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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Kev Bailey on Mon Jan 25, 2010 9:39 am

Guys, amusing as it is, this is off topic banter so I'm moving it so you can carry on there, if you wish.

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  fiona on Mon Jan 25, 2010 10:25 am

Doesn't matter much where you put it, Kev, but this post sure has made me hungry!

Can I justify Guava Chicken for breakfast?





Am off to google "lava lava"

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  bonsaistud on Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:19 am

G'day Tim...

I'd like to see the Kalua Pork recipe...

And, I'll bet the Guava would work with pork chops...what say you?

I have two GrandGrandDaughters...yes Grand, not Great. On the other hand...they are pretty great as well. But back "on topic". I have two lovely Hawaiian GrandGrandDaughters. Their other grandfather is from Kauai. Their GrandMother is English, and he is Hawaiian/Japanese.

G'day to ya...

Pat...mounted on my trusty steed riding off, wildly, in all directions...

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Hawaiian77 on Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:13 pm

Kev Bailey wrote:Guys, amusing as it is, this is off topic banter so I'm moving it so you can carry on there, if you wish.

Sorry about that Kev, I was wondering when someone would say something. Embarassed It was doing fine untill food came into the topic. Mahalo for understanding. When it comes to food, it's hard to stop an "Hawaiian". lol!

Cheers & Aloha,

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Kev Bailey on Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:28 pm

No problem Tim, I'm also enjoying the foodie stuff.

I always thought Lava Lava was a type of pahoehoe, until I looked it up!

Love the sig line, which is sometimes hugely appropriate for this forum! Wink

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Hawaiian77 on Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:50 pm

bonsaistud wrote:G'day Tim...

I'd like to see the Kalua Pork recipe...

And, I'll bet the Guava would work with pork chops...what say you?

I have two GrandGrandDaughters...yes Grand, not Great. On the other hand...they are pretty great as well. But back "on topic". I have two lovely Hawaiian GrandGrandDaughters. Their other grandfather is from Kauai. Their GrandMother is English, and he is Hawaiian/Japanese.

G'day to ya...

Pat...mounted on my trusty steed riding off, wildly, in all directions...

Howzit Pat,

The Kalua Pork recipe is easy..... one pork butt, I know you don't have "Luau" leaves so you can use spinach instead, salt and pepper to taste and a slow cooker. Now, salt and pepper the pork butt, put pork butt in slow cooker. Now this is the thing, stuff luau/spinach leaves all around the inside of the slow cooker around the pork butt as much as you can but make sure you can close the cover. The leaves will cook down so put as much as you can. So this is what I do, in the morning (05:30) I put it all together and turn it on on "LOW" and go to work. When I come back home the whole condo smells of Kalua Pork!!!!!!!! Dance If can, 09-10 hours is good.

Now about the "Pork Chops". You can use the same marinated with the pork chops and it'll be great!!

Congrats on you GrandGrandDaughters!! Very Happy They must be really cute!!

Tim...mounted on my trusty whale riding off, Bouncing all over the place with his "Kalua Pork" Very Happy

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Hawaiian77 on Mon Jan 25, 2010 4:06 pm

Kev Bailey wrote:No problem Tim, I'm also enjoying the foodie stuff.

I always thought Lava Lava was a type of pahoehoe, until I looked it up!

Love the sig line, which is sometimes hugely appropriate for this forum! Wink

BTW Kav, I like your website...... Let me know when the "Bonsai In Japan" DVD is out. I would like to buy. Much Mahalo!!

Cheers & Aloha,
-Tim

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  bonsaistud on Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:16 pm

G'day Tim...

Mucho Mahalo! (mucho Latino influence around here).

Will try both recipeis...couple of weeks or so...

As to GrandGrandDaughters...they are beyond cute. The first turned 27 last week...her sister is 25.

Again...Mahalo!!

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Re: Aloha From Maui, Hawaii

Post  Hawaiian77 on Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:48 am

bonsaistud wrote:G'day Tim...

Mucho Mahalo! (mucho Latino influence around here).

Will try both recipeis...couple of weeks or so...

As to GrandGrandDaughters...they are beyond cute. The first turned 27 last week...her sister is 25.

Again...Mahalo!!

Pat...mounted on my trusty steed riding off, wildly, in all directions...

Let me know how it turned out!!

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