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I do like the soundtracks for this film. Love wines also will watch it for sure.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Nonstop Movies: Master Sommelier madness in 'Somm'
Melissa, thanks for sharing your family history. My grandmother was born in Honolulu on my father side and his father in China. My mother and grandmother from China. Grandmother worked in sugarcane field till when back to China with husband and children to be educated since grandfather has business . My Grandfather on mother side was known as Godfather in casinos in China and when he came to San Francisco he open up an casino in Chinatown . People pay up fast or guys went after them.
To this day my grandfather death was still a mystery how he died.
6 months ago on Tasting the 'aina: Kona coffee and chocolate
Most educational video ever. I came from a family of chefs (Chinese) yes to cut cost we do our own cuts of meats. Never waste any parts use in soup stocks or ground up.
8 months ago on Behind the scenes of Lamb Mondays
You seem so happy after that drink. So relax also. I must be boring drink only Johnnie Walker Black Label only no on the rock .
9 months ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ mixologist Joey Gottesman
Well I have not seen it yet but hope it not like Hansel and Gretel which was cheesey and speaking with American accent bad since story located in Germany. Jack the Giant Slayer located some where in Europe hope they speck with English or some other European accent it make film better.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Nonstop Movies: 'Jack the Giant Slayer'
The Whatchafillin waffle in Chinese call Che Loo Bing know as Car Wheel Cake in Taiwan. Now people can get it from cooking ware stores in Taiwan pan to make it also.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Cluster truck: Kapahulu's new food truck pod
It about time someone come up with a poke made with vegetable. It look so good I will head there when in town from San Francisco. Yes pork belly is a big rage in San Francisco also with Chairman Bao food truck selling it. A long line every time .
10 months ago on Shakeup at Tsunami's
This pastry is very special in Japan and Taiwan. In Taiwan they call it cartwheel cake or wheel cart in Chinese. It filled with red bean paste or green bean paste or custard filling. It really street food at it best. There none in San Francisco that have it so people in Honolulu should try it out and enjoy it.
10 months, 1 week ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Whatchafillin'
Gin dui is not as easy to make even with recipe. I try to make it and ended up hit the deck and take cover for it explode on me. The temperature was too high I guess. My mother and grandmother made it well.
There so many different way to make it some with brown sugar other white sugar. It a skill I see so special in making it and these Chinese women got it down very good.
I still trying and have not given up at all and maybe one day get it right.
10 months, 1 week ago on Did this: Night in Chinatown
Well it steamed meatballs. Every time in tea house waited for push cart to come by my table my favorite gone all out. Waited again and same thing so from now on order ahead from waitperson.
10 months, 1 week ago on Chinee like me: Dim sum at Yee Hong Pavilion
Everytime I in the tea house for dim sum I miss out of the one I live to get for push cart reach me almost to the end which flavorite gone. They told more will come out soon and again by the time at my table gone waaaa. Now on just order from kitchen by telling waitperson to do so. I like push cart but it does not like me.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Chinee like me: Dim sum at Yee Hong Pavilion
Food look so good and see I will visit Maui later and see Pineapple Grill seem like the place for breakfast or brunch.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Isaac Bancaco
Mari, like the drinks they serve there. Heard of SushiSan 1411 Kapiolani Blvd. Since I living in San Francisco but heading later to Hawaii. 1.00 sushis sound like good deal there.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on M&M eats: Monkeypod Kitchen
Melissa, planing to visit Maui and cousins who own a grocery store in Wailuku. Not sure there good Chinese restaurants there. Guess Honolulu. CNY soon any big feast?
I watch the video and it seem the owner does not know the different of her own religion. I grew up learning of my own and is 4th generations born in Hawaii Taoist. To mislead her own daughter of it is not good.
10 months, 4 weeks ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Sing Cheong Yuan
Melissa, I like Whole Food and see in San Francisco their restaurant is great I could pick whatever I want to be cooked by their fine staff chefs. Some other Whole Food had escargots also. I like deep fried oysters very much and sea bass.
1 year ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Whole Foods Kailua
Melissa, great entry. Too bad you didn't try out any vending machines. I did some in Hong Kong but as interesting just Dipping Dot machine.
1 year ago on Aloha Sapporo! Last day in the city
Melissa, thank for showing Primo Popcorn. I got some and people in San Francisco love it and their fav is Prime Rib one . Never anywhere have such varieties flavors. My friends now ordering it from San Francisco and Taiwan. I wonder if they going make green onion pancake favor? It popular in Taiwan.
1 year, 1 month ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Primo Popcorn
Melissa, I heard of Damaru Buffet in Sappora and it funny how the chef would ring a bell when a new dish come of the kitchen to inform customers get it while it hot.
1 year, 1 month ago on Aloha Sapporo! Day 1
Is that where okonomiyaki came from? Hope you find what kind of food famous in Hokaido.
1 year, 1 month ago on Aloha Sapporo!