Former Crusader joins Warriors

June 29th, 2012
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Defensive back Michael Martin has been added to the Warriors' roster as a walk-on.

Martin is a 2009 Saint Louis School graduate who was at Mt. San Antonio College for two years. He spent the past semester at Kapiolani Community College finishing work on an associate's degree.

Martin is 6 feet and 185 pounds.

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UH strength coach Tommy Heffernan has pushed players to the physical brink with his strenuous conditioning program. Today, once again, it is Heffernan's turn to be tested.

Heffernan will be leading the 40-mile walk from Diamond Head to  Hauula District Park to raise money for his daughter's education at the Variety School and raise awareness about Hawaii children with special needs.

If you wish to contribute or participate in the walk, please go to this link: Hilina‘i's Walk.

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Vernon Podlewski bids aloha in this video: Podlewski video.

204 Responses to “Former Crusader joins Warriors”

  1. Huh?:

    First


  2. Huh?:

    Welcome Mr. Martin


  3. PeteJek:

    Aloha.


  4. HawaiiMongoose:

    Top ten.

    Good morning all.


  5. HawaiiMongoose:

    The Big East is making a "financial commitment" to help Boise State get into the Big West.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/60647/3-point-shot-draft-disappointment

    To be invited, Boise needs eight of the ten Big West members to vote in favor. As of yesterday there were reports of four schools in favor and one abstaining (supposedly UC Davis has an acting AD who won't support any changes to the status quo). I'm guessing Hawaii is opposed. Will the money be enough to sway the remaining four schools in Boise's favor? The clock is ticking...


  6. mo808:

    Good Morning! Welcome to the Warriors Michael Martin! Aloha and Best Wishes to Vernon Podlewski!


  7. mo808:

    I wonder if there are more JC guys (offense) headed this way before fall camp (crosses fingers).


  8. mo808:

    Have a good Aloha Friday, and wonderful weekend folks!


  9. mo808:

    Just went back to see the end of yesterdays blog that al indicated more are recruits are on the way. This is good! Okay, so just got to sit tight for now and wait it out. Off season is tough!


  10. Wes'side Warrior:

    Morning, everyone! Happy Aloha Friday!

    Welcome to da home of da Warriors, Michael Martin!

    Good luck to all participants of Hilina'i's Walk!


  11. BowNatic:

    Another JC transfer.... Wow..... Lots to brag about... We need more exposure on the mainland, JC transfers, while great, only lead to being a JC WAC football team.....


  12. Wes'side Warrior:

    Not feeding it... not feeding it... it's Aloha Friday, after all!


  13. wafan:

    Happy Aloha Friday!


  14. wafan:

    Welcome home Martin!

    And

    Aloha Podlewski!

    Whoo-hoo!!!


  15. Naks8:

    Interesting to see what happens with boise


  16. wafan:

    I hope tomorrow is a great day for everyone. If not it is going to be a looooong day.

    A whole second longer, as a matter of fact.


  17. wafan:

    The "MeTV" channel has become one of my favorite channels. Lots of the older shows from the 50's, 60's, and 70's.

    Too bad it is a premium channel in Hawai'i. At least it was last year.


  18. bigislandkurt:

    Now now now (finger wagging) Stephany Lee! A rule is a rule! Albeit a BS rule in this day and age. A rule is a rule. No Olympics for you. You should have known better! (still wagging my finger!) Now now now! Now now now!

    I can't believe that in this day and age, we still penalize athletes for smoking cannibus BUT allow alcohol, pain medication, and other highly harmful items because they are "legal."

    Society, more notably--the sporting world-- still has a long way to go. I guess not all athletes can be as fortunate as NBA players.

    BIK


  19. Slugger:

    Good morning, gang!

    Welcome to Michael Martin!

    Hope the Hilina'i walkers have a successful stroll & fundraising.

    Good luck, Vern.

    Hi ho...


  20. BigHiloFan2:

    Good morn9ing Tsaikos everywhere.

    Welcome Mr. Martin. Welcome welcome.

    Aloha for now, Mr. Podlewski. best of luck in your solar panel job. good for your family!

    and come join the Warrior beat. post. we could use the inside scoops.


