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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-03-11 4:20 pm   Permalink

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On 2006-03-11 05:08, woofmutt wrote:

"[i]Edamame...Green soybeans in the pod.



I agree. These are really yummy, and like chips, they can get kinda addictive, though much healthier than chips.

And it's funny that someone named "woofmutt" would post this suggestion because my dachshund Pago Pago just goes crazy over Edamame!



 
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pappythesailor
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From: Mass.
Posted: 2006-03-11 6:16 pm   Permalink

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On 2006-03-11 05:08, woofmutt wrote:
Heres my suggestion as posted in the thread What food do you serve at your tiki bar?

"Edamame...Green soybeans in the pod. You can buy the frizzed bags of them at Asian grocers and usually in the health food section of big grocery stores. Dump a bag into boiling water, boil 'til the beans is hot (not cooked), give 'em a quick rinse in cold water (just to cool 'em down a bit so they don't bite fingers), dump into some swell monkey pod bowl you bought but never used for anything and sprinkle big salts over the top. Have another bowl for the shells. They're easy as heck to make...Even with a buzz on...And everyone I've served these to have loved 'em."



Mmmmm... All the savory goodness of lima beans but with a funnier name. Soybeans-- A Polynesian favorite since 2004!


 
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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-03-12 08:31 am   Permalink

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On 2006-03-11 18:16, pappythesailor wrote:

Mmmmm... All the savory goodness of lima beans but with a funnier name. Soybeans-- A Polynesian favorite since 2004!



Oh, much better than Lima Beans.

No really, these things are GOOD! Try 'em out!


 
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Surf tiki
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Joined: Jun 28, 2005
Posts: 268
From: Va Beach
Posted: 2006-03-30 12:32 pm   Permalink

How about hule hule chicken? There are several recipes on the internet. Or you can make up your own based on what you'vw got on hand, like I do. Where it calls for whole or quarter chickens substitute thighs or tenders or something.

Also, you can get bags of edimame (both with the shell and already shelled) at Trader Joes if you have one near you.


 
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pappythesailor
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Posted: 2006-03-30 1:26 pm   Permalink

I ended up taking Tiki Royale's advice and buying a bunch of frozen stuff at Trader Joe's. Our local one has a South Pacific theme. Fun, fun. We also ordered Pu Pu Platter stuff from the Kahula (which depressed me no end--used to be Tiki, now is all red silk and gold dragons--waaah!)

 
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