My classmate and friend Sherry Teruya and vital member of the Cooking Hawaiian Style staff made this healthier banana bread recipe for us and it was so good, that I had to get the banana bread recipe from her. The healthier part is from u...
I tried these at a party and had to try making them. I love anything with taro in it.
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Saloon pilot crackers - We all grew up eating these crackers from diamond bakery or Hilo Macaroni Factory. For those unable to get these crackers in the store, here is a simple recipe for you to try.
School Kine Turkey Corn Scallop - I remember our elementary school used to serve turkey corn scallop for lunch and till today, I still re-create this dish the day after Thanksgiving. Its the perfect way to enjoy leftover turkey and gravy.
My sister introduced me to dipping fresh strawberries into sour cream and then rolling them in brown sugar... She called it strawberries romanoff. Not sure if there is such a thing, but they taste incredibly good. I decided to incorporate that into an easy-to-make cake which resulted in ...
This is a very simple yet elegant presentation for seared ahi served with guacamole, mango salsa and wasabi cream sauce. The recipe below includes a source for ring molds. You can also use a tuna can with both lids removed.
This is a soup that is unbelievably simple to make and incredibly tasty! My mother has been making this soup for as long as I can remember and is one of our family's go-to comfort foods. The soup is made with beef shanks, bok choy (which we call white-stemmed cabbage), tomatoes and hawaiian salt/seasonings.
I've been thinking about making this for a long time. Its a modified version of Mom's corn chowder recipe. This is a very rich and hearty soup.