  21. Last Call:

    One of Dave Shoji's new transfers from the PAC 12 had an interesting quote about Hawaii's conditioning program ...... "dang these workouts are on a whole other level"


  22. UH4eva:

    No Boise


  23. wafan:

    Western Washington CC!

    *Friday, June 29
    *6:00 p.m.
    *Mongolian BBQ at the Shanghai Restaurant, Lacey, on 6th just outside the main SMU (St. Martin’s University) entrance
    *Join Izzy, wafan, and visiting M/M 702WarriorFan
    *RSVP at wafan at comcast period net – by noon TODAY


  24. koakane:

    morning 808 weather is good and weekend is here

    slugger and Mr.P in the solar bussiness ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh still go green

    kope up need to keep the heart in shape


  25. UH4eva:

    Just say NO


  26. wafan:

    Zapper at work.


  27. koakane:

    wafan at one time all those places was just a big forest but there was one diner called the pines. located next to a trailer park. special was a cheese burger, mess of fries and chocolate shake for two bucks and truck drives stopped by at both places. trailer park had its own special after a lonely long drive bwhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.


  28. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Welcome Michael.

    Good luck to Coach Podlewski and his family.


  29. Stephen Tsai:

    Boise has only itself to blame for its current mess.
    Boise was the one that contributed to the demise of the WAC by deciding to leave for the MWC. And if it felt the WAC was so inadequate, it shouldn't have tried to place its non-football sports there.
    And for all of the talk of its 100-percent summer participation, it now is appealing the nine lost scholarships for breaking summer rules.


  30. A-joe:

    'Gmorning gang!

    Eh, just a friendly reminder. If you're expecting to do some roofing repairs come this fall please consider:

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    Inquire Within Da Paint!

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  31. RedZone:

    MeTV is free over the air channel 4.2.


  32. RedZone:

    Big East should just take all of Boise's sports. Or not.


  33. Stephen Tsai:

    In the 1960s, we used to call MeTV just TV.


  34. gigi-hawaii:

    Wafan: what's a MONGOLIAN BBQ? To me, a BBQ is a BBQ is a BBQ. Lol


  35. Wes'side Warrior:

    Yeah, RedZone brings up an interesting suggestion. IF the Big East is so eager to help Boise offset it's finances by donating to whatever conference takes Boise Olympic sports, why don't they take ALL of Boise, and let them donkeys feel the travel burn. I think ALL votes should be cast against Boise, from whatever conference door(s) they knock on.


  36. Wes'side Warrior:

    I miss those old variety shows... Red Skelton, Milton Berle, Jack Benny, Ed Sullivan, etc. Glad that my wife has found several Korean variety tv shows to watch. I also used to get a kick out of the Japanese variety shows. And their commercials are some of the best and most creative I've ever seen.


  37. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos! Happy Aloha Friday!

    Welcome home, Mr. Martin!

    Best wishes to Vern. We'll miss seeing you on the sidelines, but hopefully we'll still see you and the family at the games.


  38. jm2375:

    Just say no to B$U


  39. Stephen Tsai:

    Not sure who Koa Kaleopaa is, but he received an offer from UH.


  40. al:

    he's a big time prospect in socal...olb.

    http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/player-Koa-Kaleopaa-137105


  41. al:

    ww...i heard about those variety shows. must have been before my time.


  42. al:

    so in the end...bs to u.

    if they don't find a home for the olympic sports then title ix will destroy them.


  43. Wes'side Warrior:

    Wow! Quite a few schools chasing after him too.

    Okay, Al... how about Donny and Marie, or Carol Burnett? Sonny & Cher? HeeHaw? And a great musical one that I still see on occasion... Lawrence Welk!

    In Korea, a buddy of ours used to get Benny Hill tapes sent to him by his wife. Those were hilarious too.


  44. jm2375:

    ST - I didn't notice it yesterday, but there's a typo in the story about Vern.

    He was named the ILH's coach of the year in 2012.

    Shouldn't it be 2010?


  45. A-joe:

    39-40 Das one big braddah.

    43. ww- first time I saw Benny Hill was in '80 at my brother's apartment in San Diego. Two years later his shows started showing up on PBS in the islands. Fricken hilarious!!


