Last week Friday, my brother Cy e-mailed me and my sisters saying that he had just bought some kulolo and had paid $7.70 a pound for it. Appalled at the high price he said that he wanted a recipe so that he could try to make it himself. I warned him that I had tried making it once before and it was so hard to make and had turned out sooo HORRIBLE that I trashed the whole thing and never tried to make it again. I found links to 4 online recipes. He chose the recipe from cooking-recipe.org and made this kulolo.
It was so ono, I was shocked! He said he didn't have brown sugar so he used white instead. He also didn't have any ti leaves. And instead of grating the taro (which is a pain) he busted out the old Osterizer and "osterized" it instead.
thankful - The other day, I did something scary... I intended to steam some broccoli. So, I put the steamer basket into a pot, put the broccoli in and turned on the ...
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