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Your detailed stories of Chuck E. Cheese and Ranch House are fascinating! I would have never known Ranch House had at one time split into two restaurants. Mahalo for all that! Hawaiiana Group I assume? He also had a house well mansion really across Kalanianaole Hwy. I seem to recall that the same contractors which built McDonalds also built his house and that they shared the same red brick building materials. Aina Haina itself also has some interesting history.

Getting back to Hind, Robert Hind grew up in the sugar plantation on the big island, where he learned to handle livestock. In , he purchased land in Wailupe and the founded the Hind-Clarke dairy. He died before WWII and after the war, the dairy was sold and the land between East and West Hind drives were developed, creating the kernel of the area we now know as Aina Haina.

I also enjoy learning just about anything. In the days before it was renovated, Parker Ranch Shopping Center was very reminiscent of Aina Haina, in my eyes anyway. Both were strip malls with a super market on the left side, a central courtyard area. Yup, knew about that. It goes like this:. They ate at Washington Saimin and Boulevard Saimin. Sullivan secured deals with a local saimin noodle factory, fishcake supplier and a Japanese company, Ajinomoto, to manufacture a special soup base.

Interesting story about the history of Aina Haina and Robert Hind. That shopping center has changed quite a lot lately. The corner where Chuck E. Cheese was is all divided up now and opened up. As you know, Foodland wears many hats: Any other of those stores might pop up at Parker Ranch commercial properties perhaps.

Served local coffee shop-style meals at reasonable prices, and had the best house salad dressing. Very popular with local families and older patrons. Closed due to retirement?

According to a Honolulu Magazine article by the late and great John Heckathorn, Spindrifter was owned by Jolly Roger, a competitor at the time to Spencecliff, and also an umbrella company that also owned Yum Yum Tree.

Classic American family diner with a local twist, very similar in food and overall ambiance to what Wailana Coffee House is today. Time to add Wailana Coffee House to the list — I'm bummed, good breakfast place, and close to where I stay when I visit.

After 48 years, they are closing. Re the closing of the Wailana. It's the last place that's kind of in the old Spencecliff style, like Tops, which used to be across the street. Just check out Kaimuki today vs.

Not to mention the general availability of sushi of all kinds: But for the nostalgic, there's still the Crack Seed Store on Koko Head which has been there for 60 years that I know of almost unchanged.

What's worse is that some fake Disneyland kind of development is going to replace it and another piece of dwindling Old Hawaii is gone. They should spend the money. It's been a goldmine for all these years and would continue to be if renovated. There are always lines at the door and folks willing to pay the price for the retro experience. There's nothing wrong with their food either. There's a reason that all the old comfort foods are still popular — because locals still love them and eat them and lots of tourists do too.

I know it's Waikiki, and lots of locals stay the heck away from it due to prices, and there is better profit to be had by tearing it down, but what happens when the next huge downturn comes, those tourists disappear and it's just the locals again? I agree with all of you about Wailana Coffee House.

I'm curious if the owners would accept funds from a massive online GoFundMe drive. I thought they only owned the ground floor space where the restaurant is. I actually live only a block away from there, and admittedly don't eat there as often as I conveniently could or should. It is created through a process of pouring ammonia on meat cartilage, if I remember correctly.

The result of the process is this pink stuff. That pink gore so far is one of the most in famous web urban legend. Ppl talk a lot, create new fears and anxieties. All processed meats are made this way and have been for hundreds of years. Did you think hotdogs are a cut right off the animal? This picture is a fraud. ABC is in the process of being sued currently for using this and other misleading photos in their reporting. Educate yourself and check sources before you blindly believe what the media and others put out based on their specific agenda.

FYI, these food processors do not pour Ammonia of the meat they use ammonium gas to kill any bacteria, just like the vegetable and cheese producers do to safely extend the shelf life of these products. Every time you open a bag of shredded cheese you are releasing the ammonium gas from the bag and the food is immediately unable to stop bacteria and mold from growing. If this gas was not used there would be like a two to three day shelf life for these products and you would see much more rotten food wastefully thrown away.

This gas is found in the air you breath every day and is harmless to humans, unless you breath in large amounts just like carbon dioxide. It is a very natural preservative.

Thanks for that information. Munsell is an expert victim on the program. You can read his six part series starting here:.

So my Tyson chicken nuggets have the same code on them, are they ok to eat or should I take them back to SAMs club. Who needs salmonella when a picture like this should produce instant nausea in any thinking person. I remember about 20 years ago when I first saw some chicken sausage being sold.

I thought the idea of ground poultry was disgusting. Eat your chicken whole, or at least in identifiable parts! They sell that in your chickent nuggets at mcdonalds it is all the crap lard and fat guts part of the chicken, and when it goes thru the chemical process, that is what you are eating. You are better off having your own chickens, or buying an organic chicken, that is not induced with harmones or chemicals.

You should check out the movie very old — ealry seventies I think called Soylent Green. I agree with Oginikwe, it looks disgusting.. I thought it was a large pink boa constrictor.. Either way it looks absolutely gross. It must be the cloned meat.