  46. A-joe:

    Kaleopaa

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8uT9W8ioX8


  47. Kekoa:

    Gigi ~

    Remind me to get you & hubby inside the wire at Ft. Shafter one nite. At Hale Ikena they serve a typical Mongolian BBQ usually on Thursday nites.

    Viva la difference!


  48. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Gee, world is coming to an end - the Mayans may be right - but when AL posts at a reasonable hour (7:30ish) instead of at the witching hour, you know something is going to be different.

    # 34 GIGI - should let WAFAN answer your question but since I"m up and around ...

    Mongolian barbeque - first came across it on a trip. It is somewhat akin to the arrangement that you have at Camillia. You take your meats (chicken, pork, beef, lamb), the vegetables and then you add your various sauces - soy, ginger water, etc etc, and take it to the chef.

    There is a big stove of sorts, somewhat like an up-side-down wok where he will stir-fly your selection.

    There were a couple of them in Honolulu but afraid I have not been to one in years.

    Was good stuff though!


  49. chopsueyboy:

    Wes'Side Warrior

    I miss those variety shows too.
    Smothers Brothers
    Jonathan Winters
    Flip Wilson
    King Family
    Ed Sullivan


  50. Old Diver:

    I wouldn't take Boise unless they play all of their games on the road. Why should our athletes miss more class time to accommodate Boise State. Did I mention the $100 million escrow fund that will be used to pay each school $1 million dollars a year for ten years regardless of when Boise State flies the coop. Take it or leave it.


  51. gigi-hawaii:

    Kekoa and Tom: if it is STIR FRY then why call if a BBQ? Lol.


  52. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Gee, world is coming to an end - the Mayans may be right - but when AL posts at a reasonable hour (7:30ish) instead of at the witching hour, you know something is going to be different.

    # 34 GIGI - should let WAFAN answer your question but since I"m up and around ...

    Mongolian barbeque - first came across it on a trip. It is somewhat akin to the arrangement that you have at Camillia. You take your meats (chicken, pork, beef, lamb), the vegetables and then you add your various sauces - soy, ginger water, etc etc, and take it to the chef.

    There is a big stove of sorts, somewhat like an up-side-down wok where he will stir-fly your selection. The stove is a cylinder-like with fire coming out on the sides- can get pretty hot in there - hence it is seen by you outside the window - like watching the cooking at Alan Wong but having the stove area enclosed.

    There were a couple of them in Honolulu but afraid I have not been to one in years.

    Was good stuff though!


  53. Kekoa:

    Right you are Judge!...and btw, they also feature it at the 'O' club at the Kaneohe Marine Base. Col. A-house can take his neighbor for a thorough de-briefing.


  54. gigi-hawaii:

    For July 4, I am thinking of grilling on our gas grill. I found a recipe for shish ka bob. Never made it before.

    First, I gotta find metal skewers at Kmart or Target. Isn't it dangerous to use wooden skewers? Might catch on fire.


  55. tommui:

    Sorry - duplicate posting (#53, #52) but it is a barbeque because it is on top of a barbeque like stove. (usually wood fired).

    The cook may stir it around but I guess it is like people at the barbeque pit flipping the meat, vegetables etc around whereas stir-fly usually would mean using a conventional electric or gas stove.


  56. papajoe2:

    Good mornin everybody!
    I got my Stevie Wonder confirmation when I called UH. Support! See you dere!


  57. papajoe2:

    Just say no to BSU.


  58. tommui:

    The Stevie Wonder concert seems to have a lack of PR or advertising in the papers or TV or the like. Why?


  59. Stephen Tsai:

    They're now saying the Mayan's prediction might have been misinterpreted, which means there will be a UH softball season in 2013.


  60. Kekoa:

    Ok Gigi...now you've done it! My Mongolian friends are calling to complain that you dissed their BBQ.

    They told me I can bring hubby, but leave you home.


  61. Stephen Tsai:

    Mongolia has a beef with Gigi?


  62. jimmy the lock:

    That is funny. Metal pots and pans, metal grills, metal skewers, everything taste like metal. lol

    Welcome, welcome recruits!


  63. gigi-hawaii:

    hahaha! You folks crack me up. Totally unexpected repartee.


  64. jimmy the lock:

    Mongolians do well in sumo.


