We are happy to announce Cooking Hawaiian Style season 5,6,7 and 8 are now available on the Roku Player.
Be sure to get a copy of our new cookbook Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume 2. Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume two features recipes from the Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show featuring some of Hawaii's top Chefs, musicians and celebrities. Our cookbooks and DVD's make the perfect holiday gift for anyone interested in cooking or for your homesick friends and family living on the mainland. You can either purchase online at the links below or if you live in Hawaii, visit one of our retailers.
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Cooking Hawaiian Style the TV show and website documents and preserves a vital part of island culture: its food. Anyone who lives in the islands knows that food both making it and sharing it is at the top of everyone s list of favorable activities. And when we talk food in Hawaii, we are also talking ohana as it is with ohana that food is enjoyed from baby luau, graduations, and other celebrations, to potlucks, barbecues, dining out, and family get togethers. Many of Hawaii s best recipes are passed down from generation to generation. Frank and Lanai s Cooking Hawaiian Style television show invites well-known celebrities and chefs to share their favorite dishes by preparing the recipes while the cameras are rolling. Inevitably, the recipes turn out to be a family favorite or the professional chef talks about how a family member influenced his or her cooking. Usually the recipes come with stories and notes to ignite fond island and ohana memories. So enjoy this second collection of ohana dishes such as Venison Chili and Coconut Shrimp along with old stand bys like Pork Guisantes and Guava Chicken, or variations on a theme like the Furikake Chicharron Chicken Katsu, Mini Korean-Style Kimbap Spam Musubi and Poi Malasada French Toast
Recipes in this cookbook include:
Melveen Leed’s Poisson Cru
Henry Kapono’s Lomi ‘Ōpae
Roman DePeralta’s Crab Wontons
Roman DePeralta’s Spicy ‘Ahi Poke
Roman DePeralta’s Coconut Shrimp
Halm’s Kālua Pork Sliders
Halm’s Kim Chee Dip
Frank Abraham’s California Roll Pok
Jalna Amoy’s Teriyaki Spam® with Green Beans
Frank Abraham’s Mini Korean-Style Kimbap Spam® Musubi
Aunty Debbie Morris’ Salmon Gravy
Keiko McDermott’s Japanese Onion Carrot Dressing
Maile Symmond’s Char Siu Pad Ki Mao (Chow Funn)
Maile Symmond’s Evil Princess
Halm’s Kālua Pork Kim Chee Fried Rice
Sun Noodle’s Fried Saimin
Gordon Lum’s Chicken Panang with Macadamia Nuts
Gordon Lum’s Chicken Look Funn
Aunty Marlene Daligdig’s Shoyu Chicken
Gordon Lum’s Island Steamed Spare Ribs with Black Bean Sauce
Anuhea’s Furikake Salmon
Brother Noland’s Teriyaki Venison Medallions
Chef Ron De Guzman’s Okoy
Kuana Torres’ Big Island Crockpot Short Ribs
Frank Abraham’s Guava Chicken
Mom’s (Thyra Abraham) Sweet Sour Spare Ribs
Frank Abraham’s Curry Meatballs
Mom’s (Thyra Abraham) School-Kine Spanish Rice
Aunty Laurie Lee’s Chinese Spare Ribs
Uncle Daniel Tom’s Ginger-Garlic Beef & Sweet Peas with Gravy
Aunty Fely Dias’ Pork Guisantes
Grandpa Raymond Torii’s Nishime
Chef Lee Anne Wong’s Dumplings with Lemongrass Broth
Lanai Tabura’s Chicken Paria Soup
Taz Vegas’ Kai Choi Pork Soup
Dad’s (Frank Abraham) Pork Rib Sabao
Mom’s (Thyra Abraham) Soup Bone
Mom’s (Thyra Abraham) Oxtail Stew
Frank DeLima’s Portuguese Bean Soup
Sun Noodle’s Homemade Saimin Soup
Chef Adam & Makani Tabura’s Venison Chili
Lanai Tabura’s Chicken Papaya (Tinola)
Taro Brand’s Just Enough Beef Stew
Brother Noland’s Manini Soup
Aunty Rose Lee’s Homemade Somen Soup
Papa Tottori’s (Taro Brand) Crockpot Pork Lū‘au
Chef Jesse Lipman’s Curried Kabocha & Lentil Stew
Chef Jesse Lipman’s Island Fish with ‘Ōlena Pesto
Dixie Rose’s Brown Rice Risotto
Dixie Rose’s Mango Quinoa Salad
Chef Jesse Lipman’s Hooulu ‘Āina Salad with Mango Dressing
Lou Cabacungan (AlohaCare) Healthy Hawaiian Banana French Toast
Hale Kealoha Restaurant’s Kalo Stir-fry
Kuana Torres’ Hō‘i‘o Fern Shoot Salad
Henry Kapono’s Moon Over ‘Ōpaka
Caroline Hoke’s Green Tea Ocean Salad
Sherry Teruya’s Healthier Banana Bread
Aunty Jan Na‘ahielua’s Vegetarian Black Bean Chili
Lori Ikeda’s Honu Seaweed Salad
Maile Symmond’s Lemongrass Clams & Portuguese Sausage
Anuhea’s Beef Poke Papaya
Papa Tottori’s (Taro Brand) Poi Patties
Aunty Liliko‘i & Salty Wahine’s Liliko‘i Wasabi Mustard Potato Salad
Frank Abraham’s Crispy Chinese Roast Pork with Mochi Rice Stuffing
