Chest Freezer Reviews. Refrigeration Inc.
Chest Freezer Reviews
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- A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
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- The front surface of a person's or animal's body between the neck and the abdomen
- A woman's breasts
- breast: the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen; "he beat his breast in anger"
- box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
- thorax: the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates
- The whole of a person's upper trunk, esp. with reference to physical size
Haruko Tsutsui - Waikane Store
"No more fried chicken," 78-year-old Nadine Tokuzato tells the fourth customer in a row at Waikane Store. "Got sushi, though." She gestures through mosquito netting into what appears to be the family kitchen. There, her sister, Makiko Gishi, sits at the kitchen table laconically rolling out makizushi. She smiles back into the store, where several customers obligingly await the next batch. The sign out front says, "Since 1898." But there's hardly anything for sale at Waikane Store: soft drinks, crack seed and a few sundries like toilet paper and soap. Unlike some of the other country stores on O'ahu, Waikane Store doesn't sell booze or cater to the tourist trade. It's not hard, though, to see how this family operation stays in business. Hulking in the corner is an enormous stainless steel freezer full of chicken parts and shrimp. All day long, customers shuffle into Waikane Store for the home cooking. They come for the little tubs of fried chicken or shrimp fritters, for the sushi (including the popular hot-dog maki with Coleman mustard) and for the homemade cookies and boiled peanuts. Makiko and Nadine cook it all in small batches--sometimes while customers wait--so it's always fresh. It's an old-fashioned store that's been in the same family since the 1940s. "Mama-san," Haruko Tsutsui, took over the operation in 1959. Her daughter, Nadine, has run it for the last thirty-four years. Three generations of the family still live in the rooms behind the store. Most of their customers are regulars: A young man with "Kahalu'u Boy" tattooed on his chest wanders in and asks Nadine, "How da shrimp?" "Here, I give you a taste," she says, handing him a small tub to sample. He takes a bite. "Oh wow," he says, "da bugga's 'ono. I'll take two." Like most customers, he ends up buying a little of everything, walking out with some sushi and a bag of boiled peanuts to go with his shrimp. Nadine bags up his purchase with a little twinkle in her eye. At Waikane Store you sample at your own risk. Waikane Store (808) 239-8522 Haruko Tsutsui, 98, passed away December 10, 2008 The above photo was taken by Brian Howell in Dec. 1986 February 15, 1999 Meet Alden Tokuzato of Waikane Store. Waikane Store has been in business for 101 years now. Alden and his family have owned it since 1929. Stop by for some of the best boiled peanuts, roll sushi or fresh homemade peanut butter cookies. They also offer fresh cooked chicken and other local breakfast and lunchtime treats. Waikane Store is on Kam Highway just a few miles north of the Waihole Poi Factory. Sodas and fruit juices are always plentiful and icey cold. You'll find them open 8:30 til 5:00 p.m. in beautiful Waikane. History of the store, now in it's 101st year of business - provided by Alden. Waikane Store was established in 1898 by Hyung Thom as Wah Chan Store. In 1923 the store name was changed to Waikane Store and it was sold to the Shiratori Family. From 1929 it was owned by Jitsuhei and Yuku Moriwaki and family. In 1945 after the war, A WW2 army mess hall was hauled to Waikane from Kahuku to replace the original building. 1959, new owners Chiyoki and Haruko Tsutsui, son-in-law and daughter of Jitsuhei and Yuku Moriwaki. The store name was changed to the Tsutsui Store. In November 1972, Nadine Tokuzato, daughter of Chiyoki and Haruko Tsutsui took over and changed the name back to Waikane Store. Her son Alden works with her. Mrs. Tsutsui lives with them still. On July 31st, 1998 The Hawai`i Historic Places Review Board "placed the property on the Hawai`i Register of Historic Places and recommended to the State Historic Preservation Officer that he place the property for eligibility on the National Register of Historic Places
Radiograph (X-ray image) of the chest in the PA position. Revealing "Situs Inversus"
Radiograph (X-ray) taken of the chest in the PA position. The patient has "Situs Inversus" which is another reason why it is so important for X-ray techs to properly mark their films! People think of their heart as being in the center of their chest but it's not. It's actually located slightly to the left. A patient with Situs Inversus has their organs transposed, meaning that they are on the opposite side of what is considered normal. In this case, the heart is just to the right of the chest cavity. Patient was in the PA position.