  65. Wes'side Warrior:

    Re: "BBQ"... I'm guessing it's similar to asking "what is Indian Curry? Curry is curry, is curry." Have you tried that Himalayan Kitchen restaurant? That curry is not even close to the curry I was brought up with. It's very... um... different. Just saying that we use descriptive terms such as "BBQ" quite loosely. And, our idea of a certain dish or category of food may be far different from how others use it.

    Chopsueyboy... Flip Wilson? That was another good fun, crazy show! Smothers Brothers seemed to fight too much... at least for our "young" eyes.

    Come to think of it.... "BS" U is not really good initials, huh?


  66. A-House:

    Another student athlete finds his way home!

    Jus great! luv it!!!!!!!!!


  67. Wes'side Warrior:

    Gigi... you can soak wooden skewers to keep them from burning. When we used them, we soaked them in room temperature water for about half hour. Clean up is easy... when pau, just throw 'em in da fire!


  68. al:

    i met donny and marie while filming their movie "going coconuts". the showroom that was staged was the one that i ran back in '78.


  69. Wes'side Warrior:

    Sorry for cheating and combining answers to several posts in one entry. I need to break them up in the future... one post per discussion topic. Been getting lazy, thus lowering our total blog count per day! My apologies!


  70. Wes'side Warrior:

    Lucky buggah! Marie was a cutie back then!


  71. al:

    the military bases serve a mongolian bbq at the various clubs. it used to be very popular. but, hey, its not a bbq guys. like tom describes its a stir fry not a bbq.


  72. al:

    okay...my last mongolian issue.
    what is a mongolian?
    chinese or korean or russian?
    perhaos a runaway japanese?

    and yah, a lot of the sumotori were mongolian, but, didn't they come from korea?


  73. gigi-hawaii:

    Mongolia: niece traveled alone thru there. People did not know what or where Hawaii was. So niece's mom mailed her postcards and she showed it to the people. Awesome! They were so impressed.


  74. al:

    ww...yah nice kids. they were teenie boppers back then.
    only drink 7 up.


  75. gigi-hawaii:

    WW - thanks for the info. Now, debating whether to buy metal or wooden skewers. What about splinters in the food?


  76. gigi-hawaii:

    Kekoa: if you want to take me and hubby to a Mongolian BBQ, we're game. In fact, we will pay for the meal and treat you and Diane, too.


  77. Wes'side Warrior:

    Gigi... never had problems with splinters. We've got metal skewers too. They really get hot. Compared to the wooden ones, they take far longer to cool down to the point when you can handle them. Some guests like to dig into the food right off of the grill, while others display uneasy patience waiting for them to cool down. So, we stick with the wooden ones now. Just don't reuse them, as one neighbor suggested! (Only time they are reused is when the kids have the marshmallows going.)


  78. gigi-hawaii:

    WW: OK, will opt for the wooden skewers, then. I didn't know the metal ones would be too hot to handle. Good to know this.


  79. mctruck:

    All this talk bout mongolia..getting me hungry fo kim chee la dat.

    If it weren't fo mongolia....we wouldn't have stuff like da mongol motor cycle club in America. nice social club.


  80. mctruck:

    wuz just joking.....bwaaahahaha!!


  81. Ipu Man:

    Hungarians intermarried with Koreans and move up to Mongolia.
    That's why they are so "hungry"...


  82. Ipu Man:

    Has anyone tried the new barbeques sandwiches from Burger King yet?
    They look ono...and cheap.


  83. A-House:

    Kekoa:

    my last experience with the Officers Club at MCBH was terrible.

    we had the lunch buffet and the last item I ate were the fresh red grapes - within 10 minutes I was puking my guts out and sitting on the toilet at the same time

    UGH!!


  84. Hilo Moon:

    Don't forget the Carol Burnett Show ... tops in comedy,song, and dance. Watching comedic genius Tim Conway "cracking up" both cast and audience, especially Harvey Korman, would make me laugh till it hurt! One of the funniest scenes in tv history has to be the time Conway played a dentist who accidentally gives himself a novocaine shot and then tries to work on Korman. What makes it funnier is that Korman tries to stay in character, but fails miserably because of Conway's antics.

    I know, off topic, but I laugh just thinking about that scene and had to share.


