Things have been a bit crazy lately, but I am trying to stay committed to updating as often as possible! Since I last blogged, there have been a lot of eatings and events (including deciding to dye my hair again!).
Well, per usual, a lot, a lot of food has been the center of basically everything I take a picture of.
Finally crossed of Marukame Udon from my bucketlist (the onion bomb and the fish cake were pretty delicious)
I also had my first try at some fried rice spam musubi
I also tried out a new zucchini boat recipe. Super easy and yummy, and I drowned it in as much cheese as possible.
The start of feast Fridays at work with this pesto chicken sandwich from OEC Cafe
Matt also had these tickets for a booze cruise that we never went on, so we spent one Saturday afternoon eating, drinking and watching the sunset.
Eh, the view was pretty nice 😉
Crazy delicious lunch at Pho My Lan in downtown Honolulu
Our friend Jason was performing at the Mission Houses Museum and they had pretty delicious, fresh food also. Check out the colors in the fresh beet and taro sides!
2weeks ago we visited Kailua, so of course we had to spend some time at my favorite beach , Lanikai.
And since we took the east side way back to town, we also stopped by my favorite shave ice place – Uncle Clay’s Pure House of Aloha
And no weekend in Hawaii is complete without a gorgeous sunset
Because my best friend had friends in town, we shared a massive meal from Side Street Inn – complete with kalbi beef, pan fried island pork chops, spicy chicken, fried rice, “big ass steak,” and yaki soba.
Also got to spend another Feast Friday knocking off another restaurant from my bucketlist – here’s the Cochon de Lait Po’Boy from Scratch Kitchen & Bake Shop – Puerto Rican roasted pork, romaine, pickled trinity, creole mayo, demi baguette, and buttermilk-herb roasted potato salad.
And since it was the last Friday of the month last week, we went to the Filipino-themed Eat the Street! Here’s the pork adobo french fries topped with crispy chicharones.
Oh, and if you were paying attention to the beginning of this post, I actually did dye my hair! Thanks Tabby Magic.
Okay, okay, I promise to update this on a regular basis – just so my mom doesn’t go crazy when she’s trying to figure out what I’m doing with my life from 5,000 miles away 😉