1) Low or indirect grilling is a must for proper Huli Huli Chicken. Direct heat pretty much incinerates the chicken. It ain't pretty. (See below) No matter how hungry you may be, start early and go the indirect method.
2a) The vegetable corollary: The same applies for 8 full ears plus 3 scrawny home-grown ears of corn.
3) Magical Self-Separating Finger Jello never fails to amaze. It is now a science experiment for one of my daughter's friends. Something about relative densities?!
Monday: Chicken Kelaguen. A good summer meal and as a bonus, uses the bag of shredded carrots in my fridge. A few more chicken legs used.
Tuesday: Omi's Shoyu Fish. In the hopes of having more precise measurements.
Thursday: Something new: pork/mushroom/kimchee stir-fry. And rice.
Friday: Quinoa Salad with the rest of the corn and the last of our fresh cucumbers. It's starting to feel like Fall.
Bonus Saturday: If you are in Mountain View CA, consider attending Hui Ilima's 52nd Annual Luau. Traditional, homemade Hawaiian food.
Eat Well. Be Well.