Saturday, January 16, 2021

Fried Rice with Portuguese Sausage and Bacon by Jerry Correa of Saint Francis Healthcare

Our host Lanai was lucky enough to meet Jerry Correa,  a local boy from Kauai, while working on the Show Aloha Challenge Campaign during...
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    Pig’s Feet Soup

    There is something so very comforting about Pig’s Feet Soup. Stories I have heard say that this was a dish new mom’s would be...

    Kombu Maki

    A Japanese favorite dish you will find at all the family gatherings. A popular okazuya style restaurant item. Tender pieces of pork or chicken...

    Nishime

    A traditional Japanese vegetable stew sometimes prepared with either pork or chicken. A very comforting dish you will typically find at households to celebrate special...

    Yakisoba Sauce

    Here at our Japanese specialty stores, you will find many, many different varieties of bottled Yakisoba sauces, each with a little different flavor. Make...

    Citrus Shrimp Cocktail with Wasabi Cocktail Sauce

    The days have come and gone when Shrimp Cocktail was on every restaurant menu. It remains a popular appetizer, a dish that will impress...

    Tofu Poke

    I first saw this Tofu Poke dish on the menu of one of our long time Waikiki restaurants. What a great idea! It has...

    Fried Tofu With Wasabi Oil And Soy Syrup

    You’re invited to a dinner party. Oh and by the way, the menu is vegetarian. I love tofu! So that will be the dish...

    Pupu Edamame (Immature Soy Beans)

    Edamame (immature soy beans) is a very typical starter dish that is served when you immediately sit down at a Japanese Restaurant. It is...

    Salmon Zosui (Gruel)

    On a cold morning, nothing sooths the tummy like the Japanese Zosui. Similar to Okayu, which is preapred using uncooked rice verses Zosui which...

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