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    Looks so Excellent, Case ! Think it will go over very well at our house.

    And your mention of Saimin... (my personal favorite noodle dish). Saimin is not Saimin, IF one can not find Saimin noodles... As far as I can tell, no one on the mainland makes them, only Sun Noodles on Oahu.
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    Great looking cook Case!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseT View Post

    Yep its good and filling.

    On a side note I've been known to sub a slice of leftover meatloaf...
    Imagine that, Barb just smoked a meatloaf last Friday and there's about half of it in the freezer. That outa work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Bass View Post
    Looks so Excellent, Case ! Think it will go over very well at our house.

    And your mention of Saimin... (my personal favorite noodle dish). Saimin is not Saimin, IF one can not find Saimin noodles... As far as I can tell, no one on the mainland makes them, only Sun Noodles on Oahu.
    Thank you Bob!

    Here on the mainland Iíve tried S&S old world Saimin itís blah. You can also just get their noodles no stock mix. Hula is another (just noodles) that I have not tried but have seen here. And yes Sun has their noodles here too.

    I have used rice noodles and that makes a pretty good substitute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Dahl View Post
    Imagine that, Barb just smoked a meatloaf last Friday and there's about half of it in the freezer. That outa work.
    Oh yeah it sure will! Iíve even used a slice of left over fatties. Even made a special Loco Moco fatty once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseT View Post
    Thanks Sam! Which Island?

    I first learned about Loco Moco in the late 80's when a Chef from Hawaii and his then wife opened up a little restaurant where I lived. Once I tried it I was hooked. He also served Mahi Mahi and eggs. The Mahi Mahi was butter poached and it was soooooooooo good!

    His clam chowder was his grandmother recipe as was the teriyaki he used in dishes. He'd never give either of those out, but if you brought a mason jar he'd sell you a jar full.

    I worked for a bit on the Big island. Lived in Waimea and on work days always stop at the Kamuela deli (not there anymore) for Loco Moco, Saimin, or thier egg bagel sandwhich.

    Good stuff!

    Of course if time was tight I grab Musubi from the gas station deli!
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    Look, I just finished my breakfast and I’m already trying to figure out how to not gnaw my arm off because of the fine looking “Loco Moco”. Never heard of it before!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Look, I just finished my breakfast and I’m already trying to figure out how to not gnaw my arm off because of the fine looking “Loco Moco”. Never heard of it before!
    Thanks Tim. Nice thing about loco moco is its an anytime of the day meal! No need to gnaw off your arm!
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    New York Times cookbook ran “Loco Moco” as their feature recipe yesterday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    New York Times cookbook ran “Loco Moco” as their feature recipe yesterday!
    If its more complicated than what I posted, throw i t our the window!
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    Pretty much the same as yours
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