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Erika Engle has worked in Hawaii media since 1979. She writes “TheBuzz” column and additional stories about the restaurant and broader food service industries for "Crave" in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

She was named 2008 Small Business Journalist of the Year, City and County of Honolulu, by the U.S. Small Business Administration (Hawaii).

Prior to her newspaper days, Engle worked in radio and television.

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Olive Tree Cafe owner was ‘consummate Zorba’

Olive Tree Cafe chef and owner, farmer and beloved member of Hawaii’s Greek community, Savas Mojarrad, died of a heart attack while vacationing in Greece on Sept. 15. He was 84. Read more

Royal Garden to close in October

Royal Garden Chinese Restaurant will close its doors after service Oct. 31, ending 33 years of serving dim sum and Hong Kong-style dishes at the Ala Moana Hotel. Read more

New chef adds delightful twists to Bali menu

In November the Hilton put its AAA Four Diamond restaurant, Bali Steak & Seafood, in Benjie Cabutaje’s hands as chef de cuisine, and his food reached a larger audience. Read more

Rice Fest puts starch in Lanakila’s march

Rice Fest will offer cooking competitions, chef demonstrations, musical entertainment, cultural performances and food from a variety of trucks and vendors, all in the name of raising money for Lanakila Meals on Wheels. Read more

Kakaako to get 3 new restaurants

Three new restaurants are coming to Kakaako, planned by the Aoki Group, owner and operator of Honolulu’s Doraku and Bluetree Cafe locations. Read more

Hawaii chef aces major sauce project

A big-time national collaboration between local chef Mark “Gooch” Noguchi and the Kraft Heinz Co. has added to the company’s line of state-inspired barbecue sauces. Read more

Baku brings robata sizzle to Grand Lanai

Baku opens for business this week with a view overlooking Kalakaua Avenue, rounding out the eight restaurants on the Grand Lanai at the International Market Place. Read more

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