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Indian ‘dawat’ benefits isle culinary education

  • CREDIT MICHAEL MATHES

    Chef Vikram Garg will make use of dozens of spices in a benefit dinner Aug. 20.

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    Fried rice made with Portuguese sausage and Spam was introduced at Jack in the Box locations in Hawaii and on Guam.

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    A pink octopus joined Hard Rock Cafe’s series of collectible pins last week, selling for $14, with 15 percent of sales going to the Waikiki Aquarium. Find the pin at the Hard Rock in Waikiki. Call 955-7383.

Everybody starts somewhere, and at the Hawaii Culinary Education Foundation, the focus is on providing isle culinary students with a solid launch, including experiences outside the classroom that expand their knowledge of the culinary world. Read more

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