Here are Hawai‘i’s most favorite foods chosen from Hawai‘i’s popular and best-selling cookbook series What Hawai‘i Likes to Eat—favorites from What Hawai‘i Likes to Eat, What Hawai‘i Likes to Eat Hana Hou, What Maui Likes to Eat, and What the Big Island Likes to Eat. Included are recipes that represent all of the Islands’ culinary influences and define Hawai‘i culinary-wise (with special chapters of recipes found only in Hawai‘i and from bygone restaurant days). Ideal for the kitchen library or to share Hawai‘i’s cooking with loved ones when traveling.
Now, when someone asks you what people in Hawai‘i enjoy eating, the answer is easily available. Enjoy plate lunches like teriyaki beef and chicken with potato or macaroni salad; desserts like chantilly cake or andagi; comfort foods like oxtail stew and fried rice; newer dishes like loco moco, poke wrap, and ‘ahi tartare; ethnic fare like cold ginger chicken and lumpia; or traditional entrées like oven-roasted kālua pig and crusted ‘ōpakapaka.
|Page Count ||208 pages |
|Publisher ||Mutual Publishing Printed in South Korea |
|Publish Date ||September 2016 |
|Dimensions ||9.0" x 6.0” x 0.75" |
|Edited by ||Betty Shimabukuro and Joleen Oshiro |
|Binding ||Hardcover concealed wire-o |
|ISBN 13 ||978-1939487-51-3 |