Fishcake stuffed inari sushi is a local Hawaii favorite that you don't see as often, but is so ono and easy to make. Try this recipe for your next potluck and you will be very popular!
A quick and easy side dish - Eggplant coated in a flavorful egg wash and flash fried to golden crisp!
A nice twist on a Hawaii favorite! Filipino pork adobo...cooked until tender, then fried up crispy before serving.
A delicious sushi for those that don't like raw ingredients...this one is made with a delicious imitation and cooked crab salad.
A quick and easy pupu that is sure to please!
Easy to make, easy cleanup! Dinner in under 30 minutes!
No matter the take out location, my eyes always go straight to the Beef Broccoli. I can’t seem to resist ordering it, if it looks as good as the recipe from my neighborhood Chinese Restaurant.
Macadamia nut shortbread cookies! A great big batch recipe to bake and share. Great for a cookie exchange party !
A popular dim sum dish. Tender morsels of fishcake and shrimp wrapped with won ton wrapper strips and fried until crispy. A fun recipe to prepare and share.
A classic and a favorite still. Moist and fluffy chocolate cake with the o so familiar thick frosting.
Crack seed stores are becoming less and less visible here. While you can get Pickled Mango year round in some small shops in Chinatown, this is the absolute most looked-forward-to recipe when mango season is here in the islands.Summer time! Sour, salty and sweet.
A popular Filipino noodle dish. While there are several different variations of this dish, the main ingredients are standard, where it differs is in the use of different types of noodles and the wonderful toppings. The most common varieties you find here are pancit miki using rice noodles and pancit bihon, using eg...
This is a take on a recipe that I once enjoyed at a local karaoke-type lounge in our neighborhood. Sadly, the lounge closed a few years back, but I still get hungry for their famous wings.The original recipe was a bit more on the sweet side, but for me, I like it a bit spicy.Feel free to use less heat in your recipe....
You’re invited to a dinner party. Oh and by the way, the menu is vegetarian. I love tofu! So that will be the dish for me to bring. It is a kicked up version of Korean Pupu Tofu.
I first enjoyed Wasabi Oil and Soy Syrup at a local award winning restaurant. It was enjoyed on some fresh ahi carpac...