  85. Ipu Man:

    A-joe, thanks for that vid on Kaleopaa.
    He charges the line like a full back except he is on defense.
    And his eagle eye catches the prey.
    Didja notice the video off to the right,
    "The Worst College Penalty Call Ever"?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et8oi3_B4-A&feature=related
    Bachi, Bachi, Bachi...


  86. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Had a Mongolian BBQ a few times in Guam on Anderson AFB. It was exactly as tommui described in #52. Only difference is the stove was outside and we could stand next to it while waiting...so a BBQ??? Unusual shape grill. I agree it is conceptually of stir-fry of sorts and great when you are far from home.

    gigi -- no splinters :lol:


  87. Bigwave96744:

    Out: Marcus Umu, 5'11", 200lbs Safety out of St Louis c/o '10, former Warrior now at Mt. SAC
    In: Michael Martin, 6'0", 185lbs Safety out of St Louis c/o '09, formerly at Mt. SAC now going to be a Warrior


  88. Ipu Man:

    Here's Buddy Hackett on The Dean Martin Show
    talking about going out for a pizza...
    Click Here: Going out to get a pizza


  89. Ipu Man:

    http://video.staged.com/localshops/buddy_hackett_on_the_dean_martin_show


  90. gigi-hawaii:

    A-House: why would grapes give you the runs? Odd.


  91. jimmy the lock:

    @al
    The Mongolian sumo wrestlers are from Mongolia. If they were from Korea they would be Korean sumo wrestlers. Same as the Hawaiian sumotori, from Hawaii.


  92. RedZone:

    MMC

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOBlXZyKC6A


  93. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Hilo Moon -

    Yup, Carol Burnett's Show was non-stop hilarity - soooo many funny characters on that show! It made me laugh just reading your post! :lol:


  94. jimmy the lock:

    Grapes can give you the runs but not 10 minutes after eating them.


  95. tommui:

    How many spams do we have to subtract before AL or WAFAN scoop in for the 100th position?


  96. al:

    splinters on bbq sticks? what?
    at least no need buy toothpicks.


  97. al:

    yup...impossible to get 10 minute food poisoning from grapes.


  98. d1shima:

    wunundread


  99. al:

    bigwave...the proverbial swinging door.


  100. d1shima:

    owellwunohwun


  101. al:

    so tom...7-11 is selling jumbo sized spam musubi...twice as thick spam.


  102. SteveM:

    Gas griller.
    One well known Tsai-ko comes to mind... know who?

    not gigi. :)
    I have a prize in mind: If Kekoa & gigi folks go to the Shafter Mongolian BBQ-- I'll go too and buy dinner for the winner with the first correct guess.


  103. al:

    chopsueyboy


  104. d1shima:

    Many buffets in Vegas have that type of service at their Asian sections. Usually referred to as "stir-fry"

    There are metal skewers made with heavy gauge wire that work amazingly well by eliminating the problem of unusable grill space caused by long, straight skewers. Just string up your chunks and wind things around on the grill in all the empty spaces.


  105. al:

    we used to serve filet mignon, potatoes, assorted whole fresh garden veg, en flambe and would parade it around the room.

    carve it for the guests with all the fanfare. that flaming sword was a hit back then. sort of liked a giant kabob.


  106. gigi-hawaii:

    SteveM: you're on! But it's gotta be in the evening. Hubby works during the day -- and Kekoa mentioned he thinks Mongolian BBQ is offered on Thursdays. Got to double check.


  107. d1shima:

    al,

    I guess the evolution of that is the "Brazilian Steak House"


  108. gigi-hawaii:

    Al: they must have soaked the meat in brandy if it was flambe, right?


  109. jimmy the lock:

    lol, wrong.


  110. jojo ®:

    I'm hungry! Thanks a lot guys! Have a great weekend!


  111. duffer:

    @ Jack's can get takeout for Jojo


  112. wafan:

    Yup. Circular iron griddle about 3' across. Really a stir-fry in the round. Really need to be careful when mixing the sauce.

    Went to one down in Corvallis after the OSU game, too.

    Okay, when is the evening cc going to be scheduled?

    YUM!


  113. gigi-hawaii:

    Kekoa: do you need to be military to dine at Ft Shafter? Hubby reminded me that we were able to see a musical at Richardson Theater, but that was years ago.


