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Chef Ed Kenney Shares the Eats Around His Kaimuki Neighborhood

Chef Ed Kenney Shares the Eats Around His Kaimuki Neighborhood

Posted on May 5, 2010

The following is a guest blog by Melanie Kosaka of Share Your Table and What Chefs Eat iPhone app. Just a 10-minute ride from Waikiki, Kaimuki is the antithesis of mall culture. An eclectic mix of street front shops and restaurants, it’s one of the few places in urban Honolulu that entices you to park [...]

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Exploring Up-Country Maui with Chef Bev Gannon

Exploring Up-Country Maui with Chef Bev Gannon

Posted on April 9, 2010

The following is a guest blog by Melanie Kosaka of Share Your Table and What Chefs Eat iPhone app. Chef Bev Gannon is the grand diva of Maui’s culinary scene.  More than 20 years ago she had the vision to take a neglected neighborhood general store and turn it into an award-winning restaurant. Today Haliimaile [...]

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Hand picked by uber chef Jean-George Vongerichten, Colin Hazama of the St. Regis Princeville shares his top picks for ethnic eats on Oahu

Hand picked by uber chef Jean-George Vongerichten, Colin Hazama of the St. Regis Princeville shares his top picks for ethnic eats on Oahu

Posted on April 7, 2010

The following is a guest blog by Melanie Kosaka of Share Your Table and What Chefs Eat iPhone app. Recently named as a 2010 James Beard Award Rising Star Chef semi-finalist, Colin Hazama knows good food, so when he shared with me his favorite local restaurants I paid serious attention. This young chef loves traditional [...]

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Beyond the Beach: The Honolulu Fish Auction is a Showcase for Hawaii Seafood

Beyond the Beach: The Honolulu Fish Auction is a Showcase for Hawaii Seafood

Posted on November 6, 2009

Getting Raw and Wild in Hawaii While we might be famous for our gorgeous beaches and the ocean activities (or in some cases non-activity i.e. sunbathing) that take place on our shores, Hawaii is also renown for world-class seafood and a fish auction that is unique in the United States. Each weekday morning before dawn [...]

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Hike Diamond Head and Treat Yourself to Vintage Island Flavors

Hike Diamond Head and Treat Yourself to Vintage Island Flavors

Posted on October 26, 2009

Not that the view from the top of Diamond Head isn’t a reward in itself, but knowing that luscious blueberry cream cheese scones, slices of lemon crunch cake and rice balls stuffed with juicy morsels of crispy chicken await you, makes the trek to the top of Hawaii’s most famous crater a little more – [...]

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Aloha in Your Cup

Aloha in Your Cup

Posted on October 14, 2009

World Class Coffee is Brewing in Hawaii This past April a small coffee farm in rural Kau, Hawaii placed seventh at the prestigious international finals of the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s cupping competition.  Kailiawa Coffee Farm vying against centuries old coffee growing regions that included Ethiopia, Columbia, and Panama received the top ten honor. [...]

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A Hands-on Farm Experience in Waianae, Hawaii

A Hands-on Farm Experience in Waianae, Hawaii

Posted on September 29, 2009

On the last Saturday of the month volunteers help Mao Organic Farms grow youth and community. Mao Organic Farms is Oahu’s largest organic farm, growing salad greens, root vegetables and a variety of seasonal produce that supply some of Honolulu’s top restaurants and markets.  However, Mao Farms’ fruits and vegetables may be the least important [...]

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Two Los Angeles Foodies Share What They Crave In Hawaii

Two Los Angeles Foodies Share What They Crave In Hawaii

Posted on September 22, 2009

In Los Angeles, tell someone you’re from Hawaii, and you’ll hear lots of sighs followed by a look that’s best described as wishful lusting.  Angelenos have a deep love affair with the Islands, more people from Los Angeles come to Hawaii than from any other city. This month the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau is [...]

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Hawaii’s Mayors Share Their Favorite Neighborhood Joints

Hawaii’s Mayors Share Their Favorite Neighborhood Joints

Posted on September 11, 2009

The following is a guest blog by Melanie Kosaka of Share Your Table. I always say if you want to get an authentic sense of a destination; eat where the locals go.  Find out from folks who have a genuine love and connection to their community, and what and where they like to eat.  What [...]

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Think Global, Live Local

Think Global, Live Local

Posted on August 24, 2009

The following is a guest post by Share Your Table. The original post can be found here. Think Global, Live Local Connecting consumers to their food source SYT, The Honolulu Advertiser, Hawaii Seals of Quality and Whole Foods Market hosted “Think Global, Live Local” this past Saturday at Kahala Mall. The afternoon was buzzing with [...]

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