Like Hawaii’s love for spam, okonomiyaki became popular in Japan during WWII when rice was scarce, and it’s remained popular since. The Japanese translation for okonomiyaki is “what you like, grilled” or basically…grill anykine. This is a fast and filling way to use up your leftovers. Think fried rice but with flour. Breakfast of champions! Continue reading “King crab okonomiyaki”
Shinsato Pork Liverwurst
This Little Piggy Part III
(Continued from Part II)
I know. Liverwurst. Doesn’t sound appetizing, but trust me. It’s awesome. I used to be made fun of for bringing liverwurst sandwiches to school. Those guys didn’t know what they were missing! We used our Shinsato pig liver to make a tasty pâté’ for banh mis on the beach. Continue reading “Shinsato Pork Liverwurst”
Aunty K’s Crispy Gau Gee
This crispy gau gee is so ono! It does not disappoint. Made with wonton pi from Young’s Noodle Factory, fresh fish cake from Chinatown, and a tangy ponzu dipping sauce.
Just a quick stop at Young’s Noodle Factory on Liliha and we were on our way to get a lesson in gau gee 101! Continue reading “Aunty K’s Crispy Gau Gee”