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What food do you serve at your tiki bar?
Basement Kahuna
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From: Jawja Province, Isle of North America
Posted: 2003-07-14 2:02 pm   Permalink

...You must be Scottish..

 
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GECKO
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Joined: Jun 01, 2002
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From: South Sea Arts Honolulu
Posted: 2003-07-14 2:37 pm   Permalink

gotta have lumpia (Filipino style egg rolls).
Ahi Poke if you're into raw fish.
Calamari fried...but not a whole lot of mainlanders are into local seafood grinds so, I would fo sho get da lumpia on da menu.
with some sweet&sour dip.

MT Kahuna, you making me hungry bro.


 
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Tiki Royale
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Joined: Dec 06, 2002
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From: The Aloha Room in Beautiful Belmont, CA!
Posted: 2003-07-14 2:49 pm   Permalink

Yeah Geko, Lumpia is Da Kine!

I've been making some tasty pork-kabobs lately...
Just get some boneless pork chops and cut 'em up in cubes and marinate them for an hour or two. (try the Soy-Vey Island Marinade or use the regular Teriyaki but cut it with some pineapple and orange juice)
Anyway, just skewer the pork cubes with some red and green bell peppers, the white parts of green onions and most importantly... Pineapple chunks!
Then throw 'em on the grill. Mmmmmm!

Another tasty one is grilled asparagus rafts.
Skewer about 4-6 stalks of aspargus together at the top and bottom (like a little raft) This makes an easy serving per person and also keeps the little guys from falling through the grill.
Mix up some soy sauce and sesame oil and brush it on the aspargus while it's grilling. You can also sprinkle some sesame seeds on too.
Don't count on leftovers.

Aloha,


 
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MTKahuna
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Joined: Jun 11, 2003
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From: LB to LA, CA
Posted: 2003-07-14 3:26 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2003-07-14 14:02, Basement Kahuna wrote:
...You must be Scottish..


Hey BK,
Does German, Irish & Polynesian Qualify?
What's de rule? If it ain't moving... eat it!

Gecko, How's it Brah? I gonna gets some good eats this weekend. The Ho'olaule'a is happening at Alondra Park. Good food, music, dancing, and people.

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Atomic Cocktail
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From: Land O' The Next Big One-L.A.
Posted: 2003-07-14 4:37 pm   Permalink

Spam Musubi
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MTKahuna
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Joined: Jun 11, 2003
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From: LB to LA, CA
Posted: 2003-07-14 5:20 pm   Permalink

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On 2003-07-14 16:37, Atomic Cocktail wrote:
Spam Musubi



It's good stuff. You can also use chicken. They sell um at 7/11's, ball games, and ABC stores in de islands.

Spam Musubi

4 cups uncooked Japanese (sticky) rice
4 cups water
5 sheets sushi-nori (seaweed)
1 can spam or spam lite
Furukaki
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup rice wine (mirin)

Cook rice in rice cooker. If no rice cooker is available, put rice and water into a large heavy saucepan. Heat water and rice until boiling then immediately turn down and simmer for approximately 20-25 mins. or until soft and water is evaporated.

Boil soy sauce, sugar and rice wine. After it boils, turn off flame.

Cut spam into 1/4 in. wide slices. Fry in pan. Soak fried spam in soy sauce mixture.

Line a musubi maker with sushi nori so that both sides stick straight up. Spread cooked rice across bottom of musubi maker, on top of nori - 1/4 inch high. Sprinkle furukaki on top of rice.

Place two pieces of spam in musubi maker on top of rice. Spam should cover most of the length of the musubi maker. Spread more cooked rice on top of spam - 1/4 in. high. Sprinkle furukaki on top of rice. Fold over one side of the nori. Use musubi maker insert to press down on top of nori, rice and spam. Fold over other side of nori and press down. Remove musubi log from maker. Cut each log into four pieces.

and valla... SPAM Musubi




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CruzinTiki
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Joined: Apr 13, 2003
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From: Santa Cruz, CA
Posted: 2003-07-14 8:53 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2003-07-14 13:24, MTKahuna wrote:
Kill and gut a nice fat pig



I think I may need a tad more instruction on that part ...


Thanks for all the great ideas and recipes, Guys! My mouth is watering! I can't wait to try them at my next gathering.

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MTKahuna
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Joined: Jun 11, 2003
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From: LB to LA, CA
Posted: 2003-07-15 09:41 am   Permalink

On a serious note:

A pineapple glazed ham is much more easier.

Ham: Cut X's accross the top (to form diamond shapes).
Mix crushed pineapple (drained), teriayki, and brown sugar in a bowl (go easy on the shuga).
Cover the ham with the mixture. Cook for about 2-3 hours (depending on the size of ham).

It's always a hit and makes great left overs for sandwiches.

enjoy...


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