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Posted By: Frank Abraham

In Hawaii, we love our brown gravy, especially over rice! This oven stew made with tender Cedar Springs Veal is an easy one-pot meal that makes an ono brown gravy instead of the traditional tomato-sauce type stew. I wanted to share a little about why I chose veal and where the veal came from.

 

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

This dish is a family favorite that I came up with trying to mimic the seafood bowls that I used to pick up for lunch at Chinese takeout restaurants.

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Posted By: S. Park

A nice twist on the buffalo wing, this is my simple Kim Chee wing recipe wrapped with bacon.  For the seasoning, I use Noh Foods Kim Chee seasoning and a few other ingredients.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Onaga or Hawaiian red snapper lightly pan fried and served  with a creamy dill and mushroom sauce...absolutely delicious!

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Oxtail stew - now this is comfort food!  A really simple, hearty dish that requires little fuss and incredible flavor!

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Okinawan Sweet Potato Haupia Pie.  Haupia (how-PEE-ah) is a traditional Hawaiian pudding made out of coconut milk and pia (Polynesian arrowroot), but today's haupia is usually made with cornstarch as a thickener instead of pia. Beneath the layers of haupia and sweet potato is a shortbread made with macadamias.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Perfect for cooler weather, spare rib soup, guaranteed to warm you up!!

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

A Ono Korean Kalbi recipe shared with me by my friend's grandmother. She tells me the addition of the grated onion and pear is key to a traditional recipe.

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Posted By: A. Taniguchi

These Oyster Sauce Ribs are so easy to make and so ono!  Be sure to make lots of rice!!

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Oka is how samoan's serve raw fish.  It consists of bits of fish marinated in lemon juice, coconut cream, onions, salt.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Shoyu hotdog, classic, simple food that we all grew up on in Hawaii. This Okazuya Style Shoyu Hotdog is the type of dish that didn't take much money, time or effort to prepare but was always so good to eat.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A variation of my brother in law Wendell's recipe. This is a comforting cold weather (yes, we do have cold weather days in Hawaii) dish. Prepared with hearty and flavorful buckwheat noodles.

 

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Posted By: Poke Man

Just a slight Chinese twist to our beloved poke...the oyster sauce really brings all of the flavors together...one of my favorites!!

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

I love beef luau stew and always wanted to try making it with oxtail.  This recipe is so easy and basic but full of flavor.

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Posted By: Christine Souza

Most of us that were brought up in the islands, remember going to the small hole in the wall, mom and pop okazuya stands. They made the best tasting chow funn noodles!

 

Although there are many variations for chow funn, I love the recipe on the Hula Brand chow funn packa...

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

I remember the days of long ago, when my dad would take us ogo picking. For miles and miles you could see the shore are filled with ogo. We would come home with just enough for our family because we knew we would return to the beach.

 

Luckily we can still find ogo in ou...

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

This recipe is similar to what we grew up with. We never had store bought dressing, but something just like this instead. We enjoyed it on out salads, with crudite, my favorite was with fresh watercress.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

In the Oven ?? I had first “seen” this Chow Mein Noodles dish at a children’s after school game, brought by one of the mom’s. It was such a popular dish, with all the other mom’s asking for the recipe. To hear the proud mom say “I made it in the oven” surprised everyone.

 

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

This Over the Top Tofu Poke is a take on a local favorite made popular by a long standing Waikiki Restaurant. The addition of some island ingredients make this version extra special. You will wow your guests with this one.

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