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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Watch this video to learn a quick and easy way to prepare frozen poi without a microwave or the mess!

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The Hawaiian Pie Co. makes this amazing Portuguese sausage and kim chee quiche on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style!

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Super simple recipe for very flavorful hoisin chicken skewers - perfect for the BBQ grill and for potluck gatherings!

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When I invited Gordon Lum to do an episode on our Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show, I asked him what his most popular dish is. He said that "hands-down, Hawaiian Style chicken panang" was his most popular dish. Whenever he made it for pot lucks or one of Popo June Tong's foodie group gatherings, that people would rave ...

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Mike Irish of Halm's makes their famous kim chee dip - be sure to serve this with corn chips..the combination is out of this world!  Simple, yet ono! Watch Mike's episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Mike Irish - the owner of Halm's Enterprises, Keoki's Lau Lau & Diamond Head Seafood makes a local favorite: kalua pork (Hawaii's version of pulled pork), kim chee fried rice.  Watch this episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

This is an easy eggnog recipe where I combine local island flavors into traditional holiday fare.  This haupia eggnog is the perfect island holiday treat!

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Another incredible recipe from the folks at Hale Kealoha Restaurant - Kalo stirfry is yet another healthy creation!  If you get a chance - be sure to visit their restaurant.  They have live Hawaiian music and home-cooked traditional Hawaiian food.  

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Tammy and Kaneala Smith really turned it out while on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style making this amazing ulu turkey burger.  This is a great healthy alternative to eating a fatty hamburger - the flavor is incredible!  Visit their website at

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This is a very special dish for Henry Kapono as it was taught to him by the late John Moon so that he could cook it for his future wife!

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I can't believe that one of my music idols Henry Kapono is on Cooking Hawaiian Style.  I grew up listening to Henry Kapono - C&K - It was such a blessing to be able to meet him and his amazing family.  Try this amazing and simple recipe of Lomi Opae.

 

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Yesterday, I had a quick burst of inspiration to make a hurricane popcorn cookie using island princess mochi pop which is a combination of carmel corn, arare (rice crackers)...added macadamia nuts and furikake.

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With so many holiday celebrations throughout the season, Hawaiian Host® makes it easy to create simple recipes such as these Milk Chocolate Alohamacs with ingredients that most people tend to have in their cupboards. This recipe and more wi...

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Hawaiian Host® makes it easy to create simple recipes with ingredients that most people tend to have in their cupboards. These recipes and more will be available on the Hawaiian Host® website soon. Please visit www.hawaiianhost.com

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

I used to think that making passion fruit juice from scratch was too much work, but it is actually very easy and literally takes less than 10 minutes.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

This is a version of sushi that I have only seen in Hawaii - hotdog sushi. This recipe is a tribute to Eileen Chow who we fondly referred to as "Glen's Grandma". She was making hotdog sushi when nobody else was doing it and in her version, she would cut the hotdog in half and fill it with spicy Chinese hot mustard. T...

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Hurricane popcorn is like SPAM musubi and butter mochi: classic delicious hapa food. They also share the common connection of all being invented in Hawaii, arguably the biggest hapa community around. After all, they did invent and popularize the very term "hapa."

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

A simple yet elegant dessert made with a store-bought pie crust, macadamia nut ice cream, island princess hawaii honey roasted macadamia nuts and a salted caramel made with Hawaiian alae salt.

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Hawaiian Style Caprese Salad - Made with fresh Hawaiian heirloom pineapple and beefsteak tomatoes, fresh sea asparagus and fresh mozzarella cheese.

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During the last couple of weeks, the weather remained pleasantly warm in the low to mid 80's.  It’s the exact kind of weather to make me think of home.  Warm sunshine, light breezes…make me feel like having… a waffle dog!

KC drive-in, now closed, was the place to go for a ...

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