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Mac 24/7 in the Hilton Prince Kuhio hotel has been featured on Man vs. Food, and also highlighted on the Food Network because of Chef James Aptakin. I got to meet James a few years back but because of both of our busy schedules we never had the opportunity to work together.

 

We where happy to finally get him in the kit...

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Singer song writer Sean Robbins made some creative pasta with Portuguese sausage. Italy meet Portugal, Portugal meet Italy. I always loved using Portuguese sausage with the my hamburger for spaghetti but never thought of making a carbonara.

 

The oil and from the sausage and the cheese and pasta fit nicely and taste ono. This is...

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Designer Kini Zamora joins us on the Cooking Hawaiian Style set with a local must-have,  potato macaroni salad made island style with kim chee. Growing up in Hawaii I have heard different stories on the origins of macaroni and potato salad and how it became such an integral part of our plate lunches. Some say WWII s...

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Looking for some good Italian food Il Lupino in the Royal Hawaiian Center can be found on the bottom floor right next to the stage at the Royal Grove. They have a wide variety of wines, a nice bar and some great Italian food. Some of their signature Italian dishes incorporate local ingredients.

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This month we are shooting our show at the Royal Hawaiian Center which is filled with history and a pretty cool back drop for our kitchen. Joining us the Royal Grove is Chef Borden from Wolfgang’s Steak house.

 

Just a little history, th...

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This week we had Papahana Kuaola in the kitchen for a special edition of Cooking Hawaiian Style presented by Royal Hawaiian Center and they took us back to our roots with their cooking. Kealoha Domingo made one of my favorite dishes: limu namasu which reminded me of how my Tutu would always ...

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One of Hawaii’s best Thai restaurants can be found in the Royal Hawaiian Center right next door to Forever 21 on the second floor. The decor is upscale and the food is authentic and presented in high style.

 

They have a master carver who carves everything from water melons to radishes to look like fine pieces of art on your p...

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Born and raised in Southern California, Chef Ray German lived steps from the ocean where he developed his immense appreciation and respect for the ocean. Moving to Hawaii, Chef German feels right at home where he implements his idealogy of authentic line to table.  

 

His passion for seafood shows as he makes us one of his sign...

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World champion Surfer Carissa Moore and her Pappa Fred Lum made one of my favorite recipes this season. Yes I said this season. I think the simplicity of it and the flavors in it make it pretty amazing.

 

The oils in the salmon in addition to the oil in the recipe really ...

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Al and Rosa Harrington are in the kitchen giving us a healthy but popular local recipe that we can thank the Japanese for. During the plantation days they got very creative with their foods and had to make the most of what was available to eat.

 

Shoyu Gohan is a Hawaii favorite that has a variety of ingredients. This week, Al a...

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Tia Carrere joins us in the kitchen this week with one of her favorite Filipino desserts as well as mine, cascaron. I remember my tutu use to make this at least once a month and she would make enough to share with the whole neighborhood.

 

It’s a childhood memory that I will never forget and I am glad that Tia decided to s...

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Thomas & Tony from the wounded warrior project joined us in the kitchen today and it was a honor to have them. All of us at Cooking Hawaiian Style always try to share our Aloha and feature people in the community doing positive things.

 

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Looking for a great place in Kaneohe look no further, Hapa Haole Kitchen has some great local food. The past couple of years I have been on a mission to visit all the locally owned restaurants and hole in the walls in Hawaii.

 

I think we can agree some of our best foods ...

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Everyone loves a good steak house and Wolfgang’s is right at the top of the list. My first experience of aged beef was at Wolf gangs in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping center and not only was it a great but also was the experience.

 

With a first class staff, a great wine selection there are some other things you must try alon...

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Our producer Ruben Carillo of Carillo productions would always tell me after our tapings that his son Kino could cook. Cooking Hawaiian Style is about sharing not only the talented celebrity’s Hawaii has but also our amazing chefs we have.

 

Kino, Rubens son a gradu...

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Grammy award winner and 5 time Na Hoku Hanohano award winner Kawika Kahiapo joined us in the kitchen from the Four Seasons Resort Ko Olina making us one of his favorites, kalo poke. Kalo or taro is so versatile and I think most people only think of using it one or two ways.

 

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I first met Kawika in my radio hay day and always loved his sound, his music her persona. He is one of Hawaii’s greatest Singer songwriters and has a resume to brag about. He is a Grammy award winner, Hoku award winner and has played with some of the greatest on stage an on there albums.

 

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Another fun recipe to make Christmas morning breakfast extra special with these easy to make Christmas reindeer pancakes with crispy bacon antlers.  Let the kids decorate and put their own special touch on these pancakes.

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Brighten up your holiday with this kid-friendly, fun to make, rich and creamy melting snowman hot cocoa or hot chocolate as we used to call it.  Kids love to decorate and personalize their own snowman!

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The Royal Hawaiian Center presents Chef Borden from Wolfgang's Steak House cooking up some of their brunch classics including this amazing crab cake benedict made with huge chunks of crabmeat, lots of butter and a homemade hollandaise sauce that is to die for!

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