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  • Farmers Markets on Maui

    mother and daughter enjoy shave ice in hawaiiMaui's farmers markets are a unique experience, a mash-up of foods, cultures, people and goods for sale. From locally grown pineapple to hand-crafted jewelry and everything in between. How about sipping on the nectar a frozen coconut? At some of these events, you can eat your way through breakfast and lunch. This is one of those true cultural experiences. Read More
  • Ono Farms Delivers on Organic

    Ono Organic Farms tropical preserves and honey jarsThirty-five years ago, Chuck and Lili Boerner left Honolulu for remote Kipahulu on East Maui to start a family-run, organic farm at a time when most farmers were selling their land and moving to town. “It’s actually staggering for us to even comprehend. I hardly remember doing it. You just do it because you love it,” said Lili.
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  • Dining Finds at Outrigger Hotels in Hawaii

    Outrigger Hotels and Resorts in Hawaii are not just tops for comfy accommodations in all the right locations on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii Island.  They're terrific places to dig into something delicious!  Check out these dining finds!

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  • Restaurants with Celebrated Desserts

    The holidays are the time to splurge. On presents. Love. Lights. And food. When it comes to food, we're really talking desserts. Pies. Cookies. Tarts. Cakes. And souffles. Have you ever chosen a restaurant because of its dessert? I mean, sure the entrees are good. The ambiance is good. The service is good. Sometimes even beyond good in all these categories. But the desserts? Pure and utter decadence. Mouth-watering goodness. I'm-gonna-run-five-extra-miles-worth-it-ness. That's what we're talking about here. Listed below are some favorite desserts, as professed by the people who know--a few of Hawaii's food bloggers.


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  • Five Favorite Foods from Hawaii

    mother and daughter enjoy shave ice in hawaiiHawaii's most iconic foods just might be shave ice, kalua pigs, malasadas, poke and--if you're headed to Oahu's North Shore--a plate of shrimp from one of the well-known food trucks that line the side of the road. Watch our "Top 5 Must-Try Foods of Hawaii."

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