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A Taste of Aloha

If you’re looking for something truly different to add to your table, these dishes from Hawaii will do the trick.

A review on: A Taste of Aloha
kaneohegirlinaz

Pros: All proceeds from A Taste of Aloha are returned to the community through projects sponsored by the Junior League of Honolulu.

Cons: My copy is getting pretty worn, I may need a new one.

The Hawaiian language is very complicated.  A word or portion of a word can mean many different things, but for me when I hear the word ALOHA, I hear the HA, meaning ‘the breath of life’ or ‘the sharing of breath’.  Next I think of sharing food, good food, food from Hawaii. With so many cultures having meshed so beautifully together in such a tiny place, you’ll find pretty much any...
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A Taste of Aloha

A Taste of Aloha

“The Hawaiian language is very complicated.  A word or portion of a word can mean many different things, but for me when I hear the word ALOHA, I hear the HA, meaning ‘the breath of life’ or ‘the sharing of breath’.  Next I think of sharing food, good food, food from Hawaii. With so many cultures having meshed so beautifully together in such a tiny place, you’ll find pretty much any...” --kaneohegirlinaz

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Food Lover's Guide to Honolulu

Food Lover's Guide to Honolulu

This valuable guide takes the reader on a food lover's tour of Honolulu and reveals the best places to eat and shop. From Hawai'i Kai to Kalihi, Joan Namkoong stops at farmers' markets, supermarkets, and specialty food stores, fine-dining restaurants, cafes, and hole-in-the wall eateries; festivals, and cooking classes. She reveals the sources of the best food available from...

A Taste of Hawaii: New Cooking from the Crossroads of the Pacific

A Taste of Hawaii: New Cooking from the Crossroads of the Pacific

Hawaii is at the center of one of the most enduring fusion-food trends-Pacific Rim cooking. A Taste of Hawaii was ahead of its time in 1992, when it was first published in hardcover: In Spring 2000, the trade paperback will find a ready, hungry market. Shattering the mainland's stereotype of luau food-poi, pineapple, and roast pig- the 125 recipes in A Taste of Hawaii combine fresh...

What Hawaii Likes to Eat

What Hawaii Likes to Eat

A collection of the most popular and loved dishes Hawaii's kama'aina remember, enjoy, and continue to eat at restaurants and in homes throughout the islands. From Chicken Katsu to Spam Musubi, it's all here with cooking tips and stories about chefs and hole-in-the-wall restaurants of days gone-by. If it's true that we are what we eat, then Hawaii is a genuine melting pot...