But actually the only thing I ever get from there is the teri beef plate or a teri beef sandwich. This debate inspires me to go back to Rainbow’s this weekend and verify my take on it. This post includes affiliate links. It must be their standard brown gravy recipe, because my girlfriend ordered a veal cutlet plate with gravy from there before and it had that same weird chili flavor in it. Enter your name and email below to subscribe to updates from #TotallyBuffalo. Because there are only four parts to a Loco Moco, each part should be thoughtfully considered: Loco Moco with kalua pig, luau stew, and sweet potato at Travaasa Hana (Maui). I don’t think it was a mistake of the day. My girlfriend ordered this plate, and fortunately had enough to share with me. Gravy quest thanks to @ChefGuyFieri Loco Moco Rainbow Drive-In #gravyallover Laps in a syrup pool thanks to the Chicken and Waffles from Southside Top Chef Jennifer Carroll in a bikini, Bacon bikini, Padma licking BBQ sauce sweaty-naked Guaranz. This is where you lose all your gravy critiquing credibility…. Now those guys know how to grill burgers and brew brown gravy! What we call "rice" in Hawaii is called "sticky rice" on the mainland. Tags: food, foodie, Lifestyle, totally buffalo, Welcome to Totally Buffalo! Yup, that DDD episode revealed exactly what my suspicions were. I’ve eaten at Rainbow’s for more than 20 years. And I really mean years! I've seen Loco Moco topped with truffled gravy and truffles shaved all over. In college I learned that on the mainland, when people say "rice," they're referring to rice that doesn't stick together (eg. This might just be that one time the cooks forgot about the macaroni boiling in the water and overcooked it. I grew up thinking that ALL rice sticks (and it's still weird to me that non-sticky rice is a thing). Savory, and flavorful, and egg yolk-y. I moved to Hilo almost 15 years ago and remember when returning to Honolulu for a quick trip we stopped at Likelike Drive-In and they didn’t even know what a loco moco was. More about origins, and where to eat Loco Moco in Hawaii! Or if you have a favorite dish you like from there, please leave a comment and let us know. It’s also conveniently located within walking distance to Waikiki beach, making it a popular stop for hungry tourists, surfers and sunbathers. Common’ now, you can’t come to Oahu and not hit-up Zippy’s at least once! Here’s how I did it: 2) Mix ground beef, onion, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, salt and pepper together in a large bowl. The rice should be Japanese short grain rice. I enjoy gravy too, but wouldn’t appreciated that chili taste either! Traditionally made with SPAM®, this version of an Hawaiian favorite uses ground chuck under a fried egg and 5) In a small skillet, fry each egg, using 1 tablespoon of butter for each. Teriyaki and mac salad is a match made in heaven! I think that Hilo has got to be the birth place of loco mocos (I’m sure I’ll be corrected now that I’ve said it)..But it’s good stuff! I like something just in the middle, a beef gravy (with a bit shoyu/soy sauce...because that's how you do it local-style). I am born and raised in WNY and my pride runs deep. Or more specifically, the “brown gravy” at Rainbow Drive In. Keep it simple. As far the Mac Salad, this could have just been a blunder for that day, which happens at almost ALL restaurants. Not too far off, right? Have you tried the Loco Moco at Jack’s in Aina Haina?? Which entrees do you recommend? Some say it was invented at Lincoln Grill. The last really good Loco Moco I had was at Big City Diner at Ward.

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