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Scouts offer cookies and kudos

This week, the Girl Scouts share recipes using their cookies as a key ingredient. Read More

Treat your valentine to a home-cooked meal

Instead of taking your valentine out for dinner, avoid the restaurant crowds and treat your special someone to a home-cooked meal this year. Read More

Save time, space with multicooker

The compact multicooker is an all-in-one pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker and yogurt maker. It can also be used to saute, steam and warm foods, and thus can replace many small kitchen appliances. Read More

Mason jars make lunches easy

Mason jar meals are simple, inexpensive and portable, helping to manage portion sizes as well as your budget. They also allow you to prepare lunches for the entire week all at once, as the tight seal keeps ingredients fresh. Read More

Super powders bulk up meals

Super powders, like maca root (from the radish family), matcha (from green tea) and spirulina (from algae) are gaining popularity and finding their way into lattes, smoothies, soups and baked goods. Read More

‘Ohana Festival launches 2018 with flavor

Celebrate the 25th Annual New Year’s ‘Ohana Festival this weekend at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i. Read More
 

Don’t forget to use noodles on National Spaghetti Day

National Spaghetti Day is Thursday. One of the world’s favorite dishes, spaghetti is deserving of its own holiday. Read More

Ring in 2018 with local-style favorites

As the clock ticks down on the final moments of 2017, preparing for the new year takes on significance. Read More

Christmas cookies make holiday season bright

Gather your friends, family and co-workers and get into the Christmas spirit with a cookie exchange. Each person should bring a dozen cookies for each guest participating in the exchange. Read More
 

Fundraising cookbook inspires dining in

“Everyday Recipes for Everyday Energy,” Hawaiian Electric Co.’s new fundraising cookbook for Aloha United Way, offers more than 100 recipesfrom employees, retirees and their families that you’ll love. Read More

Crunchy snacks have holiday spirit

Spread the cheer and get into the holiday spirit with Christmas parades, treats and fun. Read More

Give thanks for those turkey leftovers

The best way to express your gratitude for all of your Thanksgiving bounty is to create some mouthwatering dishes using your leftovers. Read More

Thanksgiving sides made to be gobbled up

Thanksgiving is the one day of the year where diet plans are tossed out the window and eating prodigiously is encouraged. Read More

Veggie dishes rooted in goodness

The abundance and variety of root vegetables available this season make it a great time to try some new recipes. Read More

Fruit trees inspire 3 recipes

The 24th annual Hawaiian Electric Co. Arbor Day Tree Giveaway returns this weekend at six locations on Oahu. Read More

Spooky theme kicks up dishes

The only thing scarier than ghosts, goblins and ghouls on Halloween is coming up short with your themed recipe treats. Read More

Share-a-Night Gala helps support sick keiki

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii will host its Share-A-Night Gala next month. Here are some special recipes shared by residents and friends of the organization. Read More

Aloun Farms hosts annual Pumpkin Festival

Aloun Farms invites you to Hawaii’s largest Pumpkin Festival. Read More

Fair focuses on energy savings

Join Maka, the Super Energy Saver, at Hawaiian Electric’s 14th annual Clean Energy Fair this weekend at Kahala Mall. Read More

Festa Italiana offers taste of Italy in Kakaako

For those who share a love for Italian food and culture, the Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is hosting the inaugural Festa Italiana Hawaii on Oct. 7 in the heart of Kakaako. Read More

History day stirs up WWII dishes

Get ready for American history at the Pacific Aviation Museum with a few WWII-era favorites that include modern twists. Read More

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