Renew your subscription
Archives for: Lanai Tabura
Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Mom’s Secret To Rich, Flavorful Pinakbet
I grew up eating all kinds of food, but pinakbet was definitely one of my favorites. I learned how to make this from my mom,...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Small-tot Time Comfort Food
A lot of people will go to the Cooking Hawaiian Style website and then say, “That’s not Hawaiian or Hawaii food,” and to that, I...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Ho‘ohuli Spills The Beans About Cooking
Radasha Ho‘ohuli, Miss Hawaii USA 2006, hails from Nanakuli. I have been friends with Radasha for about 15 years. When I asked her to be...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // A Simply Satisfying Pasta With Shrimp
Onda Pasta brings us Italy and Hawaii blended together on the North Shore. We invited owners Andrea and Jessica Onetti to the show to share...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // This Salad Says Aloha With Each Bite
Olena Heu and I have been friends for a long time, having met while working at the radio station. I had just started as a...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Make This Smokin’ Pie And Dive Right In
Kimi Werner is such an amazing human being, and I was happy to have her join our show. She is most famous for her freediving...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Augie’s Corne Beef & Cabbage
Augie Tulba has been part of Hawaii’s landscape of entertainers the past 20 years. Opening for comedians such as Damon Wayons and Howie Mandel, he...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Sweet Pastry
I have such fond childhood memories of my parents bringing home boxes of pastries, breads and cakes from the bakery, especially King’s Bakery,” says Lori...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Recreating A Like Like Fave
I don’t think people realize what it takes to put on a cooking show. You have guest coordination, prep, five-camera setup, lights, yada, yada, yada....

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Scrambling To Fix Dinner For Siblings
Growing up the oldest of four boys with no father, I had to learn how to cook quickly for my three brothers. Mom went to...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Succulent Salmon Sings With Flavor
This Maui girl is making some noise in the music industry, and I am so proud of her. When Anuhea first started her career, I...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Lightening Up An Island Udon Fave
AlohaCare has been a part of Cooking Hawaiian Style from the start, sharing healthy and affordable recipes with the community. Alyssa Moreau created this amazing,...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Cooking In The Kitchen With Kapono
I had the chance to open for C&K a few times on the road doing stand-up comedy,and it has to be one of the highlights...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Frank De Lima Spills Da Beans
The first time I met Frank De Lima, I was 16 and he just got off stage at the Noodle Shop in Waikiki. I was...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Sisters Stir Up A Spicy, Sweet, Salty Salad
Sisters Lori Cardenas and Laura Cristobal-Andersland, of Aunty Lilikoi and Salty Wahine, respectively, made the trek from Kauai to share something very spectacular: their version...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Chef Mavro Is In The House — Sweet!
Chef Mavro always has been one of my favorites because of the way he pays attention to detail. You can taste all of the ingredients...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Hiroshi’s Spicy Snapper
This week in the Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen, chefs John Iha and Axel Colobong from Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas join us. I was proud to have...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // This Parfait Puts Poi In The Spotlight
Taro Brand, a Hawaii icon, has been in our lives since 1946. When you think poi, Taro Brand is top of mind. The Tattori ohana,...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // You’ll Want To Gobble Up These Burgers
I have been really spoiled and blessed to meet so many great chefs and cooks — and this ohana has to be one of my...

Lanai Tabura
Cooking Hawaiian Style // Chef Sato’s Okinawan Ohagi Is So Ono
Grant Sato is a chef-instructor and an important part of the culinary world in Hawaii. He is lead instructor of Kapiolani Community College’s Culinary Arts...

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES PRIOR TO FEBRUARY 2012