Hawaii Food & Drinks

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Authentic Hawaiian Haupia Recipe

Are you looking for a different dessert to add to your routine? While chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes are great, they've been done so many times before. This recipe for Hawaiian haupia is something that is outside the box for your typical dessert, and believe us when we tell you that it tastes absolutely incredible. Wild Wild Whisk shares that Hawaiian Haupia is a coconut pudding that achieves its thick consistency from cornstarch or arrowroot powder. It's refreshing and tasty and there are so many good things about it. The dessert requires just a few ingredients and only 5 minutes of prep time, making it a win for all parties involved.
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Good News For Chick-Fil-A Fans In Hawaii

Chick-fil-A's plans for world domination took another step forward on July 28. As Maui Now reported, that's the day when the chicken-focused fast food chain broke ground on a new restaurant in Hawaii. Chick-fil-A has nearly 2,700 locations in the U.S. (via ScrapeHero), so what's so newsworthy about one more? The Chick-fil-A coming to Kahului on the island of Maui is the chain's first-ever in the Aloha State. "Aloha," in Chick-fil-A's case, definitely means "hello."
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Hawaii’s Kitchen on the Road: Han No Daidokoro

Honolulu (KHON2) – In this edition of Hawaii’s Kitchen on the road, Mikey visits a new yakiniku restaurant in the Anaha Shops on Auahi Street called Han No Daidokoro. Mikey is joined by General Manager Matsu Fumiaki to learn more about the restaurant the fabulous and tasty food served here. Han No Daidokoro (meaning “Hanʻs Kitchen”) is a famous, award-winning yakiniku restaurant from Tokyo and this the first location outside of Japan.
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Top Places to Eat in Oahu, Hawaii

Looking for restaurants to check out in Oahu? This video goes over the TOP MUST EATS in Oahu, Hawaii. Watch my Part 1 here: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBp3KJSF9vA&t=176s">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBp3KJSF9vA&t=176s</a> Have any food suggestions? Leave me a comment below! Thanks for watching! ------------------------------------ Subscribe to my channel for more travel adventures: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClF7">https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClF7</a>... Follow me on social media: INSTAGRAM: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/fancynancis">https://www.instagram.com/fancynancis</a>… TIKTOK: <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@fancistatravels">https://www.tiktok.com/@fancistatravels</a>
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Building a Hawaiian Earth Oven (Imu) | Day Two: Light 'Em and Fill 'Em

For three days The Culinary Edge TV filmed the building, lighting, and eating from an authentic imu or Hawaiian Earth Oven in Pahoa on Hawai'i Island. The filming was the result of a local partnership between a community group, The Men of PA'A, and an agricultural nonprofit, the Hawai'i Sheep and Goat Association. On day two of this three part video, I'opa and his crew light the imu and fill it with meat and vegetables. Then they cover the imu to let it cook overnight. Stay tuned and follow us for Part 3. Thanks for watching the Culinary Edge TV!
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Building a Hawaiian Earth Oven (Imu) | Day Three: Down Fo' Pound

For three days The Culinary Edge TV filmed the building, lighting, and eating from an authentic imu or Hawaiian Earth Oven in Pahoa on Hawai'i Island. The filming was the result of a local partnership between a community group, The Men of PA'A, and an agricultural nonprofit, the Hawai'i Sheep and Goat Association. On day three the imu is uncovered revealing a cornucopia of deliciousness. The group tries the kalua lamb and is amazed at how good it is. This demonstration of local Hawaiian culture coming together around food concludes.
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REVIEWED: Drinks from Flavors from Fire, China, Hawaii, Italy, and The Swanky Sauce Swine

EPCOT’s International Food and Wine Festival officially began July 15 with 81 different food items to enjoy and even more booths opening this October. Of course, we’re on a mission to try them all, and our quest continues with park reporter Chrissy back at EPCOT sampling drinks from Flavors from Fire, China, Italy, Hawaii, and new festival addition – The Swanky Saucy Swine.
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Chick-fil-A is Expanding to Hawaii

It’s official, Chick-fil-A® restaurants are coming to Hawaii! We’re excited to announce that we plan to open our first restaurant, Chick-fil-A Maui, in Kahului in early 2022 followed by additional locations in Honolulu and Kapolei later next year. Over the next two years, our goal is to open three additional restaurants throughout the state.
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