Portugese Sausage

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daawgon
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2006/12/08 01:04:16 (permalink)

Portugese Sausage

One of the best things about Hawaii is the food - the islanders really know how to eat well. One of my favorite meals is Portugese Sausage and Eggs. This appears on almost all breakfast menues in the state. With a slight touch of chili added to the pork sausage, Portugese Sausage gives that certain zing to an otherwise boring breakfast. I usually eat the sausage with soy sauce, and most island restaurants serve white rice instead of potatoes with this combo.
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    Neesie
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    RE: Portugese Sausage 2006/12/08 14:27:10 (permalink)
    Maybe its an acquired taste. Personally, I'd rather have the potatoes. It gets monotonous having rice at EVERY single meal. I was sad when I left Hawaii, but I can't say I miss the food.
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    EdSails
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    RE: Portugese Sausage 2006/12/08 15:00:14 (permalink)
    I just picked up the other popular sausage there, loganisa----I believe it's a Philipino style. Not very spicy----on the sweet side----but very tasty. I made it with refried beans but I will definitely have to try it as a part of a Hawaiian breakfast. For dinner though, it was delicious.
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