Aʻole pilikia (no problems), man. Such a pleasant exchange could take place only in Hawaii, and the reason for this sociability? Food almost certainly is involved, and it’s likely we’re talking chicken just pulled from the grill, topped with teriyaki and pineapple, and adorning a toasted King’s Hawaiian bun. In other words, an Aloha Chicken… Continue reading Hey Bruh, Mahalo!
Must be quite the occasion, as today introduces not just one, but two types of lumpia, a Filipino egg roll of sorts typically served at parties and at other celebrations. There’s the classic pork, carrot and water chestnut variety, pictured above on the right, and a newer crab, pineapple and ginger version from Hawaii, which… Continue reading Party Tonight in Quezon City
If it’s your good fortune to have relatives in Hawaii, there’s no question where the family picnic will happen each summer. What’s also assured is that one of the meals offered there will be the Sweet and Sticky Roast Pork with Sesame Noodles featured this week and as described in the June 2018 issue… Continue reading Maui Family Picnic
One will get you fifty that’s verbatim, the exact response Hawaiian cook Ernest Morgado received when he first prepared this dish for locals back in the Fifties. It was his take on teriyaki chicken, an old island favorite, marinated first in pineapple juice (among other things) to tenderize the meat and to add a flavorful… Continue reading Righteous Bird, Bruddah