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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Island Inspired: Local Breakfast Plate in Hawaii

Aloha!  Let's imagine that today we are in Hawaii.  Sure, you all are probably questioning my sanity with all this pretend island mumbo-jumbo...although it IS warming up outside...it's still chilly and the snow is still lingering on the sidewalks.  Being my first Spring in Alberta, I feel that things are just not happening with Mother Nature fast enough for my liking - I want to wear my sandals, Capri's, and flippy-floppies!!  In order to escape my arctic-like reality, I have recreated on of our favorite breakfasts while in Hawaii.


S & I  had the chance to visit Honolulu this past August.  It was our first visit to a "tropical" climate - you know, palm trees, coconut trees, peace lilies that grow OUTSIDE - not on the countertops and desktops in office cubicles.....


and hibiscus......


and birds of paradise.....


and gum trees!!!


The scenic Pali Outlook.


It's windy there, FYI.

Now, if you're going to Hawaii, at some point you're gonna have SPAM.  Love it, or leave it - it just tastes better on the island!!  If it has PERFECT GRILL MARKS, then the voices in your head will be so happy (again, I know, you're questioning my sanity!).  Alongside plain, white, steamed rice and scrambled eggs - this is the "local breakfast".  


I took the liberty of adding some fresh sliced fruit:  pineapple, mango, and orange slices.  I also mixed up a tropical juice to have along with our Kona coffee:  orange-pineapple-cranberry juice, garnished with an orange slice. 




Here, Notch & Duke are still giving us the burst-into-flames stare, as we had to board them for our 2 week vacation....they are still not over it.  There's nothing like a terrier & a fat cat scorned!




What You Will Need To Make a Local Breakfast Plate:

SPAM
steamed white rice
scrambled eggs (not pictured - I forgot zem, whoopsie!)
fresh sliced fruits native to Hawaii (pineapple, mango, etc)
fruit juice
coffee
chopsticks (optional)
soy sauce for rice (optional)
beach blanket used as a tablecloth (optional-and totally not psychotic)

Either use this as a guide, or make it your own....but do not dis the SPAM, eggs, and rice until you've tried it - especially with fresh pineapple!
Aloha!

I have shared this on:
The Humble Brag, One Project Closer
Mix It Up Monday, Flour Me With Love
Mop It Up Monday, I Should Be Mopping The Foor
Two Cup Tuesday, Pint Sized Baker
Tuesday Talent Show, Chef In Training
Fluster's Creative Buster, Fluster Buster
Cast Party Wednesday, Lady Behind The Curtain
Showcase Your Talent Thursday, What's Cooking Love?
Sweet & Savoury Sunday, Cooking For The 7 Dwarfs & Co-Hosts

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures! Everything looks so-o-o good!

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  2. This looks great! We were in Hawaii last year, and now I really want to go back :)

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  3. This looks delicious and I'm featuring it today!

    http://www.flourmewithlove.com/2013/04/featuring-you_10.html

    Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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    1. Thank you-thank you for the feature & for hosting!!

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  4. This looks great.Thank you so much for sharing this.

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