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I recently was a judge at a “Burger” contest and this entry was provided by a non meat, non burger lover….I only wished we could have awarded her for this Teriyaki Chicken Katsu recipe.

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I continue to visit one particular take out restaurant with over a dozen locations in Oahu and locations on almost every island; for one item. Their teri burger is a winnah ! I love this recipe with all the flavors built in, no sauce required.

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I can never go to any of my favorite Saimin Stands without having at least one of two of these to enjoy along-side my saimin. I usually get one beef and one chicken. I like them a bit charred and crispy on the outside. A popular carnival item, plan on preparing lots of these Teriyaki Beef/Chicken Sticks as they will go quickly.

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This Thai Vinaigrette is a great recipe to keep handy in your fridge. Good served on mixed green salad or cold noodle salads.

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It’s quite known that locals here love Tail Gates. Any opportunity we have, perhaps since we don’t have a professional team here. I first had this dish at a pre Pro Bowl Tail Gate Party. I wasn’t convinced at first, but soon became a big fan!

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This recipe was created for a Thai themed pot luck party. After having a meal at my favorite Filipino restaurant and enjoying the Fried Pork Adobo, I tried to re-create that dish incorporating those wonderful Thai flavors.

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A light and refreshing summer salad served with a tangy, citrusy vinaigrette. Feel free to add apples, orange wedges, grapefruit, tangerine or mandarin oranges, carrots, red peppers....whatever you want.

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The Garden Court Restaurant Bleu Cheese Dressing - a sought after recipe from the restaurant originally in the Ala Moana Shopping Center’s Liberty House Department Store.

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A rich and creamy dish to serve as an starter course or as a main meal. Switch up the mushrooms to include any of your favorites or whatever is bountiful.

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Any type of mochi dish is a welcome addition to my family get-togethers. My younger sister Geri shared this recipe with us for New Years Day. A great disappearing pot luck dessert.

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A light and refreshing dish to enjoy as a side dish or a complete meal by adding grilled chicken or leftover steak. My neighborhood Thai restaurant prepares a very similar dish made very simply with cucumber and shredded cabbage.

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I enjoyed a similar salad to this Thai Soba Chicken Salad served at a famous buffet in Waikiki. On my way home, I stopped off at my neighborhood Asian Market for ingredients to re-create the yummy dish. All the familiar flavors of Thai cooking; served as a fresh, crisp and spicy salad. Don't be put off with the long list of ingredients as...

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A classic Thai curry. A very flavorful and satisfying dish. Serve over bowls of jasmine rice, Feel free to add additional curry paste to add more spice to your liking.

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A very simple chicken soup with distinctive Thai flavors. It is a comforting dish that is spicy, salty, sweet and sour. It is their version of your “cure a cold” soup. Feel free to add rice noodles and serve as an entrée.

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This Tahitian Lanai Banana Muffins recipe has to be one of the most popular recipes to share here in the islands. I received this recipe from 6 friends when I was writing my first cookbook. An item ...

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