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Dick Moano´s "Introducing original Polynesian tropical bar recipes ... mai tai, navy grog 1963
54 house of bamboo
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Posted: 2014-04-04 04:55 am   Permalink

Payment sent! Hoping you still have one remaining.



 
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Posted: 2014-04-04 05:51 am   Permalink

So excited. Just received my copies this morning. Can't wait to take 'em home from work and start drinking! (Wait....that sounds like I have a problem. oh well) Thanks Beau!

 
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GentleHangman
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Posted: 2014-04-04 3:10 pm   Permalink

Going through this booklet, I notice a lot of call for "powdered sugar". Am I to translate that into "Confectioner's sugar"? I'm not sure at this point. I've not found many calls for powdered sugar in the recipes in my collection.

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Posted: 2014-04-04 4:27 pm   Permalink

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On 2014-04-04 15:10, GentleHangman wrote:
Going through this booklet, I notice a lot of call for "powdered sugar". Am I to translate that into "Confectioner's sugar"? I'm not sure at this point. I've not found many calls for powdered sugar in the recipes in my collection.





I've always thought they were the same. Just to make sure, I looked it up on the 'net:

http://whatscookingamerica.net/Q-A/sugar.htm

Site above states they are the same. If you have it on hand, you could use it, but I imagine an equal amount of simple syrup would be the same??

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Posted: 2014-04-04 6:16 pm   Permalink

On it's way 54 House - sent you a PM with the International Tracking Number

 
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Posted: 2014-04-04 9:28 pm   Permalink

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On 2014-04-04 15:10, GentleHangman wrote:
Going through this booklet, I notice a lot of call for "powdered sugar". Am I to translate that into "Confectioner's sugar"? I'm not sure at this point. I've not found many calls for powdered sugar in the recipes in my collection.



These days most recipes call for simple syrup instead. The advantage of powdered sugar over regular sugar is that it is easier to dissolve in cool liquids.
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Posted: 2014-04-05 06:29 am   Permalink

Thanks friends. I was sure powdered sugar and confectioner's were one in the same; it was just that I'd not seen it called for in drink recipes in the past. As I always have my simple syrup on hand, I'm pretty sure I'll use that.

Last night I made "Moano's Own" (Page 24) substituting Kohala Bay for the Meyer's, El Dorado 12 year old as the Demerara, Lemon Hart 151 (No Bacardi 151 on hand) and Pernod for the Herbasaint.

THAT is one tasty drink! Very flavorful and balanced.

Couldn't have just one . . . made myself two of 'em!
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Posted: 2014-04-06 10:55 am   Permalink

Looks DELICIOUS Hang10tiki

I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or maybe 2 like you. Gotta try to keep up with the Tiki crowd while I am learning the and YEARNING for the lifestyle.

Subliminal Message: order your booklet today - time is short 41 booklets left and it will leave me with the 10 I am keeping for the kids and grand kids + 2 I am framing. After that, I have a "Top Secret Project" that myself and one of the High Tiki Priests here at TC have been working on to announce to THE WORLD! Well, OK - maybe not the Whole World, but at least to you Tiki Gods and Goddess's here at TC

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Posted: 2014-04-06 5:31 pm   Permalink

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Looks DELICIOUS Hang10tiki

I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or maybe 2 like you. Gotta try to keep up with the Tiki crowd while I am learning the and YEARNING for the lifestyle.

Subliminal Message: order your booklet today - time is short 41 booklets left and it will leave me with the 10 I am keeping for the kids and grand kids + 2 I am framing. After that, I have a "Top Secret Project" that myself and one of the High Tiki Priests here at TC have been working on to announce to THE WORLD! Well, OK - maybe not the Whole World, but at least to you Tiki Gods and Goddess's here at TC

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"Top Secret Project"......wonder if it might be similar to what I was thinking you probably should do....that is, if you own the copyright to the book. "Top Secret Project" of "Amazon" like porportions..... you should really start to "kindle" the fire of that "project"....might be a nice moneymaker. Am I guessing close???

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Howlinowl Even Better Not for me and not for money, but for the Tiki Population at LARGE!
And of course as a Tribute to my Dad!! Most important to me!!!!!

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Posted: 2014-04-08 12:28 am   Permalink

Arrived today in pristine condition.

You're a true gentleman Beau, thanks very much for the opportunity to buy.

cheers and ALOHA!!



 
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This one saved the night


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Hang10 - Jon

What a beautiful picture - and also Thank you for making my Dad's drink and posting that fact. Brought a tear to my eye! I sure do miss him.


 
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