When we woke up this morning, we retuned to Ono Family Restaurant but this time we brought the whole gang. I mean the place IS called Ono FAMILY Restaurant so it just felt right to come with our motley crew.
For breakfast, hubby and I split two omelets: one filled with bacon and avocado…
…and the other stuffed with spinach and mushroom.
Again, we subbed out the starches with fruit or steamed vegetables.
After moseying around Koloa Town and Poipu in the morning, we retuned home and repurposed a bunch of leftovers into a tasty lunch.
My sister transformed the sweet potato hash into a delicious frittata and I plated a slice along with tomato and green bean salad, roasted broccoli and garlic, and half a chicken apple sausage.
At snacktime, I cut off a hunk of frozen coconut milk…
…and ate it like a popsicle along with some macadamia nuts and dark chocolate.
Wow! This treat was a really yummy indulgence. I’m gonna scope out the Asian grocery stores in the Bay Area to see if they carry this item in the freezer section. The only ingredients are coconut and water and you don’t have to worry about BPA!
For dinner, my chef sister whipped up some macadamia nut oil mayonnaise by just eyeballing the measurements…
…and crafted her own version of a simple crab salad.
She served the salad with a zesty cole slaw…
and sliced avocado sprinkled with sea salt.
Here’s my dinner plate:
After watching my sister finesse her way in the kitchen all week, I realized that I have a shitload to bone up on. She’s an amazing chef with an impeccable palate and mad skillz. I’ve been prodding her to use her super powers for good (Paleo personal chef!) instead of evil (vegetarian/vegan recipe developer) and I think I’m making some headway. Trust me – if any one in the Los Angeles area needs a badass caterer or personal chef, my sis is absolutely amazing. I miss living in the same city as her and mooching her onolicious food…0