Electric Kitchen Archives | Honolulu Star-Advertiser
  • Sunday, December 16, 2018
  • 74°

Electric Kitchen

HEADLINES ONLY
MOST RECENT

The Electric Kitchen: Indian dinner benefits culinary foundation

Chef Vikram Garg will prepare the foods of his homeland next month in a dinner benefiting the Hawaii Culinary Education Foundation. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Show support for senior meals

This holiday season, Lanakila Meals on Wheels is asking for the community’s continued support in helping seniors in need. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Comfort dishes fill cookbook

“Watt’s Cookin’ — Hawaiian Electric Favorites” is a fundraising cookbook for Aloha United Way that pays homage to employees’ favorite recipes handed down through the generations, plus newer recipes adapted for today’s lifestyles. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Extend Thanksgiving with turkey soup

Now that you have a boatload of stock made from your Thanksgiving bird and/or beast, you’ve got the makings for great soups. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Traditional Thanksgiving dishes take on local flavors

As Thanksgiving is right around the corner, we’re sharing some ways to incorporate delicious local flavors and ingredients into your holiday feast. Read More
 

The Electric Kitchen: Tofu dishes offer health benefits

You can do almost anything with tofu, depending on the type you are using. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Pure treats with no tricks

Roasted pumpkin seeds are a good way to use leftovers when carving Halloween jack-o-lanterns. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Great Pumpkin Fest heads east

The Great Pumpkin Festival is coming to East Honolulu this weekend at Holy Nativity School. Here are some fresh pumpkin recipes to try. Read More
 

The Electric Kitchen: Mussel paella, citrus-poached salmon

As wild fish populations are depleted, it’s important that our seafood is caught or farmed under a system that enforces environmentally responsible practices. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Multicooker saves time, energy

Cooking under pressure requires less liquid than conventional cooking, as there is less evaporation. Try these recipes using a time- and energy-saving multicooker. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Getting back to our local roots

As we head into autumn, root vegetables from local farms are bountiful, readily available at farmers markets and grocery stores. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Garlic gives human body a boost

Many of the foods we eat contain medicinal properties and provide health benefits. Garlic is a popular choice for its bold aroma and delicious taste. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Chinese roast meats inspire meals

This week, head over to your favorite Chinatown butcher, pick up some of your favorite meats and incorporate them in these local-style recipes. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Middle Eastern favorites

Middle Eastern food is gaining in popularity, taking over fast-casual restaurants serving flavorful, fresh and healthful foods. Read More

Puerto Rican flavors brighten meals

Unusual yuzu has many uses

Yuzu is a popular ingredient in cooking in Korea and Japan. Read More
 

Made in Hawaii Fest showcases aloha spirit

The annual Made in Hawaii Festival returns to the Neal S. Blaisdell Center this weekend, a showcase for food local products from food to books to jewelry and much more. Read More

Cooking ahead eases dinnertime stress

Kids are back in school, which means busy weeknights with little time for cooking. But with a little effort in the kitchen on the weekend, you can prepare dinner for the entire week. Read More

Quick and easy snacks to help keep up your energy

Save on energy and time by whipping up some healthy and ready-to-go energy bites. Read More

Sweets showcase summer fruits

Hot summer days call for cool desserts, and it’s the perfect time to take advantage of seasonal fruits. Read More

Older Stories

Scroll Up