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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

There is a new restaurant in downtown and its making some noise with Chef Kevin Lee behind the wheel offering a refined, yet relaxed dinning experience. I love the style, decor and of course the menu of PAI Honolulu on Merchant street in the Harbor Court building.

 

Chef Kevin is no stranger to incredible kitchens as he did his ...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Kealoha Domingo and Keoni Kuoha joined us in the kitchen with some ono dishes that I wish I could have at this moment. Hawaiian food has to be one of my favorite cravings next to Japanese and these guys didn't disappoint. Representing Papahana Kuaola, they used some of the aina’s bounty in our kitchen to cook u...

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Passion Santos joins us on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style to make her semi-homemade vegetarian hamburger steak using taro burgers and brown gravy.  You can either use a homemade packet brown gravy mix or try our own

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

This week we had Papahana Kuaola in the kitchen for a special edition of Cooking Hawaiian Style presented by Royal Hawaiian Center and they took us back to our roots with their cooking. Kealoha Domingo made one of my favorite dishes: limu namasu which reminded me of how my Tutu would always ...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

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: Frank Abraham

Looking for an ono and delicious chicken recipe for your next party or gathering? Try this simple-to-make poke-style chicken wings recipe. They are crispy, salty, savory - fried extra crispy, then tossed in a simple Aloha shoyu, sesame oil, Hawaiian salt, chili flakes, ogo and inamona - OR - just cheat and use Noh Fo...

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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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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Poi kulolo krisps were created by mistake one day when I was trying to make a kulolo type fruit leather made with poi. The result was these delicious poi kulolo krisps. They are a cross between brittle, milk candy with flavors of coconut, macadmia nuts, kulolo and poi.    Poi kulolo krisps make the perfect treat for home as well as for holiday...

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

This is a re-creation of a traditional Thanksgiving or holiday dish called pumpkin cruch that I changed up to include Taro Brand poi and poi pancake mix for the crust. The result was amazing!

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Posted By: Jennifer Caceres

Jennifer Caceres is a new contributor to Cooking Hawaiian Style and is sharing her first recipe for Pistachio snowballs.  Jennifer lives in California, but feels like a local girl  She won the Koolina SpamJam competitions with her 50/50 spam panko burger.  Stay tune...

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This is my favorite pasta and Italian dish. When the relatives are over or when there are lots of kids to feed, try this instead of spaghetti. They or anyone will love this dish. The Portuguese sausage really sets it apart and I like to add the lemon flavor to make this dish light and refreshing. If you can't find pa...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

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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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.

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I was first introduced to this delicious treat called Butter Mochi cake by a friend of mine while living in Hawaii and instantly became one of my favorites  simply because it’s out of this world.  However, it’s very rich, so I try not to eat it often.  This inspired me to make my own  version and made it ligh...

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Posted By: Moonblush Baker

The full name of this cake is pumpkin spiced croquembouche on a caramel mud cake with honey butter cream.  It is a fairly involved cake to make, but if you are looking for a cake with wow-factor, this is it.  This recipe is shared courtesy of Melinda Lo - visit her website: t

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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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