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Pictures of Hawaiian Food

Especially for maldito



Tako poke (Seasoned raw squid)



See the ake on the top right? (Seasoned cow intestinal lining) It looks like ake anyway *LOL* On the bottom right I think that's a'ama crab. It looks like it anyway *LOL*

Yum!

Bob's Fish Market closed and they had the best aku palu (seasoned fish guts etc.) I couldn't find a picture of aku palu but it looks like fish guts all cut up very fine/meticulously. It tastes really good though. Well at least I think so *LOL*

Source: http://www.hawaii.rr.com/leisure/reviews/anthony_chang/2002-06_fajatpphigh.htm

Notice how expensive these are. They are about $6.50 per pound (U.S.) Fuck man!

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newyork808
Jul. 23rd, 2004 12:31 pm (UTC)
i ate lunch already but you making me hungry!
maldito
Jul. 23rd, 2004 03:44 pm (UTC)
food. *rolling eyes*

lol
angel_one
Jul. 24th, 2004 11:29 am (UTC)
Ohana means nobody gets left behind
Okay so.... "Ohana"... what does it really mean?

I thought that a lot of work seemed put into getting Hawaiians "right" when the movie "Lilo & Stitch" was made, and the older sisters personality cracked me up, because it seemed fairly spot on to a lot of my Hawaiian friends.

But my understanding of "Ohana" from living in Hawaii, was that it meant something like "adopted family". I was thinking maybe you could make a post about "Ohana" and what it is, since I don't know enough about it, and I am sure most others don't either.

Mahalo.... ;P
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