Local Hawaii ingredients used with an international flair
^BNanette^K^H (Gone but not forgotten) 1946-2020
Friday, December 29, 2006
Good food, but we may not be back
I've been looking forward to trying Yudi's Deli, co-located in the old Shell station on East Manoa Road along with Boston Pizza and It's A Beautiful Day Kafe.
The food didn't disappoint. Nanette had a real chopped liver sandwich on rye bread (not on the menu -- made from beef liver, lettuce and tomato, but came with mayo -- ask them to omit that if you don't want mayo with your chopped liver). I had a falafel pita. We noticed while ordering that they were making their own challah bread.
There were no knishes, though, and I was really lusting over the possibility of trying one. It seems that not every item on the menu is available every day. If you must have a knish, best to call ahead and see if they have any.
Yudi's seems to be a family operation. The wee ones were cute. Changing the baby's diaper right next to our table was not. It really stank. No toilet paper in the bathroom, either. Yudi's needs to clean up their act.
2740 East Manoa Road (in the old Shell station).
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone (808) 988-6700
Fax 808 988-4400
Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Lee Flour Mill information posted
Since I posted a couple of articles about my Lee Flour Mill on the Bread Baker's Digest list some time ago, every so often someone emails a question about the flour mill.
So I thought I would scan all the info I have and post it. Google will reveal it to future enquirers (isn't science wonderful?).
So if you need info on one of these mills, here it is.
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