  114. gigi-hawaii:

    Somebody should call Kekoa and tell him to read the WB.


  115. Mrs. SB:

    SteveM re 105

    NSF


  116. Bowwar:

    JD: SAY NO TO THE DONKEYS!!!!


  117. SteveM:

    Mrs. SB -- good guess, but NorthShoreFan is the one who brings a flame thrower for the charcoal. :) But he did bring a propane stove to heat up a wok of oil for deep frying my pork belly side experiment once.

    I'm thinking of a typical gas BBQ grill like you buy at the outdoor stores.


  118. gigi-hawaii:

    SteveM: Al made a guess (chopsueyboy).


  119. Stretch:

    Someone has been busy!

    http://www.hawaiitribune-herald.com/sections/news/local-news/man-sues-police-officers-over-alleged-beating.html


  120. Wes'side Warrior:

    As far as talk shows go, I really loved (and terribly miss) Johnny Carson.

    Here's a couple of familiar faces:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih6LxwdwvlA


  121. wafan:

    SteveM . . .

    Was not there but recall talk of Homey (I think) and gramps making chow fun on a gas wok.


  122. wafan:

    Okay, off to meet with M/M 702WF and Izzy.


  123. A-joe:

    SteveM-

    al

    Homey

    JJ

    hiflyer

    kazz


  124. wafan:

    Will take photos if I am not too distracted by . . . FOOD.


  125. A-joe:

    SteveM-

    Koakane


  126. A-joe:

    wafan- Make us proud!


  127. SteveM:

    Hi, I'm back from an errand...actually a half pound of crispy roast pork :-)

    Never had the pleasure of watching chopsueyboy grill.

    A-joe-- nope. But to give a hint, you have seen him at a gas grill ...cooking meat, chicken, sausages, etc....

    now, to heat up some rice for a late lunch. :)
    BBL


  128. gigi-hawaii:

    A-joe must really want to join us for Mongolian BBQ. Lol.


  129. duffer:

    Don't forget to invite al


  130. Shoko:

    Here's a restaurant that I visited in Reno. It's called Genghis Grill and is a franchise that started in Lubbock, Texas and expanded. It was pretty good. You can buy single serving signature dishes or you can go Tsaiko and get the all-you-can-eat!

    http://www.genghisgrill.com/index.php

    Unfortunately, Genghis Grill has yet to conquer Hawaii. So, if you ever find yourself near a GG location, I recommend trying it.

    No news about BSU's situation as of yet?


  131. lakesidegt:

    SteveM
    Tnks again for setting up the cruiser call. Where did you get the crispy roast pork from? I used to like Lins at Liliha square, but they are long gone. A restaurant in Market City has some good stuff, but kind of out the way for me.


  132. A-House:

    Gigi:

    Grapes, like many other fruits, can carry different diseases/fungus/virus and if not washed clean can make "hay" with your pomp/stomach.

    same for fresh veggies - friend contracted hepatitis B and died from eating salad at a restaurant.


  133. jm2375:

    SteveM - HeinekenHealer?


  134. Otto:

    58. Tommui. The Stevie Wonder concert is a fundraiser. They sent advance email notices to corporate sponsors, package season ticket holders (AKA), etc., first. General annoucnement and advertising will start next week...


  135. gigi-hawaii:

    A-House: thanks for the heads up. Good thing you told me.

    Hubby and I are scheduled to receive Hepatitis A and B shots tomorrow at Straub. Doctor recommended it because we are going to India for 15 days later this year.

    Also he recommended malaria pills.


  136. SteveM:

    lakesidegt:
    June 29th, 2012 at 2:16 pm
    SteveM
    Tnks again for setting up the cruiser call. Where did you get the crispy roast pork from? I used to like Lins at Liliha square, but they are long gone. A restaurant in Market City has some good stuff, but kind of out the way for me.

    lakesidegt-- I went to the old Lin's location too since it is just down Liliha for me. Nice Day dim sum restaurant. I would rely on Al or tommui to say where the good char siu and roast pork is now, besides Fong's.

    The Nice Day roast port is fairly comparable to the old Lin's. I buy char siu elsewhere though.


