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Firm serves mainlanders craving a taste of the isles

By Erika Engle

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 16, 2013

~~<p>So your kids or cousins or aunties and uncles live on the faraway mainland, and they get ono for kalua pork, lau&shy;lau and poi, or Zippy's chili or Portuguese bean soup, and Christmas is coming. Now what?</p>
<p>Keith and LeeAnne Evano&shy;vich saw the need and set up shop in 2007 in Nevada, where he previously served in Longs Drugs management and met plenty of expat islanders.</p>
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So your kids or cousins or aunties and uncles live on the faraway mainland, and they get ono for kalua pork, lau­lau and poi, or Zippy's chili or Portuguese bean soup, and Christmas is coming. Now what?

Keith and LeeAnne Evano­vich saw the need and set up shop in 2007 in Nevada, where he previously served in Longs Drugs management and met plenty of expat islanders. Login for more...



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