Saturday, February 9, 2013
On this Saturday the rest of the Ohana (family) came to Bellows for a true Hawaiian luau. That wasn't scheduled until lunch, however, so we spent the morning relaxing at the beach.
Now, when I mentioned "luau", I bet you were envisioning grass skirts and slaughtered pigs and tiki torches.
Nope, a real local style get-together involves -
- a gas grill.
Uncle Earl brought poke (raw fish) and some squid (raw too, of course)
Not my idea of tastiness, but to each his own, I guess!
Gabe wasn't too thrilled either.
Uncle Mike, the Grill Master, made Char Siu Chicken and steak with a secret Hawaiian salt marinade.
Auntie Karen made Shoyu Chicken drumsticks (that's her hiding behind the lid).
Ella got to snuggle with Grandma the Great.
Yummy food, great company - a perfect day!
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