Von Rottenkatt is my name, food is my game.
Drive through Hilo, sunshine or rain, and visit the Hilo Farmers’ Market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. You can get your fill with the freshest produce from Hilo’s local farmers as well as the farmers up the Hamakua Coast. No forget da big bowl of loco moco at Ken’s House of Pancakes. They’re open 24 hours.
Broke Da Mout Loco Moco
Season the ground beef with salt, black pepper and onion powder in a medium bowl and form them into four three-inch patties. Fry the burger patties in a pan, a few minutes each side.
In the same frying pan, melt the butter, add the stock, and heat over medium heat. Sprinkle the flour and whisk until the gravy thickens and turns golden brown, two to three minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Strain the gravy through a fine mesh and set aside.
Assemble the loco moco in a bowl. Top the rice with a fried egg, burger and gravy.
Bruddah, dats onolicious!