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Taro chip cookies, Hawaii's answer to the popular potato chip cookies. These cookies have the perfect combination of crunchy, sweet and salty.
I tried these at a party and had to try making them. I love anything with taro in it.
Summertime is always time to fire up the grill and this time I'm doing it slightly healthier with delicious mahi mahi burgers topped with a serrano chile salsa.
I've been on a health-kick lately and wanted to make a simple chili using less meat or even try making chili using a meat substitute. I used a 16-bean mix along with garbanzo beans and thickened the chili with fat free refried beans. T...
Nothing makes me happier than to create recipes that use products that are made in Hawaii. Island Princess Hawaii Makani bars are made with mo...
I found this recipe online and to my disappointment, the cake was nothing like the cake that was in the picture so I decided to make this one up myself. This is my version.
This is my uncle Eddie's recipe for homemade brownies. To me, this is one of the best brownie recipes.... The top of the brownie is nice and crisp with a candy-like texture that crackles...and the brownie itself is super rich, chocolatey and moist. You can tell that its a homemade brownie...not a boxed mix.
These mini shrimp toast bites pack a lot of punch and a lot of flavor starting with the garlic bread toast base which is slathered with homemade clam dip and topped with a spicy chipotle lime shrimp. You can make each component ahead of time and simply assemble before serving.
If you are feeling a little pudgy from all of the holiday eating, try this easy-to-make turkey burger. Lean ground turkey, lean ground beef is just as good, mashed avocado is a great alternative to fatty mayo, fat free cheese, one piece of sprouted whole wheat bread instead of a hamburger bun and lots of veggies ma...
For those of you that live in the mainland and want to be able to make fresh poi any time of year, you really need to try pai'ai. Pai'ai is taro that has been hand pounded with very little water. It will last indefinitely in an airtight pouch kept in a cool place. For those of you that live in Hawaii, once you try po...
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