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This teriyaki takuan spam musubi was created by Chef Adam Tabura of Aloha Plate who served as spam musubi ambassadors for Hormel. This spam musubi recipe is one of 12 creations made as part of this partnership with Hormel.

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Teriyaki spam katsu musubi, another one of Chef Adam Tabura's creations made especially for Hormel. This spam musubi creation is like two dishes in one: spam musubi and katsu!

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Posted By: Taro Brand

I'm going to let you in on a baker's secret.. If you are a baker and want your cakes and other baked goods to be moist, use poi. This poi banana bread recipe is rich, moist and delicious!

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Try this super easy lomi lomi salmon dip... 2 ingredients... 2 minutes - perfect for last minute guests!

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

When "Papa" Tottori of Taro brand told me that he was making poi patties, I was hesitant but these patties are really delicious. You have to try this recipe - plus its a great way to eat poi in a different way...Love it!

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

I've been craving the idea of a taro pancake that is light and fluffy and I came up with this adaptation of various recipes...  I think these came out quite well - they taste even better with coconut syrup.

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Taro Brand shows us how easy it is to make local-style beef stew using their Just Enough line of Stew-Cut vegetables - Now making local favorites is easy with Just Enough!

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Amazing musician and vocalist Taz Vegas shares his recipe of Pork Kai Choy Soup as seen on Cooking Hawaiian Style Cooking Show.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Taro chip cookies, Hawaii's answer to the popular potato chip cookies. These cookies have the perfect combination of crunchy, sweet and salty.

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Watch Master Chef and TV cooking show veteran Titus Chan as he shows us how to make pork chowmein with gravy on Cooking Hawaiian Style on www.OC16.tv

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

Freshen up your teriyaki with a fresh tomato chimichurri spiced up with Hawaiian chili peppers.  A great way to celebrate the end of summer bringing together the best of two cultures!  Great on steaks as well!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

I love to make homemade granola and put whatever I feel like eating into the mix.  For this version, I am using a touch of butter, Hawaiian honey, and a bunch of tropical dried fruit including pineapple, coconut, papaya, mango and of course a healthy dose of cashews and macadamia nuts!

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Posted By: C. Chang

This taro Rice with Kalua pork (pulled pork) recipe is a dish that combines traditional asian cusine with Hawaiian.  I use store-bought kalua pork but you can make your own.

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Thai ribbons with a local Hawaiian twist - pickled green papaya ribbons marinated with fresh Hawaiian ahi or your favorite sashimi.

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Taro cupcakes with taro cream cheese frosting - this is a great recipe that can be used for cakes as well.

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Posted By: K. Taako

Taro & Okinawan Sweet Potato Salad - gently tossed with coconut cream, ginger and cilantro.  A great local-style salad served warm or cold.

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Posted By: C. Chang

Rice Stuffing Egg Rolls made with leftover thanksgiving rice stuffing.  This is a great way to disguise leftovers... serve them to guests the day after thanksgiving.

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Posted By: K. Taako

Taro wontons with a sweet savory salted coconut dipping sauce.  Perfect as an appetizer or is it dessert?  You decide!

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Sweet rolls made with taro - the perfect Hawaiian version of the cinnamon roll.

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Posted By: K. Taako

My mother's family loved Nishime and made it often, my grandfather being the cook in the family. My mother learned how to cook from him, and we ate this a lot when I was little. Delicious and comfort food!

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Fun to say and even more fun to taste, this layered Toffee Kona Coffee Ice Cream Torte is flavored with toffee, coffee, chocolate ice cream and coffee ice cream. This is a great make a head dessert.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Time to get out that turkey carcass and make some soup!  There are many names for this soup. We used to call it chook, but I think most people call it Jook or Congee. This is a traditional Chinese rice soup.  It brings me back to spending New Years day with the Kauhane's who made a HUGE pot of jook every year with all of the condiments... I...

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Whats a party without teriyaki-something right?

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Posted By: Tye Huan-On

Trader Vic’s Mai Tai is the iconic Tiki Drink — because it’s the better recipe.  Vic originally created the Mai Tai as a showcase for a 17 year aged rum, with nary a fruit juice in the mix.  “The flavor of this great rum wasn’t meant to be overpowered with heavy additions of fruit juices and flavorings,...

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