Peppered- Chicken and Fried Rice
Vegetable fried rice served with a simple chicken stir fry, nothing could be as easier as this dish I would say and kids would love it too. You can whip up this dish with any vegetable on hand be it diced carrots, green peas, shredded cabbage, bell peppers, potatoes, green beans, eggs or anything else that hits your imagination. If you are using freshly cooked rice, let it cool completely.
Sweet- N- Sour Chicken
This recipe for Sweet and Sour Chicken doesn’t deep fry, but instead uses a method for creating a delicate, smooth and succulent chicken that goes perfectly with a lighter sweet and sour sauce. The secret is in the chicken marinade, specifically using egg white and cornstarch, which creates a super-light coating all around the chicken. It won’t be a crunchy, and deep fried coating.
Local Caribbean Food, Pic Three
Mountain Chicken or frog legs, colloquially referred to as crapaud, pronounced - crappo, is heavily seasoned and stewed, boiled or fried until golden brown and then served with white rice, rice & peas, or provisions Prepared as a main entre. So tastily done, you won't believe it wasn't chicken.
Local Caribbean Food, Pic Two
Conch with Peas and Rice. (This dish is sometimes served with optional side dishes of potato salad, macaroni & cheese (Bahamian style - so thick, you can cut it like cake, with a knife), cole slaw and fried plantains.
Local Caribbean Food, Pic One
Antigua & Barbuda
Fungee & Pepperpot
Prepared either as a breakfast meal or main entre, Fungee is cornmeal with okra, cooked in salted water and boiled to a paste. Pepperpot is a combination of a variety of meats, including vegetables, spinach, eggplant, okra, onions, spices & seasonings, boiled to a soupy finish.
This compares with the national average of $3.31 per gallon, an increase of 4.5 cents per gallon in the past week, according to gasbuddy.com.
This picture is a 2010 price, compare the difference.
Mokapu'u Point Sky-dive- Pic Two
Follow the road beyond Hawaii Kai, Hanauma Bay and Sandy Beach Park until you reach the park area adjacent to the highway. From the windward side, take the Kalanianaole Highway (Hwy. 72) southeast beyond Kailua, Waimanalo, and Makapu‘u Beach Park, after which the road climbs up toward Makapu‘u.
Mokapu'u Point- Pic Seven
Binoculars are suggested for viewing the whales and seabirds. An interpretive sign and viewing scope along the trail help you view and identify the whales seen from this location. Awesome view.
Mokapu'u Point- Pic Six
Binoculars are suggested for viewing the whales and seabirds. An interpretive sign and viewing scope along the trail help you view and identify the whales seen from this location.
Mokapu'u Point- Pic Four
.This trail is an excellent place to view migrating humpback whales in season (November-May). Binoculars are suggested for viewing the whales and seabirds.