Brighten up your holiday with this kid-friendly, fun to make, rich and creamy melting snowman hot cocoa or hot chocolate as we used to call it. Kids love to decorate and personalize their own snowman!
I thought I would share one of the recipes in our newest cookbook: "Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume 2" These are mini Korean-inspired musubi made with diced carrots, spam, korean nori, daikon and a touch of roasted sea salt. They make the perfect pupu-sized bite for any party. You can purchase our cookbooks online whic...
The perfect way to bring in the new year... with a big pot of oxtail soup!
Summertime is always time to fire up the grill and this time I'm doing it slightly healthier with delicious mahi mahi burgers topped with a serrano chile salsa.
Another simple poke creation made with steamed mussels, clams, shoyu, sesame oil and pickle maui onions w/ogo.
Miso meatballs - this is similar to hamburger steak, but in the form of a meatball with a miso-brown gravy.
Mele Mac & Macadamia Nut Pie is a slight twist on the classic macadamia nut pie recipe using Mele Macs (toffee coated, chocolate covered macadamia nuts) and macadamia nuts from Island Princess Hawaii to make to make this island treat. The result is like a hot-fudge, brownie, pecan pie!!
I had 3 really nice pork shoulder steaks and felt like grilling so I decided to marinade in a sake miso mixture. It came out really juicy, tender and the miso/sake combination is always a winner!
For those of you who crave manapua or Hawaii's version of char siu bao, this is a fairly involved rec...
The thought of malasadas takes me back to the days of carnivals and the red and white malasada truck from Leonard's Bakery. It also took me back to staying at auntiy Dianne and uncle Ben's with my cousins during the summer. We would make "pseudo malasadas" using Pilsbury biscuit dough. Over the years, I have tried so many different malasad...
Mashed potato salad? This is a recipe that I somehow came up with years ago. I'm not even sure how it came about. My best guess is that I probably had a version of this potato salad at a Japanese restaurant. This is my interpretation...I call it the lazy man's potato salad.