  137. Stretch:

    If anyone wants to watch the Olympic Women's Gymnastics streaming live.... Cheer on Kyla Ross, daughter of former baseball player Jason Ross

    http://www.nbcolympics.com/liveextra/video-watch/2012/june-29-gymnastics-w.html


  138. SteveM:

    jm2375 -- I haven't seen heinekenhealer gas grill either. Hmmm, I must be missing out...hey, I'm available for BBQ's... :evil:
    -- But good "out-of-the-box" guess. :)

    You guys are toying with me right? As soon as that Tsai-ko is revealed, you're going to say "Oh, yeah...." --even the Cruisers (who might have heard the confirmation from "the source") last call. :lol:


  139. K-Bay:

    Jm2375:

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  140. tommui:

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  141. tommui:

    Per Google, there is a Mongolian bbq on Jasmine Street - Kaimuki. I don't know how current the information is.

    I remember there was one down in the Chinatown Plaza and he moved it later to a site across from the Convention Center and then to Waikiki (or vice versa) but I only went to the one in the Chinatown Plaza. My kids really liked it - but of course that was about 20-years ago!


  142. gigi-hawaii:

    Tom: when I told hubby about Mongolian BBQ today, he reminded me we went to the one in the Cultural Plaza many years ago. I don't quite remember what it looked like. Nor do I remember how the food tasted.


  143. koakane:

    ajoe I not sure if I am the first or if SteveM is referring to being first or just when he shows up. but I had a pic taken and put in the pics of shots taken at tgate back in 09.

    if winna ajoe get the chicken dinna.


  144. SteveM:

    gigi -- since you select the ingredients, quantity, and sauce(s) you place in your dish prior to being cooked, the taste can vary greatly. I suppose one could only judge the quality and variety of the ingredients. The taste is literally in your hands. :)


  145. koakane:

    I am referring to gas grill and wok usage .... not even sure if the chow fun w/ homey or the fried rice and eggs w/ jj was same years.

    have a good day

    btw if you not in you in the way......saw this on a tshirt


  146. Kekoa:

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    Just returned from my cousin's funeral up at Punchbowl. The usual reception gathering followed, with a wild assortment of ethnic grinds.

    Yes, I will be open to planning a Thursday for the stir fry dinner formerly known as a Mongolian BBQ. It may be easier to stop by your hale and pick you up. That way you won't have to do the 'Perp Walk'thru the security check point, as they strip search you.

    Hep shots A & B? Ouch! They are the original pain-in-the-a$$ shots. Try not to sit down to quickly.


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  149. gigi-hawaii:

    Kekoa: mahalo! Your limousine too? Way to go! Name the date and time.

    hey, those shots? thought they were in the arm not the okole!


  150. koakane:

    if the magolian bbq is the style of cooking as described by tommui there is one like it in the food court at pearl ridge next to the movie plex


  151. SteveM:

    SteveM:
    June 29th, 2012 at 12:23 pm
    ...
    I'm thinking of a typical gas BBQ grill like you buy at the outdoor stores.

    Here are some representative pictures:
    http://bbq.about.com/od/gasgrills/tp/aatp062109a.htm

    The BBQ grill might have a layer of lava cinder rocks (but not charcoal) between the gas burners and the fuud rack.


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  154. al:

    the military clubs had mongolian bbq nights out of desperation since none had been known to have hired a top chef.

    for some clubs, it killed them when in the mid '90's they then had to turn a profit to remain open. the mongolian bbq concept was that they charged you by the ounce for what you loaded your bowl with. they didn't have the wherewithal to charge a fee for the rice, beverages, and labor costs let alone know what to actually charge.


  155. al:

    its been a year since i last had a meal at camellia.


  156. koakane:

    if your talking big grill then my vote is northshore fan that I can recall

    btw mine is a desk top gas grill and no stones, wooe or charcoal, just gas propane hooked up


  157. koakane:

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  159. A-joe:

    al-

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  169. HiFlyer:

    SteveM

    Must be before I joined you guys because no one has used a gas grill as you decribed at any of the T-gates that I have gone to.


  170. gigi-hawaii:

    SteveM: Koakane said he uses a gas grill. If he is the one, then A-Joe wins. Lol.


  171. SteveM:

    HiFlyer:
    June 29th, 2012 at 5:14 pm
    SteveM
    Must be before I joined you guys because no one has used a gas grill as you decribed at any of the T-gates that I have gone to.

