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Old 11-05-2015, 06:43 PM   #21
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Gonna have to find that stuff KL.
I love anything from Noh Foods Of Hawaii
http://www.nohfoods.com/
here's the funniest thing though...
when I pulled up their webiste,
they're in COMPTON CALIFORNIA!
HA!
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Old 11-06-2015, 04:49 PM   #22
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LOOK WHAT I FOUND!!!
I was passing by my "Asian Store" here in Southern AZ
and thought I'd better stop and stock up on what I could
before we move on to Northern AZ, where they have no
CLUE about anything but cowboy food , and and and ...
I walked out having spent $75USD
Well, I have to say that that isn't hard to do, considering almost
everything I purchase is brought in from Hawaii
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Old 11-06-2015, 05:03 PM   #23
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You're going to love it Kgirl. It's a perfect blend and really great on fish too!

PS..I LOVE that braclet..is it Hawaiian and does it say something?
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Old 11-06-2015, 05:36 PM   #24
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You're going to love it Kgirl. It's a perfect blend and really great on fish too!

PS..
I LOVE that braclet..is it Hawaiian and does it say something?
Why yes, yes it does KL.
(I was so excited I didn't realize it got into the shot )
That is my Hawaiian Bracelet made by a prominent jeweler in Hawaii, and it's my "given Hawaiian" name.
When you turn 16 you are considered now an adult in the community and you are given a name by a relative or close family friend. Your given name always says something about you.
My name is :
Kapualeipunahelepiliohana
The favorite flower lei that brings the family together
My name nearly wraps completely around my bracelet.
My "Auntie" Clara gave me my name, she was a very close family friend, you may know her better as "Hilo Hattie", a very famous entertainer.
My parents gave me my bracelet when I graduated from High School, which is another tradition.
On my 30th birthday, I bought myself another Hawaiian Bracelet with my English name on it. Many women in Hawaii wear several bracelets at one time; each with one of their children's name's.
Hawaiian Bracelets
I never take mine off.
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Old 11-06-2015, 08:29 PM   #25
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What a wonderful interesting story Kgirl!! Mahalo! I doubt there's anyone of my generation who doesn't remember Hilo Hattie!!
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Auntie Clara was a hoot!
... but I digress from the topic at hand KL, I apologize.
I wanted to also say on the topic of Kalua Pig, while in my asian market, I found frozen banana leaves to make pork ala k~girl, but I will also try it your style as well.
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Old 11-07-2015, 02:43 PM   #27
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Auntie Clara was a hoot!
... but I digress from the topic at hand KL, I apologize.
I wanted to also say on the topic of Kalua Pig, while in my asian market, I found frozen banana leaves to make pork ala k~girl, but I will also try it your style as well.
Kgirl,
You might check your local Hispanic/Latin/Mexican store for banana leaves. I know our local one carries fresh banana leaves.
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That was what I was going to suggest too, but cinisajoy beat me to it. I have seen banana leaves in Mexican markets here in the northland.
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This sounds delicious - I'm going to make this after I use up the pulled pork already in the freezer. Thanks, Kay. I'll get my hands on some of that Noh seasoning as well.
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That is great. Thanks for posting.
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Crock Pot Kalua Pig It just doesn't get easier than this, and it's delicious....... 1 6lb pork butt roast 1 1/2 Tbs.. Hawaiian sea salt, or any sea salt 1 Tbs. liquid smoke Make deep slits all over the roast with a long knife. Make a paste of the salt and liquid smoke, and massage it into the meat. (I use latex gloves) Place the roast into the crockpot without any liquid. Cover, and cook on low for 10 to 12 hrs. Shred the meat, and add the drippings as needed to moisten. 8 stars 2 reviews
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