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  • The question always asked of Big Island residents, both when they travel as well as by visitors to the island--is "what do you like to eat?"
  • This new addition to the What Hawaii Likes to Eat series brings out all the best recipes from Maui. When it comes to Maui eating, it's still Maui No Ka Oi.
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    Hana Hou! This encore presentation of select recipes that help define Hawaii's unique palate continues to answer the question: What do Hawaii folks like to eat?
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    A collection of the most popular and loved dishes Hawaii's kama'aina remember, enjoy, and continue to eat at restaurants and in homes throughout the islands.
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    Written by the chefs who teach chefs, this book features over 100 Island-style recipes that make incredible meals.
  • Sam Choy’s Aloha Cuisine matches and blends recipes that define Chef Sam Choy’s popular Hawaii Regional Style cooking. Sam’s cuisine is rooted in the multiethnic soul of the islands reflecting a melding of East and West, with distinctive Polynesian flourishes and some highly innovative twists. His recipes reflect a culinary style based on simplicity, surprises, and making opposite flavors attract and work together.
  • Whether you enjoy eating or preparing poke, whether you are a true aficionado or just like to order poke at your favorite restaurant, there is a recipe for you in this book.
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    Poke

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    Poke, Hawaii's favorite food has taken off. It is sold, served, and savored everywhere--in bustling fish markets, in humble plate lunch places, at weekend picnics, at family gatherings, and at restaurants both in Hawaii and the continental U.S.
  • Kūpuna in the Kitchen was created by students at ‘Iolani School who are passionate about preserving home-cooked recipes and histories of our of beloved kūpuna. Each recipe shares the history of our kūpuna as well as the origins of their family dishes, such as Great Grandma’s New Year’s Ozoni Soup, Nana’s Pickled Aku Bones, and Moist Banana Cake. All proceeds will go towards Project Dana and Hawai‘i Meals on Wheels, two nonprofits that are dedicated to bringing needed services to our kūpuna in Hawai‘i. This cookbook serves to honor all kūpuna home cooks who have shaped Hawai‘i’s culinary traditions and encourage others to preserve their historic family recipes.
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    Keiki in the Kitchen with Mika the Sous Chef was inspired by a Lhasa Apso puppy the author bought her children two years ago and the educational programs of the Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation (HAF) and Hawaiʻi Food & Wine Festival (HFWF). Keiki in the Kitchen with Mika the Sous Chef is product of a collaboration between those two organizations.
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    It's all here - everything about preparing and cooking Japanese food - what groceries to buy, ingredient preparation, cooking times, temperatures and tips on making the dishes attractive.
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    With easy-to-understand lessons and sheet music of popular and original Island songs, acclaimed musician Henry Kaleialoha Allen shares everything you need to know to play the Hawaiian steel guitar.
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    Here is a collection of 90 cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages sure to dazzle your taste buds and senses while offering a twist of island flavors for everyone.
  • An Okinawan Kitchen is the third in a series of cookbooks exploring Hawai?i?s many ethnic cuisines from the viewpoint of those who grew up in the Islands and learned to make the dishes of their heritage, local-style.
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    A Portuguese-Hawai‘i Kitchen: The Local Foods of Island Portuguese explores Hawai‘i’s Portuguese cooking starting with the familiar soups and breads, on to basic traditional dishes and special festive recipes. The collection incorporates the initial simple resourceful diet of major proteins and greens grown in backyard gardens and the adaptation to locally available ingredients as the Portuguese adjusted to island life.
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    A Portuguese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes with an Island Twist explores Hawai?i?s Portuguese cooking starting with the familiar favorites like soups and breads, on to basic traditional dishes and special festive recipes.