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Da Kitchen’s first location was established in November of 1998 in Kihei, on the Island of Maui. 

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Da Kitchen’s first location was established in November of 1998 in Kihei, on the Island of Maui. 

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Da Kitchen’s first location was established in November of 1998 in Kihei, on the Island of Maui.

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Do you love Times Supermarket's Da Killah Mussel Poke? Watch this video and learn how to make it at home.

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Times Supermarkets is well known for their poke. This incredibly tasty poke is a must try!

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Hawaiian style beef stew made with beef shanks instead of stew meat and served on a bed of fresh Sumida Farm watercress. 

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I met the legendary David Sumida on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style.  I was so excited to meet him as his family has been providing watercress for the state of Hawaii since the 1920's.  I was also happy to have David join us as he works extremely hard and hasn't had a day off in years.  Since the taping of the s...

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David Sumida from the Sumida Watercress Farm joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style and shares recipes that he grew up eating on the farm. This corned beef and watercress dish is a reminder of how good and simple cooking can be.

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You might recognize Dixie Rose from the KIA commercial or in her role in Hawaii 5-0.  She is the owner of Oopsie Daze, a clothing line for kids.  On the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style, she makes healthier dishes including her brown rice risotto recipe.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Eggplant is is one of my favorite things to eat, especially quickly stir-fried with a few simple ingredients keeping it relatively healthy and low-cal.

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This is a very addictive sauce. They have a similar version at buffalo wild wings. Creamy, garlicky  and rich in herbs is the ONO taste that you will be craving once you've had a taste. I promise you will not be disappointed. If your a wing lover, you have to give this a try.

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You can make this simple kulolo on your stovetop in less than 20-minutes using pai'ai that is now available by mail order from manaai.com.  Be sure to watch Daniel on our new cooking show: Cooking Hawaiian Sty...

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Learn from the Hawaii's taro expert Daniel Anthony about Hawaiian pai'ai (taro) and how to integrate it into everyday cooking including this delicious Koeana meatloaf as seen on our new cooking show: Cooking Hawaiian Style on

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A kicked up version of the standard sauce used as a familiar condiment with Chinese foods. You will want to keep this on hand. Very versatile, use it with Chinese dishes, as a dipping sauce for dumplings, as a sauce with your noodle soup dishes or with sashimi.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Deviled spam spread perfect for sandwiches or with crackers!

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Beef luau stew recipe - traditional Hawaiian dish made with beef, taro leaves, coconut milk.  Its very simple yet very satisfying!  This is dad's recipe which was given to me last month.  Thanks Dad!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

This recipe for Dragon fruit smoothies is colorful and refreshing as an anytime pick-me-up drink.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

To quote my sister “these were the best crab cakes I ever ate” that says it all. This Da Best Island Crab Cakes recipe contains Dijon mustard, bread crumbs, crabmeat, flour, garlic, green onions, lemon, mayonnaise, parsley, red pepper.

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Nice, refreshing, no sugar added pops made with fresh strawberries, blueberries and coconut.

Recipe courtesy of Faith Gorsky: http://www.anediblemosaic.com/?p=9683

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Deep fried spam musubi is a popular variation of our beloved spam musubi... but deep fried!!  

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This is another "experiment" of mine that turned out really well. All I did was season a rack of ribs and allow to marinate overnight, coated with flour the next day, and deep fried until tender, crispy, juicy!!

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Posted By: C. Chang

Succulent bbq duck stir fried with brown rice and vegetables take ordinary fried rice to the next level!!

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

If you are ready to try the most flavorful, succulent, juicy, extra crispy piece of fried chicken that you have ever had, you have to try this chicken recipe.

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Florentine cookies... light, lacy, decadence made with butter, macadamia nuts and dark chocolate...(use milk chocolate if you like).

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Posted By: Keiko McDermott

Nanbanzu is a Japanese sweetened vinegar dressing and often used to marinate seafood.  Nanbanzuke means "marinated in the Nanban souce."  It is a refreshing dish especially in hot summer days.  Marinate the fried salmon as they are cooked.  Then add the vegetables.  Vegetables will be slightly cooked by heat from salmon and cured by the vin...

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