Was this #169 in the menu?
That's what I ordered, Kawika!!
j: dang that camera is good! I felt almost like I could touch my screen and grab a won ton. I think I'm gonna get Chinese for lunch - not as good as yours unfortunately considering Maile Rest. doesn't have that great Chinese food....N
N, I totally had the camera set to Auto!
I'm really impressed with that little toy of yours!
Les, now when people say that the camera takes nice pictures, it really is the camera.
That looks awesome Jalna! The won tons look like they are made differently than I am used to. Is the long green Bok Choy? I love Bok Choy! I use it at home for my homemade saimin all the time. I remember my Dad and I used to get saimin on cold rainy Sunday nights after church in the 1960's at Chun Hoon. I think a large bowl was $1.25! ; )We had to sit in our car to eat, because no tables. And our windshield would steam up every time while we talked story and laughed! So fun da Hawaii memories! Nothing like it in the world!
You know what? I never did eat at Duk Kee, even though I grew up in Palolo and live in Kaimuki now. Your picture made me decide to try eat over there one of these days.
Mark, I think it is bok choy. I like this bit of your memory a lot!You'd like it, Aunty. It's one of Wendell's favorite Chinese restaurants.
That is my kind of camera...I love soup like that with lotsa veggies!
I'm liking it, Susan.
Oh gosh! That looks so ono.
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