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This is my favorite pasta and Italian dish. When the relatives are over or when there are lots of kids to feed, try this instead of spaghetti. They or anyone will love this dish. The Portuguese sausage really sets it apart and I like to add the lemon flavor to make this dish light and refreshing. If you can't find pa...

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Jesse Limpan in conjunction with AlohaCare is doing some amazing things with local produce. This amazing creation of island fish with olena pesto is one small example of how Jesse and AlohaCare are working not only to help the community, but to teach our keiki the merits of healty eating.

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When I invited Gordon Lum to do an episode on our Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show, I asked him what his most popular dish is. He said that "hands-down, Hawaiian Style chicken panang" was his most popular dish. Whenever he made it for pot lucks or one of Popo June Tong's foodie group gatherings, that people would rave ...

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Gordon Lum makes his popular Chinese look funn noodles with chicken - look funn is similar to chow fun but it comes in flat sheets and is cut into thin noodles.  The texture is a little more tender than chow fun noodles.

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Gordon Lum comes from the family that created Lum's char siu sauce which is still sold worldwide in stores.  We met Gordon through Popo June Tong who was also a guest on our Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show.  Gordon's spare ribs with black bean sauce is made the old, traditional way with lots of love.

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When "Papa" Tottori of Taro brand told me that he was making poi patties, I was hesitant but these patties are really delicious. You have to try this recipe - plus its a great way to eat poi in a different way...Love it!

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I was so honored to have Ernest "Papa" Tottori, the Taro Brand patriarch in the kitchen with us on Cooking Hawaiian Style showing us how to make one of his favorites... Pork luau in the crockpot. Papa Tottori is a treasue and has been producing poi for the state of Hawaii for years. Be sure to catch his episodes and ...

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Chef Adam & Makani join their brother and host of Cooking Hawaiian Style Lanai to make Moi, a Hawaiian fish that was highly regarded and reserved only for Hawaiian royalty.

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Ken & Hisae from Sun Noodle stop by the Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen and show us how to make fried saimin using their own brand of saimin noodles.  Be sure to watch their episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Mike Irish - the owner of Halm's Enterprises, Keoki's Lau Lau & Diamond Head Seafood makes a local favorite: kalua pork (Hawaii's version of pulled pork), kim chee fried rice.  Watch this episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style!

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