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Spirited Conversations: 3 drinks to make you Instagram famous

A trend quickly becoming a must on cocktail menus is adding “Instagram-worthy” flair to the common cocktail. Read More

Sturdy greens make hearty salad entree

Many interesting salad ingredients are in season at this time of year. Pleasantly bitter greens, like endive, frisee, radicchio and their colorful chicory cousins, are lovely combined with fruit. Read More

Heavenly latkes are worth making all year round

Hanukkah ended Dec. 10, and so did the eight-day season linked with eating latkes, potato pancakes fried to a crisp. Read More

The Weekly Eater: 2 new choices for Moiliili dining

A spate of newcomers has entered the dining scene in the Moiliili area. Read More

Back in the Day: Festive Filipino desserts carry holiday memories

For Eva Rose Washburn-Repollo, the rice and coconut milk desserts of her childhood kindle memories of Christmas in the village of TanJay on Negros Island in the Philippines. Read More

Festive cookies that won’t leave you frazzled

These cookies are appropriate for those who swear they “can’t bake,” and meant to make you feel simultaneously festive and relaxed. Read More

Cravings: Alicia’s Market Poke Express is on the comeback trail

The foodie community’s been abuzz about the opening of Alicia’s Market Poke Express last week, two doors down from the site of the original Kalihi market. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Baking local for the holidays

Homemade baked goods fresh from the oven are wonderful treats to bring family and friends during this festive season. Read More

On Tap in Hawaii: Winemakers help fine-tune beer blend

Firestone Walker Brewing Co. in Paso Robles, Calif., calls on neighboring winemakers for help in blending its anniversary beers. Read More

By Request: Get out of a holiday pickle with pickles

In the final ramp-up to Christmas, you may need a fast-and-easy recipe idea. I offer: Cheapskate Pickles. Read More

Cravings: Pizza Press, Feast, Maui Nui Venison

Even more food news you can use this week, courtesy Crave. Read More

Easy-Kine Cooking: Oreos simplify festive desserts

Two of the most popular desserts for children (and adults) are Oreo cookies and creamy puddings. Why not combine them for the easiest individual sweets? Read More

Grab and Go: Dickey’s smokes out Texas barbecue

People prefer their barbecue made low and slow, but at the same time, but they want it fast. That’s the biggest challenge for Danny Mabalot, who opened Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in Kapolei, the first Hawaii location for the Texas- style barbecue chain. Read More

Turn your pie into a spectacle this holiday season

The most beautiful pies exalt the ingredients that fill them. Give these recipes a try — the fillings are striking on their own, but the decorating techniques make them shine for a holiday feast. Read More

The Electric Kitchen: Indian dinner benefits culinary foundation

Chef Vikram Garg will prepare the foods of his homeland next month in a dinner benefiting the Hawaii Culinary Education Foundation. Read More

Barfly: Hawaii breweries join California wildfire fundraiser

Sierra Nevada Brewing is working with thousands of breweries across the United States to produce Resilience Butte County Proud IPA, with 100 percent of sales going to the official Camp Fire Relief Fund. Read More

Humble gingerbread becomes stately layer cake

Good gingerbread is dark and moist, with an intriguing hint of bitterness and a peppery finish. But it can be too moist for a stately layer cake — until you introduce cocoa powder to the mix. Read More

Promise seen in Big Isle’s land-based fisheries

Bennett Dorrance, a Big Island resident and one of the heirs to the Campbell’s Soup fortune, is helping spearhead sustainable fishing endeavors that are good for both the land and the community. Read More

Kohala Mountain Fish’s eco-friendly practices a model for rest of U.S.

Who’d think that raising fish on land could be a model for sustainable farming in an island state like ours? That’s what the Kohala Mountain Fish Co. is doing — and it’s one of the top producers of tilapia in the nation. Read More

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