This is from a U of Hawaii website. Evidently the kamaboko available in Hawaii is much larger that the crab sticks that are available in the US midwest, but I hope they will be an acceptable substitute. Since there is such a strong Japanese influence on the culture of Hawaii, I'm including this for ZWT 7.
This was the featured recipe on Rachael Ray today. I've been experimenting with cast iron cooking, so this adapted perfectly. (Rachael didn't use cast iron.) Plus, I had most of the ingredients already! Hubby called this "a keeper"!
A tropical cocktail(in this case a mocktail), usually made with orange, pineapple and cranberry juice with vodka, rum, tequila, Amaretto and orange liqueur. I have tweaked to make non alcoholic. Enjoy!
A refreshing dessert using light ingredients. It isn't as "creamy" as ice cream using heavy cream, but the flavor is good and it is only 3 WW points as written and only 2 WW points if using 1 cup half and half and 1 cup low-fat milk.
A nice party punch for Christmas or any time. (I have no idea why this has a Hawaiian title - one would think it should contain pineapple juice or something else more tropical... hmm, might have to add pineapple juice myself!!)
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