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Discussion in 'Events & Announcements' started by tuberider, Nov 17, 2009.
Nice !!!! Mochi and this time of the year is a good match. I love mochi.
are we allow bring drink or alcohol here ,seem like alot food here.just asking
No alcohol allowed unfortunately. Some drinks would be nice though.
damn those dry campuses!!!
Not like the Fightin' Slugs campus, that place is like a psychedelic journey
Wow Ian, butter mochi! Just like home! Almost all parties in Hawaii include butter mochi, especially around Christmas/New Years time. Great addition Ian!
I only see one occurance of drinks from Dudley "soda." I'll bring some other festive non-soda drinks like cider.
They even sell beer on campus there It's not Brigham Young, that's for sure
If anyone else wants to bring some Hawaiian Sweet Rolls to go with the pulled pork, that would be amazing! It'll allow me to bring more pork!
(Speaking of which, if I'm going to braise it for 8 hours, I need to go shopping tonight!!)
I'll bring coffee
Try to swing by Ling Nam and p/u senorita bread
Ok I just swung by costco got the frozen packs of finger foods so I'll bring some egg rolls and tacos, flautas & empanadas.
I realize egg rolls are on there but hey I'll take home my leftovers
I'll bring something.
I can't think right now.
Is there a list?
I saw cookies and fudge.
How about some milk?
I'll bring some LEDs, everything else i could think of was taken. time to be creative haha
I'll bring some drinks
fudge just went on plates see you there
Thanks everyone for a great feast!!! I had my weekly allowance of protein, fat and sugar in one sitting.
Which is the true statement? Good Reefer=Good Cook, or Good Reefer is married to Good Cook, or Good Reefer must make at least one dish they are fantastic at so they can competently participate at potluck parties. Well, which ever it is, it was a delicious party!
Thanks again and have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, or as we say in Hawaii, Mele Kalikimaka and Haoli Makahiki Hou!
BTW, there really isn't anything wrong with island mentality where appropriate. People on islands have much longer lifespans, so we must be doing something right. :bigsmile:
Yeah great food, as always too much food so I only took a little bit of most dishes so I really didn't get to fully enjoy a large portion of one food Bit the head of a seahorse which was fun, and Jeremy's foccia was great, never had it prepared like that with the sea salt, gave it that extra pop.
And I think all of us are guilty of having some island mentality at one time or another... I think I'll use that as my excuse the next time someone (ahem) asks me why I haven't fixed that hole in the ceiling yet
Dang, I knew I should have hung on to my Reef Crystals
He told me its the AquaVitro
But in all seriousness it reminded me a lot like the hot pretzels that you can't seem to find any more without paying tourist prices.
I'm going to post up the recipe today, it's shockingly easy thanks for the complements guys
I actually used this guys salt