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    This is a traditional modern Hawaiian dish. It is perfect for those dog days of summer when you want a cool salad. ***NOTE*** Salted Salmon is also known as cured salmon. If it's not available at our supermarket, there is a recipe here Recipe #136947 that I have never tried, but looks just right! By the way, "lomi-lomi" meand massage-massage in Hawaiian, and that's what you do to make this salad.

    Recipe #360864

    This is a dish that combines two things that I really like... eggplant and pork hash. Pork Hash in Hawaii brings back memories of the hunabutta days (childhood) when the man in the manapua (steamed Chinese bun) man would come around and sell his wares, kind of like the ice-cream man in the states. But instead of getting ice-cream, one could get pork hash, half moon, manapua, fried noodles, candies, almond cookies and other stuff. Pork Hash is kind of like a meatball wrapped in a won ton wrapper. It is usually served with chinese mustard mixed with soy sauce. Coleman's dry mustard mixed with soy sauce is a close approximation, and is the recommended accompaniment to this dish. You could also use a chinese black bean sauce or a sweet and thick teriyaki sauce. Good eating!

    Recipe #360851

    This is a sweet and spicy Asian variation of Chex mix. There are times I have made this by the bucketful, and it still runs out at parties. I often give this out as Christmas or hostess gifts. <P>Be very careful. This party mix is HIGHLY addictive, very dangerous to keep around in big quantities and may result in some weight gain!<p>This recipe is a combination of a few recipes, one from foodgeeks.com and another from beanpaste.blogspot.com. It also has a few of my own personal touches. <p>

    Recipe #360282

    These tasty treats are the perfect end to a great meal. The cheesecake recipe itself is very simple, and the topping and crust are very versatile. Alternatives are listed below. <p> ***NOTE***DO NOT USE reduced fat cream cheese. This recipe doesn't seem to work well unless it's full of fat, full of guilt and full of flavor! ;)

    Recipe #360268

    The Okinawan sweet potato is a very special potato. It doesn't look like much from the outside (<a href="http://labofedibles.wordpress.com/2007/12/13/the-ugly-duckling-okinawan-purple-sweet-potato/">This site</a> calls it the ugly ducking of potatoes), but it is one beautiful and delicious spud! <p> This pie is a mixture of recipes from <a href="http://onokinegrindz.typepad.com/ono_kine_grindz/2004/10/okinawan_sweet_.html">Reid at Ono Kine Grindz </a> and my family's special shortbread recipe. <p> I would not use any other potato for this recipe. It IS labor intensive, but the pay off is so worth it! This should be a smooth, rich, mouth-watering treat. People always ask me to make this for them.<p> Cooking time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #359757

    From "Ofukuro no Aji" cookbook.

    Recipe #359711

    These delicious cookies are like snowballs in that when they are left out they disappear quickly. No, they don't melt, but it seems that they attract little menehune (Hawaiian elves) that just love to gobble them all up when you're not looking! Cooking time includes 30 minutes for cookies to cool off. Also feel free to play around with the extracts. I have used pineapple extract with coconut extract, coconut and banana, and butter, rum and vanilla. All have come out well!

    Recipe #359662

    This recipe was adapted from "What Hawaii Likes to Eat" and the frosting is adapted from a recipe by Teri Wahl. My family used to own a bakery, and these were the cupcakes we sold. There will be A LOT of frosting. Some may want to halve the recipe. We actually used a whole ice-cream scoop of frosting on top of the cupcake. This is the actual recipe for the bakery, so it makes 48 cupcakes.... it's easy to scale down to 12 but kinda hard just to do 6.

    Recipe #359646


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