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    A Luau to Remember

    We had a surprise luau for my husbands 35th birthday and these are some of the recipes I used. They were all wonderful. We served it with salad and hawaiian rolls- a perfect menu! I've recently added some other Hawaiian recipes to this cookbook that I have not tried.

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    This recipe came from a friend. The muffins are moist, taste great, and they freeze well.

    Recipe #35244

    This cake is Very tasty!Great for all pineapple and coconut lovers! I got this out of a Taste of Home magazine, Jo Ann Fox sent it in. This cake has replaced the family "Birthday Cake" recipe that my MIL makes. Hope you enjoy it

    Recipe #42817

    My Brother sent me this recipe. He retired from the Navy and was stationed in Hawaii for 8 months. He loves to cook. Enjoy!

    Recipe #35505

    Roy Yamaguchi's national chain of Hawaiian fusion restaurants serves a martini that will have you singing "Tiny Bubbles" with your imaginary monkey friend Cecil. Whole bottles of Skyy vodka, Stoli Vanil, and Malibu rum are dumped into a giant decanter along with some sugar and pineapple chunks. After three days, when all the hunks of pineapple are floating, the cocktail's ready to be served -- shaken, not stirred -- in a chilled martini glass. Prepare in advance of your next swinging cocktail party since the recipe makes around 36 drinks.

    Recipe #34064

    Recipe #8820

    A combination of lemonade, pineapple, apricot and Ginger ale. Great non-alcoholic drink for your next Luau!

    Recipe #32098

    I serve this in fluted champagne stemware. Elegant and tastes divine.

    Recipe #30029

    9 Reviews |  By bert

    These are wonderful.

    Recipe #23935

    Oh my goodness!!! Totally worth all of the work! Everyone ALWAYS asks for and ALWAYS loves!!

    Recipe #149243

    These are great-tasting.

    Recipe #94837

    A recipe from my Mr. Yoshida's Fine Sauces Cookbook which I haven't tried yet. This could be chicken kabobs: cut the chicken into cubes and thread on soaked skewers with fresh pineapple cubes. I'd serve this with rice, grilled corn on the cob, grilled tomato halves, and garlic bread. Preparation time includes 30 minutes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #112278

    Chad here. This rice is what I learned how to cook when I lived for awhile in Hawaii and I used to eat it weekly. Suuuuuuper good!!!!! The Aloha Shoyu brand soy sauce I highly recommend to use ... I have used other brands but it doesn't quite have the same taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #109317

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    These mouth watering, glistening, finger licking good ribs are most popular dish served at Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows' Canoe House restaurant in Hawaii. They are listed on the menu as a pupu, or appetizer, they're often ordered as a mountainous entree and gnawed down to a hill of bones.

    Recipe #94433

    1 Reviews |  By Poker

    This is a very light dessert & it's great for parties --Great for those big barbecues! Its kinda like a Jello dessert--there's always room for this!

    Recipe #65054

    Here is an easy rice side dish.

    Recipe #179346

    2 Reviews |  By txgammi

    I love the flavor of coconut but am not crazy about flaked coconut. This recipe gives me just what I love! Terrific when served with fresh fruit slices, graham crackers, and/or graham sticks. Cook time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #85381

    The marinade is the key to these great kabobs. They only need 1 hour in the refrigerator to marinate.

    Recipe #32503

    Funny how adding pineapple to any dish makes it "Hawaiian" but hey, that's the name it had when I got it. A really nice twist on fried rice.

    Recipe #144625

    I really enjoy the sweet and sour flavor on a variety of foods (pineapple and green pepper just go together well esp. with vinegar and sugar). I have already submitted my sweet and sour pork chops, so here it is for the beef.

    Recipe #93468


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