Pasta Pot

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In October of 2010 for her 85th birthday, I took Mom to Waikīkī on her 9th trip to Hawaiʻi.  We stayed at the Ilikai and they graciously gave me a suite next to Mom’s, I presume so that she would have easy access to me.  Out of the fourteen days that we were there, Mom, my brother Dan (who lived right down the block) and I ate about five or six breakfasts together out on Mom’s lānai.

The  lānai breakfasts quickly assumed their own ritual.  While I cooked breakfast in the only decent-sized pot that they provided, a pasta pot, Dan brought fresh fruit and Mom spread a large towel on the table on the lānai and set silverware and napkins.  Once I had finished cooking breakfast (sausage slices, bacon, toast browned under the broiler, and scrambled eggs ala pasta pot, the…

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2 Responses to Pasta Pot

  1. Darryl Vernon says:

    SENSEI,THIS IS BEAUTIFUL AND TOUCHING. WE ARE OVERDUE FOR A GOOD TALK.

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