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Papahana Kuaola makes this amazing limu (seaweed) namasu (pickled salad) on a special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style presented by the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

This refrigerator oatmeal is easy to make. Simply mix the ingredients in a bowl, put into individual serving jars or dishes and allow to set overnight in the refrigerator. In Hawaii, poi is such an important staple - it is part of who we are as Hawaiians and I think its important for us to embrace the past, but also the future and in finding new...

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Posted By: Taro Brand

Looking for a grab-n-go nutritious breakfast? Try these poi, greek yogurt refrigerator oatmeal jars.

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I was so honored to have Ernest "Papa" Tottori, the Taro Brand patriarch in the kitchen with us on Cooking Hawaiian Style showing us how to make one of his favorites... Pork luau in the crockpot. Papa Tottori is a treasue and has been producing poi for the state of Hawaii for years. Be sure to catch his episodes and ...

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Portagee-style breakfast skillet made home-style the way my grandma used to make.  Its kind of like hash but with a rich tomato base.  Top with a couple fresh eggs and you have an amazing breakfast or brunch!

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Portuguese sausage look fun - the perfect fusion of Portuguese and Chinese cuisine - recipe courtesy of Chef Sambrano - check out his blog http://chefsambr...

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This recipe was created from 3 cake recipes that I enjoy and decided to add into 1 recipe. It instantly became a hit! The coco Lopez makes it so moist plus you get coconut, mac nuts and pineapple. You know that is a winner right there. I know that you will enjoy this recipe and probably make it for your future gather...

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

I love theses poi mochi donuts... they remind me of gin doi.  The donuts are nice and chewy with a nice crisp outer crust.  I want to make a batch using coconut milk instead of water and coconut flakes in the dough.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

For those of you that live in the mainland and want to be able to make fresh poi any time of year, you really need to try pai'ai. Pai'ai is taro that has been hand pounded with very little water. It will last indefinitely in an airtight pouch kept in a cool place. For those of you that live in Hawaii, once you try po...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Check out this spectacular Papalua fudge cake created by our friends Morris & Chris at Hula Baby Biscotti & KO Bakery in Kauai for Cooking Hawaiian Style's new Cooking Series featuring Island Princess Mele Macs.  The cake is a buttery, super-rich, chocolatey, fudge cake with an isla...

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*Warning* You will be comatose after gorging yourself on these bits of cinnamon, brown sugar awesomeness. Prepare yourself. These cinnamon rolls made with Pai'ai are absolutely delicious, especially with the coconut milk glaze.  Recipe courtesy of Daniel Anthony &

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

I grew up loving sloppy joe's - This version is a slight variation with the addition of Portuguese sausage.  If you like spicy, try using a spicy sausage instead of mild.

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Pineapple bars, a very simple dessert that my mother used to make that brings back wonderful childhood memories!

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Posted By: A. Taniguchi

This is a local take on a Thai curry puff, made with ground Portuguese sausage, potatoes, onions and curry wrapped in a crispy pastry.

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Pork chops prepared with a tangy pineapple glaze.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Haupia is a traditional dessert at any Hawaiian-Style luau feast. What happens when you have some overripe pineapples on your hand?  A new dessert!  Taking the tradtional Haupia recipe with an added touch.

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Posted By: Radasha Ho'ohuli

This is episode 1 of our new cooking video series featuring Lanai and Radasha Ho'ohuli (Miss Hawaii USA 2006) cooking pork and beans and redondo hot dogs which was a comfort food growing up in Nanakuli, Hawaii.

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A festive version of Spam Musubi, using small cookie cutters to cut shapes out of the spam slices before cooking.

Recipe courtesy of Lori Ikeda - www.guavarose.com

 

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Posted By: K. Taako

Pineapple Ham Somen Salad is the perfect dish for a potlock or gathering.  I always double this recipe so that I can have leftovers.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Pork long rice - a quick and easy meal that you can prepare in less than 30 minutes.  You can make it with pretty much whatever you like... omit the meat and serve as a side dish.

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