National Margarita Day is just around the corner—February 22, in fact. And what better place to celebrate this “holiday” than in sunny Hawaii, at the beach, with the sun on your face and the sound of waves in your ears?
Make no mistake, Hawaii is the perfect place to kick back, relax and say, “Ahhhh…” as you take a sip of one of America’s most favorite drinks Margarita. It can be frozen or on the rocks; in a salt-rimmed glass or not, or adorned with something else, say, chili powder; traditional or updated with mango, pomegranate, grapefruit or other out-of-this-world … Read More
Smoothies are the best options for breakfast. Many people prefer smoothies for breakfast. They are the best especially not only during winter but every morning. They revive your hormones and refresh your body organs. Most of the tropical smoothies are made using fruits and frozen fruits work very well.
Smoothies rejuvenate our hormones and refresh our body organs. If you haven’t been taking a glass of smoothie in the morning, it is the perfect time to consider taking some. There are different types and recipes of smoothies. We are going to discuss different kinds of smoothies.… Read More
Making preparations for dinner or lunch can be quite hectic and in some cases, stressful. This is particularly the case when you plan on hosting several guests at your house on one of those special days/events. Other times, you just want to make an otherwise dull Monday night more enjoyable. Well, with Hawaiian Luau recipes, you can leave all your guests salivating for more. You can even make a winter night feel like a summer night on a tropical island. For those of you who do not know where to start when it comes to preparing Hawaiian Luau themed … Read More
Hawaiian cuisine is one of those specialty foods that can be overlooked in mainland America, but it is a nice treat when you find a restaurant that is so inspired by the produce and style of the state that they celebrate it with the best ingredients and a little flair. You are going to love this shrimp salad.
Roy Yamaguchi is a man that made a big name for himself in the world of fusion cuisine after opening his first restaurant in Honolulu in 1988. His fusion was an amalgamation of Pacific Rim flavors that celebrated the region and his … Read More
Fruits are some of the healthiest foods that we can eat. Most, if not all diets, include servings of fresh fruit daily to be healthy. The thing with this kind of food is that they need to be ripe in order to be savored and appreciated. Some can be eaten unripe but these are few and far between. Eating unripe fruits might give you a mild stomach ache or land you to the hospital in severe cases. On the other hand, over ripe fruits can be unappetizing to eat so it is best to leave those alone.
This recipe is one of its kind and reminds me of my early years when I was growing up in Hawaii. My dad, who was a chef in a local restaurant not far away from our home was an avid fan of grilled marinated fish with a touch of coconut rice and tropical salsa.
Every Saturday he used to come home early to prepare the sumptuous meal for the family, while our mom just watched how it was done in pure admiration. However, she too learned how to make the good meals after awhile. The meal was special considering the … Read More
My Husband And I love To Throw Football Game Parties For Our Friends And Family.
The excitement of the game and shouts of encouragement make game day special.
Last weekend, I decided to prepare my recipe for Guinness beer BBQ chicken. I made them using chicken wings, which is more appropriate for a football game. It makes for succulent tasty chicken wing that makes it impossible to eat just one wing.
I love this particular Guinness Beer BBQ chicken recipe because it has Asian influence.
You can vary it by changing the pieces of chicken or adding other ingredients … Read More
Ahi Poke Is A Common Sight At Hawaiian Family Get Togethers And Outdoor Activities.
In Hawaiian, Ahi is another name for raw tuna (preferably yellow fin) and Poke means to “mix up”. So, mixed-up raw tuna.
The tradition of ahi poke goes back many years. Real Hawaiians eat their poke with their fingers. It is not unusual to see this still done today at luaus.
I like to serve my poke with tropical fruits on the side – mangoes are a great addition when cubed and chilled. Sprinkled with coconut shavings and diced pinapple, mangos go well with any fresh … Read More