字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello. Everyone misses Beth of cooking and crafting. Ah, Friday evening, I was invited out to the Polynesian Cultural Center for their Christmas in Polynesia event, and we were spoiled rotten, first by having a wonderful meal at Pounders restaurant. The food that they brought just continued to come and amaze each and every bite we enjoyed. Ah, there was such a variety of foods, but I believe that some of the things that they fed us where, um, things that were not on menu, so you know, I will probably mention them. And if you do happen to go there, you probably won't be able to find them on the menu. But it started out with pok balls, which was like unscrew hours. They had the raw fish, which is pok when it's cut into the cubes with a little, um, rice ball. And then there was mono pool, which was to die for, and I am going to be dreaming about that for the next two year and 1/2. Um, there was like snow crab cakes with a cilantro lily, coy. I only, um, sauce over it. Tower chips with smoked marlin Deb mahi mahi nuggets. Ah, Oh, the best part was this fried Oh, Naga with the Thai sweet chili sauce. I wanted to bathe in that It was so, so good. They had Lulu mashed potatoes, guacamole, tariff, Akasha bread, blue chips, which is in a breadfruit, right? Um, and some kind of ah Colby kind of braised I didn't hear what it was. And then there is, of course, the cocoa farm salad. Everything is fresh and obtained from, um, sources that are on the north Shore. But let me tell you a little bit about the, um, the Christmas in Polynesia event. They're running that from the well. It started officially on the 10th. It was a soft opening when we went, and it's gonna run through December 22nd. And they have live entertainment nightly. Um, Christmas canoe rides, which we went on, which is absolutely beautiful. Um, the people are actually singing live when you passed, you know, passed through their little, um, vignettes. I guess you would call that, um, the right for free for Children ages, foreign under and only $3 for ages five and up. And they have photos that you can take with Santa available daily They're also going to be having snow days on Friday and Saturday, December the 16th. On the 17th they're open from 6 30 to 9 30 Andi, you can build snowmen and snow angels and have a friendly snowball fight on their Winter Wonderland Snow day. So after you enjoy all the Christmas festivities, make sure you stop in and pounders and enjoy their delicious, um, a delicious dinner or a dessert. They have desserts also available at the two to sweet shop and, uh, the, uh, marketplaces going to feature live entertainment each night during this time. And they always offer free admission and parking to that rookie low marketplace, since it's right on the outskirts of, you know, Polynesian Cultural Center. So you can go in there and shop and find your local goods and just enjoy yourself as I thoroughly did. So now I'm gonna leave you with a couple of the things that I did see and enjoy during my evening there at the Polynesian Cultural Centre. I hope you go and check them out if you haven't gone in the last four years.