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Where I went eat this weekend.
Posted by Clyde
Sunday, March 29, 2009 10:36 PM


Food is on my mind constantly. In fact, I'm sure it's on everyone's mind and the weekend is no exception.

During the work week, I'm kind of limited on my choices of places to eat. Driving can only take you so far with an hour for lunch (sometimes 90 minutes). There's only two places to eat, one lunchwagon, and one service station in the vicinity.

Working for the weekend takes on new meaning when it comes to food. There are no limits on time and the road's the limit. Where to eat? How far will I drive? The answer is...pretty far!

This weekend was pretty busy. Volleyball tournament, birthday parties (two on saturday), left me with only one day to venture. Sunday.

Last week my partner and I went to Kam Drive In Swap Meet. It was a saturday afternoon and it wasn't too crowded. I kind of liked it. It's a bargain hunters's paradise. There is a wide variety of vendors selling their used goods. There was not too much people selling new stuff except for the lady who had a whole booth dedicated to socks and another selling every type of disposable food container available. No two vendors sold exactly the same thing.

What interested me was the Filipino vendors. There was a lot of Filipino vendors selling their fruits and vegetables and homemade goodies. We tried the barbeque pork sticks at Bebot Lunchwagon. Two bucks and very ono. We also purchased the palitao (steamed mochi rice with coconut shreds). I bought a "star apple" but didn't get a chance to eat it.

Forward a week to Sunday. Wow! So crowded and more vendors than on Saturday. Again, no two vendors were the same. Can't say that about Aloha Stadium's Flea Market. We liked the barbeque pork sticks from Bebot's that we ate that again. Weird thing is they don't make them until lunch. They have a lot of food there. Next time I'll try the dinaguan. I also bought these little steamed buns that came in assorted colors. Very tasty. I ended up purchasing some used CDs at a bargain price. I'll definitely go back and often.

Bebot's Lunchwagon where they had the Barbeque Pork Sticks.
Here's those colorful steamed buns.
Lots of fruit/vegetable vendors.
Remember the snack bar? It's a fresh fish building now.

More fruits and veggies.
Mother's Day is coming up.

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