    HiFlyer -- Great observation! The 2nd half of your sentence is correct and should be enough to reveal the mystery griller.

    Actually, I suspect Al has already figured it out but doesn't want to win a Mongolian BBQ dinner... :evil:


  172. Ipu Man:

    We go from Waialae just off of 12th, the side street from Duk Kee- Mongolian BBQ,
    to Duke University to announce a new qb from there to join Chow at UH according
    to Mike Cherry, on 6pm news...


  173. Ipu Man:

    Actually, he's not Duke's first string qb, but anyhow a fairly good 3-star high
    school recruit who supposedly graduated in three years. So he must be pretty
    smart, too.


  174. gigi-hawaii:

    wow, we have so many quarterbacks.


  175. Stephen Tsai:

    Ipu Man:
    No, it's not official yet. He hasn't been admitted into grad school. Without that, he can't transfer or be eligible to play.. We've all been waiting for official word for about three weeks.


  176. Ipu Man:

    Still, it's a nice tie in to Duk Kee- Mongolian BBQ...


  177. Ipu Man:

    And thanks Stephen for steppin in on your vacation and commenting about it.
    Can you shoot down some of the $bammers?
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    :roll:


  178. Stephen Tsai:

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  179. Stephen Tsai:

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    I appreciate all of the contributions.


  180. Kaleo_1:

    I think you made a mistake on the direction of Coach's walk-- I believe it is from Diamond Head to Hau'ula-- I could be wrong


  181. Kekoa:

    SteveM ~ I used a propane stove to warm my King crab legs at cabana 'A' once during the 2008 season. Prior to that, I believe Koakane was the 1st wen he used his to grill some Kalding.

    Later, during the 2010 season, NSF came to Pavillion #5 with his Thunderstick gas flame thrower. It was used to light the charcoal in his x-Large BBQ grill. He could stand across the street and light his grill, our grill and all the people sitting at the first row of tables.

    Therefore my guess would be Koakane...or maybe...


  182. Stephen Tsai:

    Kaleo:
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    Thanks for the correction.


  183. Program Pity 2012:

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  184. wafan:

    Just returned from the CC.

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  185. Judy Leisher:

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  186. Slugger:

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  187. Slugger:

    SteveM,

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  188. gigi-hawaii:

    Slugger: A-Joe guessed JJ at 1:45 pm. Lol.


  189. Slugger:

    Ah, well, who was it? I didn't start joining T-gates till 2008...

    hmmmmm...


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  191. SteveM:

    SteveM:
    June 29th, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    HiFlyer:
    June 29th, 2012 at 5:14 pm
    SteveM
    Must be before I joined you guys because no one has used a gas grill as you decribed at any of the T-gates that I have gone to.

    HiFlyer -- Great observation! The 2nd half of your sentence is correct and should be enough to reveal the mystery griller.

    Hmmm, that's why this contest is surprisingly difficult....but like I said, when people see the answer. it'll be. "Oh yeah...that's right..." :)


  192. HiFlyer:

    Never had the pleasure of watching chopsueyboy grill.

    A-joe-- nope. But to give a hint, you have seen him at a gas grill ...cooking meat, chicken, sausages, etc....

    I'm thinking of a typical gas BBQ grill like you buy at the outdoor stores.

    Here are some representative pictures:
    http://bbq.about.com/od/gasgrills/tp/aatp062109a.htm

    The BBQ grill might have a layer of lava cinder rocks (but not charcoal) between the gas burners and the fuud rack.


  193. HEINEKEN:

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  197. kapakahi:

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  198. Oh Brother:

    HNN not scoring any brownie points with UH football coaches. First was Chris "Tanaka" mentioning Dirk Koetter as the "first choice" rather than pumping up Coach Chow's hiring. Now, Mike Cherry reporting on something that shouldn't be until he is accepted into school. Who else they got left in the Sports Department? I know which station will NOT be getting any interviews.


  199. kapakahi:

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  200. kapakahi:

    Gotta believe that HNN not likely to get the Coach's Show renewed anytime soon!


  201. al:

    that 12th ave mongolian bbq didn't last very long.
    personally, i never cared for the style or lack thereof.


  202. Stephen Tsai:

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