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Kung Hee Fat Choy!

Saturday, February 17th, 2007

Happy Chinese New Year! Siu Mai (Pork Hash) – huge ones… tender & juicy Jin Dui (Chinese Donut) – shredded coconut and chopped peanuts in the middle Siao Pao (Manapua) – nothing beats freshly made and steamed manapua! Photos taken in Downtown Hilo and Kalakaua Park.

Hilo Bay Sugar Shack

Friday, January 19th, 2007

Need a little break from shopping at the Hilo Farmer’s Market? Check out Hilo Bay Sugar Shack, located right next to the Farmer’s Market. They make a great halo halo, the popular Filipino desert. The fruits in the halo halo were really good, especially the shredded coconut, which tasted really fresh. There were even slices [...]

Poke Stop Thanksgiving

Monday, November 27th, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving you guys! Hope you all had a good weekend. Bev and I flew over to Oahu for Thanksgiving since most of our family lives there. Our first meal was at my brother’s house, with a take-out meal prepared by Poke Stop at the Waipahu Town Center. At first, I was a bit disappointed [...]

Pizza Hawaii

Friday, October 27th, 2006

After trying a slice of pepperoni from these guys at the recent Ho’olaulea, we had to come back for more at their restaurant location at the Puainako Town Center (across Mc Donalds). Plus, Bev found one of these coupons… What a deal! (not my cow clip holder) It smelled so good inside. There were some [...]

13th Annual Ho’olaule’a

Sunday, October 1st, 2006

Hilo town was rockin’ with the best Hawaiian music and sooo much food! It’s amazing how much people gather for this… I’m sure this is the largest event every year on the Big Island. See my last post for an aerial shot from last year. It felt like this year was even huger! Last year, [...]

56th Annual Hawaii County Fair

Tuesday, September 19th, 2006

Wooohooo, the fair is in town! Glad to say, the loco mocos were much better than last year (which isn’t saying much, since last year was really bad). I’m just glad that someone else was doing the loco mocos. Good reppin’ Keaukaha! The prices, though, were a lot steeper… still worth the better loco moco. [...]