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Broiling food using hot coals (ko`ala) or hot ashes (pulehu) was a common way to cook if a meal was prepared out in the fields away from home or if the small amount of food being prepared did not warrant use of a larger earth oven, or imu. Food was cooked by being spread out flat on a level bed of coals, or it was warmed over or near a fire and periodically turned. Breadfruit and unripe bananas could be broiled this way in their skins. Other foods needed protection from burning and were wrapped in ti leaves (laulau). Fish could be wrapped in a leaf package called lawalu but a whole fish could also be broiled without being wrapped.(hawaiihistory.org)
Less than $7 during Happy Hour
Korean Sticky Ribs, Spicy Fries, Pan-Asian Rice Bowls, Vietnamese Steak Sandwich
I absolutely love Hawaii! It is a paradise on earth…. The true Garden of Eden!
When you are in the bay area on a nice sunny day and you want a blend of fish from the Pacific and a taste of Hawaiian decadence then Pacific Catch is the place for you!
I’ve been to Pacific Catch numerous times in San Mateo, Ca for lunch with my co-workers, Campbell,Ca with my fiance and there are some favorites that are just mouth watering that you just aren’t going to find anywhere in the bay area that I highly recommend.
1. Vietnamese Steak Sandwich – marinated grilled skirt steak, cucumber-daikon-carrot salad, sliced chilies, cilantro, sriracha aioli
2. The Pan-Asian Rice Bowls- Hawaiian Teriyaki, Korean Barbecue, Thai Curry, Japanese Wasabi
3. Hawaiian Poke – Original, Ahi Serrano, Salmon, White Tuna, California Style, Ahi Macadamia Nut, Red Spicy Tofu
These dishes are awesome and they give you that Hawaiian soul food that just enlightens your spirit and leaves you in a sense of peace as you leave.
They also have great spicy fries that go great with an ice cold beer. All happy hour items are under $7 as well! Including these delicious Korean Sticky Ribs with sesame & cilantro!
These are pork ribs that are extremely tender and when you bite into them the flavor with sesame and cilantro is outstanding! It gives you a great punch of flavor and leaves you begging for more. That’s true live action eating! Good job Pacific Catch!
Thanks for joining me on today’s adventure! I look forward to you joining me on the next round! Keep hope alive!
Eating is an enjoyable way of life.Live it..Learn it..Love it!
Trevis Dampier Sr.
Info Grafik Inc. (2015) Food Preparation & Cooking Methods. Retrieved from http://hawaiihistory.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=ig.page&CategoryID=301