Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Hula on my mind

Hula girls, Hula pie (which gets me in less trouble), Hula, Hula, Hula
Fall has arrived in Kansas this week and October (several years back) was the month my wife and I took our first trip to Hawaii so I always start thinking about the Land of Aloha around now. OK, so I think about it all the time but I  especially think about it around October.


  1. Never heard of Hula pie before, but it needs to me checked out! :)

    Mersad Donko Photography

  2. All nice pictures to be sure... But that Hula Pie looks delicious!

    1. Big enough for two but you won't want to share!

      From the restaraunt that made it famous;

      Hula Pie

      Okay, its time you know about the Kimo’s Original Hula Pie®. Billed as “this is what the sailors swam ashore for in Lahaina” this dessert that was developed at Kimo’s long ago and has been pleasing even the heartiest of dessert eaters ever since.

      Hula Pie is made with Kimo’s favorite macadamia nut ice cream piled high on a chocolate cookie crust and topped with chocolate fudge, whipped cream, and more macadamia nuts. It is sized for sharing, but rarely goes unfinished! Come on in and enjoy a slice. Although created at Kimo’s, Hula Pie is now a favorite at most of our restaurants.


      How to eat a Hula Pie

      Size it Up. Choosing your angle is very important in a situation like this.

      Turn it on its side. It’s pretty when you first get it, but now it is time to eat.

      Let each flavor be known. With a dark chocolate cookie crust, macadamia nut ice cream, rich fudge sauce, macadamia nuts and whipped cream there’s a lot of tasting to be done.

      Finish it Off! Don’t be shy, whether you are with a group or all by your lonesome, its rewarding (and very possible) to finish.

  3. I make a pretty mean Hula Pie!!!

  4. Very nice portrait shot! I never ate Hula pie before,I guess I have to visit Va next summer.

  5. Sweet pics of the dancers and sweet pic of the pie! October has good memories for you and the little lady!

  6. I'll skip the hula and take the pie.


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