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Posted By: Taro Brand

I'm going to let you in on a baker's secret.. If you are a baker and want your cakes and other baked goods to be moist, use poi. This poi banana bread recipe is rich, moist and delicious!

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

My classmate and friend Sherry Teruya and vital member of the Cooking Hawaiian Style staff made this healthier banana bread recipe for us and it was so good, that I had to get the banana bread recipe from her.  The healthier part is from u...

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Another AlohaCare heathy & affordable eating recipe developed by Carol Nardello from "Sweet Dash of Aloha".  These muffins are made with whole wheat pastry flour and nutritious dried fruit and coconut.  See how AlohaCare is engaged in the community by visiting http://alohacare.com

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Maile's evil princess w/chicken - a dish served in her restaurant Maile's Thai Bistro as featured on Cooking Hawaiian Style.  

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Posted By: Leilani

I love a nice piece of biscotti in the morning so I decided to try making something different. I made this macadamia biscotti using sweetened, dried papaya. Candied fruit is the perfect addition to any biscotti.

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Sometimes you need some kind of bread or starch for a meal, but you don’t have anything at home, and you don’t feel like making a trip to the grocery store. This simple flatbread is easy to throw together.  Recipe courtesy of Lori Ikeda of

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Posted By: Lauren Benning

This nourishing tortilla or wrap substitute is high in protein and low in carbohydrates. One of these wraps makes a mean quesadilla!  Recipe courtesy of Lauren Benning of healthyindulgences.net

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Nothing goes better with coffee in the morning with a nice slice of coffee cake slathered with honey butter!

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This Portuguese sponge cake is a simple cake, yet refined technique produces the most amazing texture that the Japanese have perfected.

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Before the holidays, I wrote about the traditional pounded taro called Pa’i'ai, from Mana Ai.  We enjoyed mini pa’i'ai pizzas, and some wonderfully chewy, satisfying pa’i'ai tortillas.  ...

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Home sweet home is what these amazing muffins will remind you of... the perfect combination of sweet, cinnamon and ginger.

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Posted By: K. Taako

I love to eat this buttery, roasted chestnut cake.  It is the perfect breakfast companion with a nice cup of coffee or tea!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Guava jam rolls, my favorite holiday treat.  It reminds me of Christmas morning buffets where all of our family would gather to open presents and eat our favorite holiday foods for breakfast!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Beautiful, flaky, coconut scones made with strawberry guava jam... a delightful breakfast bread!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

This banana bread recipe is delightfully sweet and savory with a mild hint of the curry.  If you are tired of the same old banana bread, try this curry infused banana bread recipe.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Adapted from a recipe I enjoyed while staying at a Bread & Breakfast spot in Sonoma, this version incorporates all the favorite flavors of the islands, pineapple, coconut and macadamia nuts (I ran out of macadamia nuts so I used walnuts today). Make big batches to share with your neighbors

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If you went to any Japanese-American festival, carnival or restaurant, for that matter, would Teriyaki Chicken be on the menu?

I think so!  Teriyaki chicken must be a Japanese-American dish. My Japan relatives say teriyaki chicken or teriyaki beef is not Japanese food, it is Amer...

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

This coconut taro roll recipe is a variation of the poi or taro rolls with a hint of coconut milk added - simply ono!  You can also try using purple yam.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Saloon pilot crackers - We all grew up eating these crackers from diamond bakery or Hilo Macaroni Factory.  For those unable to get these crackers in the store, here is a simple recipe for you to try.  

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A great bread to make, freeze and keep on hand. Slice and serve warm with your favorite flavored butter !

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