Frank Abraham’s Pastele Chimichangas
Hale Kealoha Restaurant’s Turkey ‘Ulu Burger
Frank Abraham’s Furikake Chicharron Chicken Katsu
Lindy Hashimoto’s Flank Steak Poke
Popo June Tong’s Grilled Peanut Butter Chicken
Rex Freitas’ Russian Chicken
Grandma Theresa Hosino’s Panadillas
Chef Mavro’s Liliko‘i Malasadas
Frank De Lima’s Malasadas
Amy Brooks’ Liliko‘i Cheesecake
Chef Grant Sato’s Andagi
Chef Grant Sato’s Sweet Potato Ohagi
Frank Abraham’s Halo Halo Popsicles
Mom’s (Helen Tabura) Coconut Bread Pudding with White Chocolate Sauce
Kuana Torres’ Oma Palaoa Hawaiian Oven Pancake
Chef Lee Anne Wong’s Koloa Macadamia Nut Rum Pie
Mom’s (Thyra Abraham) Okinawan Sweet Potato Haupia Squares with Macadamia Shortbread Crust
Chef Jeff Vigilla’s Poi Malasada French Toast with Banana Rum Sauce
Darshalle Diamond’s Filipino Fruit Salad
Aunty Dianna Abraham’s Jell-O Salad
Taro Brand’s Poi Parfait
Aunty Pat Anderson’s Pineapple Bars
Aunty Chris Souza’s Puffed Rice Cookie (Okoshi)
Lisa Makuahine’s Lemon Li Hing Cupcakes
Taro Brand Mango Poi Fruit Leather
Randy McDermott’s Biko
Thyra Abraham’s Jell-O Cheesecake
Chef Mavro’s Spicy ‘Ahi
Chef Mavro’s Tako Ceviche
Adam Tabura’s Crispy Skin Moi
Chef Ron De Guzman’s (Stage Restaurant) Pork and Squash
Chef Jeff Vigilla’s Salmon Dynamite
Chef Lee Anne Wong’s Mahimahi Poke Omelette
Chef John Iha’s Island Snapper en Papillote White Wine Five Spice Butter Sauce
Chef John Iha’s Warm Octopus Salad with White Balsamic Miso Dressing
Chef Jeff Vigilla’s Pan Fried Taro with Lemongrass Haupia Sauce
I am now posting a new video just about every week. You can watch season 1 of Cooking Hawaiian Style via the internet and on any mobile device, phone or tablet. This weeks episode features Wally Amos also known as "Famous Amos". Wally joined us on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style to show us how to make the perfect chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies! It was really a treat to get to meet this man that I have been watching on TV all of my life. He is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet!
Get Wally's recipe for the perfect macadamia nut cookie at the link below:
I was in the kitchen trying to create a kulolo style fruit leather. When I pulled my first batch out of the oven, they didn't quite seem right. So I let them sit on the stove top to cool... came back and they were super crispy like brittle. I tasted them and it took on the form of a super crispy hard candy that tasted similar to kulolo with hints of honey, sugar, poi and coconut milk. I loved them! So I made another batch, but sprinkled ground macadamia nuts and ground coconut and they were amazing. I want to make my next batch by dipping them in chocolate and then rolling in mac nuts etc... the options are endless. The main ingredient in this is Taro Brand poi. I am so excited to share this recipe with all of you! Give them a try and let me know what you think?
Get poi kulolo krisp recipe at link below:
I love to experiment and today was one of those days that I felt like creating something... Who knew that Taro Brand's new line of pancake mixes would turn out to be a great base to make your cookie creations a reality? Today I tried Taro Brand's new Taro Macadamia Nut Pancake Mix to make these Taro Pumpkin Spice Macadamia Nut Cookies and they came out really good! They are soft on the inside, with that warm comforting pumpkin spice and macadamia nuts in every bite. The exterior has a nice crispy crunch to them with a sprinkle of sugar and spice that really tops this cookie off. If you are looking for a fun, easy Halloween or holiday cookie, try this recipe:
Enthusiasm for local recipes never wanes, and Mutual Publishing continues to feed home cooks’ interest with two n ew releases.
The first, a joint project with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, is “Cooking Hawaiian Style Two: ‘Ohana Recipes From Lanai & Friends” ($17.95), by Lanai Tabura and Frank Abraham, host/producer and executive producer/owner, respectively, of a cooking show of the same name that airs internationally. “Cooking Hawaiian Style” began as a website Abraham launched several years ago to circulate local recipes among Hawaii ex-pats.
This new collection of 100 recipes features more of the site’s ever-growing recipe archive, much of which is supplied by a who’s who of Hawaii celebrities and food companies. Comedian Frank De Lima’s malasadas, Sun Noodles’ homemade saimin soup and musician Henry Kapono’s Moon Over Opaka opakapaka dish are among the offerings.
