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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Gordon Lum comes from the family that created Lum's char siu sauce which is still sold worldwide in stores.  We met Gordon through Popo June Tong who was also a guest on our Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show.  Gordon's spare ribs with black bean sauce is made the old, traditional way with lots of love.

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Glenn Shinsato's home-cured pork patty sandwich is to die for...the pork patty is so juicy and flavorful...better than eating a hamburger....  and so simple to make.  You have to try this one on the grill!

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Posted By: A. Taniguchi

Lucky for us, grilling time is all year round in Hawaii and these pork miso burgers are perfect for your bbq get-together!

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Posted By: K. Taako

Ginger pork - thin slices of pork marinated in a sake, ginger, soy marinade and cooked until tender.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Nothing says 4th of July more than BBQ and nothing says BBQ more to me than pulled pork.  I provide a basic oven kalua pork recipe here, but I like to smoke a pork butt in the smoker overnight and use that or at the very least, I like to buy the Ono brand Kalua Pork from the store.

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Posted By: Keiko McDermott

Ginger pork is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. It is easy and quick to make, but so flavorful. Eat with a bowl of hot rice.  often eat this dish along with sauteed bean sprouts seasoned with salt and pepper. Such a comfort meal!

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This is a classic example of how different cultures combine elements to  make a familiar dish new. This dish combines the Puerto Rican dish with Portuguese sausage.

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