That one of the comedians was referencing. The bad part is that they are feeding it to inmates. I dont know whether to be happy or upset about that. Expect more and more processed chicken issues http: For this and many other reasons, is why my family and I stopped eating fast food 2 years ago.

They only had a bite each!! You better read more of the Food Safety news…. Salmonella is not unique to chicken or meat products alone. For about a decade I have refused to purchase Tyson chicken since I learned of their inhumane treatment of animals which correlates to salmonella and disease.

Its not for resale and is shipped to correctional facilities. Another reason to not go to prison. It says that this stuff at a correctional facility made people sick, thus the recall. If this is what our society call progress…well I salute our ancestor the caveman and cavewomen who where eating real plants, real meat and where probably not having salmonela issues! They were just dying from diarhea, smallpox, and the plague, which was often induced by the lack of preservation of their meats.

I watched a great series called Connections which traced canned food being evolved from the Napoleon wars. Necessity developed canned food. An offshoot of that was the canning factories got so hot and were cooking the workers they then developed rudimentary modern air conditioning.

I doubt it, they never had the awareness of sanitation nor refrigeration. Archaeologists have found caveman poo in diarrhea form quite often. My thoughts are they suffered from these food born viruses far more often. I have never eaten but have actually had a fairly close look at chicken nuggets and seen the grain of meat in the. They are white also. If this pink stuff is used it must be a small part of the nuggets that I have seen.

Looks like a strawberry milkshake but without diary products. This must be a poultry version of pink slime. Heck at least Klingons eat Gagh, and it looks like maggots.

You would want to get every last piece of meat muscle out of the bird. You could manually remove all the small pieces of meat left over when you de-bone a chicken, that would be called Manually Separated Chicken.

The environmentalists would be all over them for being so wasteful. The cost of manual separation would be excessive, and as is the case in most manual operations, someone figured out how to do the separation mechanically. On a cellular level, muscle is muscle, whether it is an whole intact breast or the smallest scraps left on the wing bone. Ammonia gas is used to help eliminate bacteria.

This is called intervention. It is common practice to use a chemical intervention in meat processing. Whole muscle is even occasionally used. A good example is the Rosemary extract used to extend the shelf life of pork chops. In food production, ammonium hydroxide is used as a leavening agent or acidity regulator and is classified by the Food and Drug Administration as generally recognized as safe GRAS.

Ammonium hydroxide is a very common compound, found naturally in the environment in air, water, and soil and in all plants and animals, including humans. In this instance, where enough salmonella survived intervention, the case seems to be that not enough intervention was used. The one suggestion that I would make is to use a little critical thinking to argue your opinion on the matter.

Most of the comments following this story are half truth one-liners from people whose minds are already made up. If you want to convince people that this is bad, and that we should change our ways, then come up with a coherent, cogent argument based on fact. Research the facts first if need be, but at least question the bias of the source of your information.

For the record, I do not work for or ever have worked for a food processor. It is true that muscle is muscle at the end of the day but the concern is what else is there with it. Mechanically separated goop, if you will allow me to call that, contains cartilage, small amount of bone and other tissue. It is all the other contents that worry people and how they get on the shelves quietly until someone finds out what they are made.

The best course of action should be to announce what processed food contains as soon as it is approved by law and not when it is plastered all over media years later. Well said and thanks for the insight since no one from the time this video came on the scene ever described to the masses what they were viewing and they had to figure it out on their own.

With so much CSI and gore movies out there, they naturally come to the worst description to make sense of it all.

Pretty sure you could keep your karma if you left the unsavory parts of the corpse for other animals and decomposers, like foxes and maggots. There is no need in nature to consume the beaks and toes of a corpse.

The offal that is used to produce this kind of food is waste, already written off before it is re-purposed as mechanically separated meat. It is more akin to a plastics manufacturer using scraps of plastic that are the remainder from a cutting process. This plastic usually has new impurities, and when it is remolded it is typically more brittle or has other problems so it is used in producing other products.

For example, after making a high-end camera case the leftovers are used to make bottlecaps. The question is whether or not some humans should have to eat the bottlecaps. Should meat be more expensive because on the whole it should be held to a higher standard, or should some people have to eat offal because it is more profitable on the whole?

This is not high-quality, high-nutrition meat in the classical term. How does anything processed like that ever get approved as food? This is shameful, outrageous and completely disgusting. No wonder everyone is sick and obese in this country. The pink slime stuff has gone around the Internet a bunch of times as being what Chicken McNuggets are made out of it but this has been widely disproven.

People stupidly and ignorantly agree with these falsehoods without even thinking about it. Mechanically-separated meat parts are used almost exclusively for animal food and feed dog, cat, etc. Cheaper to pay the various beneficiary lawsuits than to apply an actual fix. Regardless how many of the public dies in a fire. Free corporations are not benefiting anyone. If you actually read the article it states that this product is not sold to consumers dork. The food industry in this country is despicable.