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Barrett Awai known as entertainer, athlete, and mentor for youth shares his cooking skills with us today in the kitchen. Barrett has been part of the popular singing groups Kaukahi, and Pai’ea. Tags:OC16 Barrett_Awai Corned_Beef Beef Nori Seaweed 6 0ReportShareTweetPrint Add to Printer98 Times Printed
Chef Kimo Kauhane is the chef at the beautiful Kualoa ranch on O'ahu. Kualoa is a 4000 acre private nature reserve and consists of 3 stunning valleys, Kualoa, Hakipu'u and Ka’a'awa. The majestic Ka’a’awa Valley serves as the backdrop and kitchen for season 10 of Cooking Hawaiian
The Hawaiian cowboy or paniolo has a long honored tradition in Hawaii dating back to the 1700s and King Kamehameha I. Hawaiians became expert paniolo before the territories of the American West had cowboy or ranch traditions. This paniolo heritage became an important way of life for the Hawaiians and continues to the present day.
Chef Joey Macadangdang from Joey's Kitchen Shares some of his favorite family recipes including his version of Filipino favorites Tocino Braised Beef Short Ribs with Ginger Sauce.
Maile of Maile's Thai Bistro changes things up on a local favorite, the loco moco and makes it her own with Thai-infused flavors.
This dish is one of the favorite meals of mine. I love beef teriyaki. Try this great recipe and wow family and friends alike! Enjoy.
Tony Holland and Thomas Lee from the Wounded Warrior Project throw it down in the kitchen making their go-to beef fajitas local-style with pineapple juice and their own blend of spices served with a side of pico de gallo and guacamole.
I've been really watching what I eat and have been revisiting introducing carbohydrates back into my diet. For the longest time, I tried to avoid carbs as much as possible. Well, I have been exercising daily and found that I need the energy that carbs provide and brown rice is perfect for this. This is an asian style...
Hawaii's very own Project Runway superstar Kini Zamora joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his Mom's hamburger steak and brown gravy recipe. Kini was a finalist on Project Runway and place 2nd on the Project Runway All-Star edition.
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.
Kelly Boy & Leolani DeLima of Kapena join us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make some of their family recipes including this cabbage stew made with corned beef brisket.
Hawaiian style beef stew made with beef shanks instead of stew meat and served on a bed of fresh Sumida Farm watercress.
The perfect way to bring in the new year... with a big pot of oxtail soup!
Kelly Boy & Leolani Delima of Kapena joined us on the island of Lanai for a special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style making this Tongan dish call lu pulu to pay tribute to his Tongan brothers. Lu pulu is made with taro or luau leaves, beef brisket and coconut milk. This is one of my new favorite comfort dishes.<...
Chef Reno owner of Fresh Catch Hawaii has a line of bottled sauces. Black magic is a sauce like teriyaki which can be used for a variety of things. I tried his sauce for my teriyaki meatloaf which actually came out to be one of the best I ever tasted. It even is better than my recipe...
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!
This dish is simply taking your favorite basic curry recipe (box kine) and switching up the vegetables. EASY! Instead of using potatoes I used pumpkin; any type of pumpkin should be fine or even butternut squash would work too. I added spinach for color as well as green beans for a nice crunch. Most importantly, I us...
This is my quick and easy version of Sheppards pie - its basically an easy meatloaf recipe with creamy mashed potatoes on the top. The potatoes are nice and creamy with a crispy crust - classic comfort food!
This is a dish that my mother used to make for her Dad who has Hungarian roots. Its a Hungarian goulash made with beef and Portuguese sausage - a typical Sunday dinner with my family.