Some random things I'm liking and disliking...starting with disliking...while this bento from Marukai looks really good, most of the side dishes were bland, very disappointing.
These Harney & Sons bottled teas were also a disappointment, very watery, not much flavor and I didn't add ice when I drank them either.
Loving the signs on the bathrooms at the shopping area on Lewers in Waikiki.
Wahine (wah-hee-nay) means woman in Hawaiian, you should also know that Kane (kah-nay) means male.
Love the garlic cheese balls at Big Kahuna Pizza...my friend Wen and I shared an order and a garlic tomato spinach personal sized pizza for lunch one day...so good and cheesy!
Diamond Head Market & Grill's Mochiko chicken musubi is good with chicken in every bite but I think US$3.50 is a little steep for it.
I've been to Yogurtland a couple of times already...some of the frozen yogurt I've eaten was kinda iffy (I really should ask for a taste before I put it into the cup!)
I usually choose toppings like peanut butter cup and my all time favorite the hot pink frosted animal cracker.
A cute cookie made by Liliha Bakery. My mom received this from a friend and shared it with everyone at a Sunday dinner...while it was cute, the cookie didn't have that much flavor.
Apparently the thing to do is paint your nails with a nail polish with "shatter" or "crackle" in the name...I bought my first bottle and love it...you paint a base color, something you want to peek through the "shatter" paint and let it dry thoroughly.
Then add one coat of the shatter paint (mine is silver), if you add any more coats, you will ruin the effect.
Wait for this to dry then paint over with a clear top coat...the shatter paint dries to look like it is cracked...fun, yeah?!
Madre chocolate is a bean to bar operation in Hawaii.
I got this 70% Fair Trade Dominican cacao bar with popped amaranth from Deb and it is delicious. I especially enjoyed the popped amaranth, which seemed like crispies except smokier.
Whew! long list...what are you liking? disliking?