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‘Lettuce’ celebrate

For almost 16 years, The Electric Kitchen has provided our longtime readers with homestyle recipes in Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Read more

Heart to heart

Get your blood flowing with American Heart Association. Read more

Time to wok and roll

Hawaii Foodbank has been leading efforts to provide food to families in our communities for more than 30 years. Read more

A meaty, local-style meal

Located in the heart of the North Shore, Waimea Valley has been a wahi pana (“celebrated place”) that is considered a sacred space. Read more

A batch made in heaven

For more than 100 years, Moiliili Community Center has taken care of kupuna by offering programs to keep them physically, mentally and socially active. Read more

Pick me!

Summertime is here! That means our favorite local fruits, like sweet and juicy Haden mangoes or succulent lychees, are in season. Read more

Cultivating greens, love of culture

Located in the heart of Manoa Valley, Manoa Heritage Center (MHC) is a 3.5-acre living classroom dedicated to promoting an understanding of Hawaii’s culture and heritage. Read more

A speedy stir-fry

With the state's restrictions easing up and places gradually getting back to normal, you may notice that traffic is picking up again and life is getting busier. Read more

A local family Favorite

Black bean sauce is widely used in Chinese cuisine, primarily in Sichuan and Cantonese dishes. Read more

Preserving a classic side

Chef Blake Kajiwara of Kaji’s Kitchen quickly pivoted when his hotel restaurant closed during the pandemic and forced him, like many chefs, to find other ways of sharing his passion for cooking. Read more

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / FEB. 20
The Electric Kitchen: Pitch in for sustainable future

Many of Hawaii’s beaches and coastlines are inundated with plastic pollution. But thanks to Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, in the last 10 years more than half a million pounds of debris have been removed from our shores. Read more


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