Filipino food may not be as big or sought after as other Asian foods, but even if you don't know a thing about it I'm pretty sure you have heard of Lumpia. Maybe you've had it but didn't know what it was or that it was filipino. When I was six years old, I moved … Continue reading Pork Lumpia
The thing that I love about filipino food is that it's hard to nail down exactly what that is because so many other countries have introduced their own foods to the Philippines and we've made it our own. Every family has their own version of every filipino dish and this is no exception. These are our Banana Lumpia or Turon.
Every culture has their weird snacks and Hawaii is no different. The islands really are a melting pot of cultures, Theres a huge population of both Japanese and Filipino, as well as a mix of other Micronesian cultures and Chinese. So it shouldn't be surprising that the snacks would also be a melting pot too. … Continue reading Furikake Popcorn
Simple and healthier take on traditional Eggplant Parm.
There is no Pineapple but there is the the trifecta of the island's favorite meats.
Authentic Hawaiian in under 30 minutes, with leftovers! This dish was brought to Hawaii from Chinese immigrants who introduced Hawaii to Cellophane Noodles (Glass noodles, bean thread noodles, or Chinese vermicelli).
You cannot have a plate lunch without Mac Salad! Chicken katsu, 1 scoop of rice and, 2 scoops of mac salad is my go to plate lunch, but the mac salad has to touch the rice so the mac salad gets a little warm and the rice has have just a hint of mayo which … Continue reading Hawaiian Mac Salad
I grew up having Spam, eggs, and rice for breakfast. Spam fried rice for lunch, and of course, Spam musubi for a snack. So Spam has always been a favorite of mine. Every time I visit Hawaii, one of the first things I seek out is, musubi. Musubi is a thick layer of rice with […]
Not your Mama's potato salad, not my mama's and that's the point! It also wont take you half the day to make.