The varying temperatures inflict minimal involvement on my part, for the majority of my days are still spent before spreadsheets and screens. A persistent unwellness lingers about my mind and body, urging meals of congee and lean red meat. Pickled cabbage stimulates a tenantless appetite, while Salted Pork Congee reigns at the top of the Most Wanted list. Blanched leafy greens and delectable beef brisket from Wonton Chai are also procured.
The Harvest Festival menu unfortunately excluded the skewers and Pulled Pork Bun I had hankered for so desperately. Instead was the availability of SPAM musubi, a popular Japanese-Hawaiian street snack, and an Aloha Plate. The set comprised of rice, macaroni salad, barbecue chicken, short ribs, and their infamous kahlua pork. A no-tax discount was offered for cash payments for a total of $30 for two Aloha Plate boxes.