Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ginger-Scallion Oil

A great dipping sauce for chicken. Marinate fish or meat. Full of asian flavor. Search Click Here to Search Recipes     [monkeytools msnip="https://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Ginger-scallion Oil - A great dipping sauce for chicken. Marinate fish or meat. Full of asian flavor. - finely minced ginger, minced scallions, green parts only, peanut oil, dark sesame oil, Pinch…
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Free-falling into adventure on Maui’s Pipiwai Trail

By noreply@blogger.com (e komo mai) Thrills and spills await on virtually every turn on the daylong driving adventure along the Hana Highway to the Pools of Oheo, which is the ocean section of Haleakala National Park. But that drive is only prelude to the Pipiwai Trail, a jaunt into the heart of darkness with two…
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Steamed Uku Laulau with Ginger-Scallion Sauce

The delicate flesh of the uku is best steamed. The Chinese-style sauce gives the perfect finishing touch without overwhelming the subtle flavors of the fish. Search Click Here to Search Recipes     [monkeytools msnip="https://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Steamed Uku Laulau with Ginger Scallion Sauce - The delicate flesh of the uku is best steamed. The Chinese-style sauce gives…
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Mauna Lani, The Big Island’s Luxury Oasis

By noreply@blogger.com (e komo mai) Visiting the Mauna Lani Resort in the South Kohala is one of Hawaii's major freebies. From the highway you look across a vast, sun-scorched slag heap of jagged lava: hardly a vision of paradise. But drive in to find a mile-long seacoast with white-sand coves, a 30-acre history park, tranquil…
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