Dan(da haole guy) wrote:Aloha..haupia!!! *drool*..& our local Hawai'ian grinds place is closed on Sundays..curse you, RR...got a friend going to Maui soon & maybe i can prevail upon him to return with malasadas..i don't believe haupia travels well (it sure do wiggle tho!)..this is OT (really??) but what about banana/macadamia nut pancakes with coconut syrup? *da kine supa-whole body drool*
I can walk you through haupia easy. You barely need to know how to cook. The other stuff, not so sure about. (All my knowledge of island cuisine came from working at a restaurant on the mainland, owned by 3rd generation Japanese-Hawaiians.)
Back onto topic though, we've got a place in town that does marvelous nachos. Chips. A MOUND of chips. Cheese. A MOUND of cheese. Melt. Top with any/all of the following:
Beans - black or
Meat - chicken, shredded chicken, tofu, taco beef, or
shredded beef (or none of the above)
Salsa - mild, medium, hot (fresh made - the mild is raw, uncooked, pure...yum)
JalepeÃ±o (again - raw, not cooked, not pickled, pure and diced)
Doesn't get much better.
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