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Browse food and drink recipes for every occasion featuring Hawaii chefs and home cooks, and popular recipes from The New York Times.


Three Drinks Long and a Mile High

I recently returned from my first United States Bartender’s Guild National Conference in Denver, Colorado, where a dear friend and I had the privilege of learning from the most dedicated and inspired minds in the bar world today Read more

Layers of flavor

Enjoy this light dessert of vegan coffee gelatin, which is easy to make. Read more

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More rice is nice

Don’t have any day-old rice in the refrigerator, but craving fried rice? That’s not a problem with this oven-baked sheet pan kimchi “fried” rice. Read more

A combo of textures

This braised mushroom and lotus root dish is simple to prepare, yet tasty, offering different textures — crispness and softness — that are pleasing to the palate. Read more

A versatile pasta

The base of this dish is a luscious sauce that can accompany a pasta of your choice. Read more

Nourishing family ties

Today, May 15, marks International Day of Families. It was established by the United Nations in 1993 and celebrated worldwide to raise awareness about the issues impacting families and to enhance understanding of the social, economic and demographic factors that affect them. Read more

Fun veggie fajitas

This veggie fajita hits the spot when you’re craving a Tex-Mex meal. Flavorful browned veggies are topped with rich guacamole and fresh diced tomatoes, all rolled in a warm tortilla. You definitely will want more than one. Read more

The ultimate comfort food

A hearty, warm and crunchy pot pie will hit the spot on a day when you could use some traditional comfort food. Read more

Going green

A verde, or green, salsa is a refreshing alternative to the usual red salsa, and its color makes it a perfect dish for spring. Read more

Roll with it

Popiah, a Chinese version of fresh spring rolls, is commonly found in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.  Read more

An easy omelet

Rupert Corpuz and Edeliza deGuzman-Corpuz of Ewa Beach say their tasty and beautiful eggplant omelet (tortang talong in Ilokano) is commonly served at breakfast. Read more

Lox of Love

The mere mention of “brunch” seems to possess a magical quality. Even The Washington Post once called it “the most delicious — and divisive — meal in America.” Read more

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