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Thanksgiving Trends


Lee’s Bakery (King Street, Chinatown Honolulu) Pumpkin-Custard Pie

Going over site stats, not surprisingly, the trend over the past 7 days leading up to today, Thanksgiving Day, shows the most popular posts on The Tasty Island have been the following (click on hyperlinked titles):

Turkey Talk


To brine or not to brine, that is the question, from TURKEY TALK

Crab & Shiitake Mushroom Casserole


Uncle Chuck’s Crab & Shiitake Mushroom Sushi “Casserole”

Da’ Bes’ Hawaiian Local Style Beef Stew


Local Style Beef Stew by Foodland Executive Chef Keoni Chang.

Big Island Smoked Pork


Big Island Smoked Pork, served with a bowl of Poi… Broke Da’ Mout’!

After Turkey, There’s Jook

Turkey Jook
Turkey Jook garnished with Chinese Parsley

Christmas Ribeye Roast Dinner


Christmas Ribeye Roast, seasoned with “red” Alae Salt from Hanapepe Salt Pools on Kauai

Portuguese Bean Soup

Portuguese Bean Soup
Portuguese Bean Soup, with a spoonful of tender Portuguese Sausage, kidney beans, carrot, potato and macaroni.

Recipes


Jeana’s Christmas Pie (amongst many more on The Tasty Island’s RECIPES page!)

Lee’s Bakery Custard Pie


Lee’s Bakery Custard Pie

With that, to you and yours, Happy Thanksgiving Day. Da’ kine, laddat. ;-)

5 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Trends

  • November 26, 2015 at 9:10 am
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    HAPPY THANKSGIVING POMAI, Have a Great Day!!!  Aloha

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  • November 26, 2015 at 1:35 pm
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    Happy TG

    it will be Cornish Game Hen here in Waikiki.

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  • November 27, 2015 at 8:32 am
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    @ Pat – Cornish Game Hen? In Waikiki? From where may I ask that’s from? Whatever the case, if you’re the same “pat” from Kauai, you’re out of your “more makule, more pupule” mind. lol

    @ Andy – Ditto to you on this “Black Friday”. Of which like yesterday, I’m not going anywhere but in my bed for some much needed REST.

     

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  • November 27, 2015 at 1:13 pm
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    Lol. We have a place here. And a daughter.

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    • November 27, 2015 at 10:52 pm
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      So l take it your daughter isn’t a turkey fan. Me neither.

      Baked glazed ham ftw!

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