The book is organized into categories of simple dishes, plate lunch recipes, soups, healthful recipes, dishes with a twist, desserts and chef offerings.
Abraham said Season 5 of the show, which will begin airing Nov. 2 on OC16, was filmed on Lanai, childhood home of Tabura and a picturesque setting that he hopes will draw more interest in the show. It now airs nationwide on the Lifestyle Network and in Australia, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates and parts of Europe.
Among the guests are musicians Kelly Boy and Leolani De Lima, MW Restaurant chefs Michelle and Wade Ueoka, watercress farmer David Sumida and world surfing champ Makua Rothman.
Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume 2 is available at mutualpublishing.comor call 380-1022. Find them in retail stores in mid-November. "Cooking Hawaiian Style" is available at a discount through a coupon in today's Star-Advertiser, Page B14.
'Cooking Hawaiian Style Two'
» Nov. 21 (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.): Na Mea Hawai'i Native Books, Ward Warehouse with Lanai Tabura, Frank Abraham, Henry Kapono, John Cruz & Brother Noland. Free Concert!!
» Nov. 22 (2 p.m.): Barnes & Noble, Ala Moana Center with Lanai Tabura, Frank Abraham & Roman De Peralta of Kolohe Kai.
Our own Chef Adam Tabura of Aloha Plate and winner of the Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race" joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style making his Mom's (Mom Helen Tabura) Spaghettini Crab Salad and a Braised Beef Brisket Loco Moco.
Visit Cooking Hawaiian Style every week for a new video upload that you can watch free of charge online via your computer, iPad or mobile device/phone.
Get Adam's recipes by clicking the links below:
I have been tapping into my creative side in the last couple of months and one of the things that I love to do is create recipes. I love coming up with new ideas and developing new recipes with new twists! One of the companies that I work with is Taro Brand - an iconic Hawaii company that most of us in Hawaii have grown up with and have eaten their products all of our lives.
Here is my latest creation - Poi Pumpkin Crunch. This is a re-creation of a popular holiday dish that we always server for Thanksgiving. My goal for this dish was to see how I could incorporate poi into the filling an to see if I could use Taro Brand's Taro Pancake mix for the cookie crust... I was really pleased with the results and wanted to share this local-style version of this recipe, created just for you!
Click Link Below For Recipe:
Cooking Hawaiian Style Season 5 begins airing on November 2, 2015 on OC16 Oceanic/Time Warner in Hawaii with an all-star lineup including: Kelly Boy & Leolani DeLima of Kapena, Kimie A, John Cruz, World surf champion & musician Makua Rothman, Chefs Michelle & Wade Ueoka of MW Restaurant, Chef Adam Tabura of Aloha Plate, Chef Adam Roman and Chef Nick Magaoay of Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Hawaiian Pie Company, Chef Chris Manabe of Sidestreet Inn & Great grandson of the Diamond Bakery founder, David Sumida of Sumida Watercress Farms & Maile Symmonds of Bellini Bistro.
Catch past episodes of Cooking Hawaiian Style here on CookingHawaiianStyle.com or watch live on https://oc16.tv and on demand at OC16 On-Demand You can also catch episodes of Cooking Hawaiian Style Nationwide & in 6 countries via the LifeStyle Network. Check our broadcast schedule for more info.
MON 7:30pm TUE 1:30am & 8:00am WED 12:00pm THU 7:30pm FRI 1:30am SAT 9:30am SUN 2:30pm
Watch our very first episode of our Cooking Hawaiian Style TV series featuring Daniel Anthony, a taro activist and a skilled artisan of pa'i'ai which is hand-pounded taro root similar to poi, but made with very little water which enables it to last indefinitely. Daniel makes pa'i'ai, a koena meatloaf and a pa'i'ai instant kulolo dessert. New episodes of Cooking Hawaiian Style are uploaded to our site every week! You can get Daniel's recipes by clicking on the links below:
There are so many people that do so much to make Cooking Hawaiian Style a reality. I wanted to share this crazy picture with you of some of the behind-the-scenes people who never get any credit. Thank you to all of you - some who are pictured here and many who aren't that continue to bust your okoles and never complain - I love all of you!
From left to right: Sherry Teruya, Liz Sabog, Penny Kalua, Darshalle Diamond, WenDee Eng, Aunty Rose, Rex Freitas & Adam Bieber.
Not pictured: Photographers: Ryan Sakamoto & Leigh Anne Meeks, Makeup: Toni Farley, Mom (Thyra Abraham), Bart Eng.
I can't believe that we are already 5 seasons into filming Cooking Hawaiian Style with a total of 59 episodes. This particular filming was very special as we were finally able to film outdoors on the beautiful island of Lanai at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai.
The first of these episodes begins airing on November 2nd on OC16 in Hawaii and can be watched on demand on OC16.tv.
I wanted to start this blog to share some of my ideas, passions and to provide you with a behind-the-scenes-look at how both the cooking show and the recipes from the website are created and some of the creative processes that are involved with putting all of this together and bringing it to life. I would love and encourage any ideas, feedback and support that you might have - after all, all of this was created for you!