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• 2 pounds hamburger, organic if possible
• 64 ounces tomato sauce, organic if possible
• 2 cups frozen corn
• 2 cups frozen carrots
• 2 cups frozen peas
• 2 tablespoons minced garlic
• 5 whole bay leaves
• 2 bay leaves, crushed
• handful Hawaiian salt
• squeeze Sriracha
• 2 tablespoons virgin olive oil
Put oil in pot over medium heat. Brown hamburger in pot with minced garlic. Add tomato sauce, salt, Sriracha, bay leaves and frozen vegetables. Then simmer for 20-30 minutes. Serve with rice or King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls like a sloppy Joe.
(Above) The author and James Roache laugh it up in the kitchen while making Roache’s easy-to-cook One- pot Hamburger Stew (top right). PHOTOS BY RYAN SAKAMOTO AND RUBEN CARRILLO
TIhis Braddah Shares A Funny Guy Foodie Fave
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’m excited to kick off season 16 of Cooking Hawaiian Style with my friend James Roache. James is one half of comedy duo Da Braddahs, and shares the screen and
 stage with Tony Silva. No aspect of island life is safe from this wacky brand of Hawaiian-style ridicule.
James is a 1985 graduate of Hawai‘i Baptist Academy and played football for Pac-Five — all while strutting his stuff as “The McInerny Boy,” modeling their latest styles.
This week, James entertains us while cooking his famous One-pot Hamburger Stew.
         You can watch episodes of “Cooking Hawaiian Style,” presented by Aloha Mortgage Advisors at Ka Laʻi Aloha Estate, on OC16 channels 10 and 1012, as well as nationwide via LifeStyle Network, FNX Net- work, Roku and Hawaiian Airlines in-flight entertainment. “Cooking Hawaiian Style” airs in over 43 million homes worldwide. Get this free recipe and thousands of others at

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