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    Aloha Cuisine matches and blends selected recipes of Chef Sam Choy from both his New York and Hawaii published books.
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    As a child, Hana saves a baby honu from certain death. From that day on, they become best friends. Soon the day comes when they must part ways. Hana is becoming a man, and his honu has become a full grown turtle who must go back to the open ocean. Later,
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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.
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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.
  • 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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    Moku is an old fisherman who lives by Waimea Bay, long before Captain Cook, and long before the missionaries came to the islands.
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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.
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    A celebration of the history, landmarks, flavors, flowers, trends, and traditions--some are found only in Hawaii--that make island life so special.
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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.
  • 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.
  • 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?"