We had the Elder Sagae and Elder Araujo over for almoco (lunch, pronounced awl-mo-sew) on Thursday. I fixed Hawaiian Haystacks. They don't have the canned chow mein noodles here so we used shoestring potato chips and made the gravy from chicken bouillon cubes. Thankfully they loved it. Elder Araujo had never had it before so I was a little worried if he would like it. That night when we saw them at English class, Elder Araujo said he was 'saudade' for almoco. Saudade doesn't really have an English translation but it means something like longing for. So it was all good!