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10 Green Dishes to Eat for Earth Day

Hawaiians long ago left us a cheat sheet for sustainable for food production. They had to know such things if they were to feed the great numbers of people in the islands. They used plants like the coconut for food but also fiber, bowls and wood. Ulu (breadfruit) trees were prominent, and their fruit was very versatile. The milky sap in the tree also used as a glue. Breadfruit and coconut tree groves have diminished in the last decade, … [Read More...]

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Maui Time Annual Food Issue 2013

Photo by Sean Michael Hower. Cover Design by Darris Hurst. Maui is a food mecca. Fresh produce, bounty from the sea and land, farmers markets and some of the best restaurants in the world hold fast on our paradise in the Pacific. There is no better way to share our love and passion for food, then sharing what we like to eat, and how we make it. MauiTime asked our island chefs to let us in on the secrets that oil their kitchen machines, and to … [Read More...]

Maui Stone Craft Beverages paves a new beer superhighway to Maui

Have you ever gone to your corner store on a craft beer run, only to find the selection a bit dreary? That's about to change. Maui Brewing Company's Garrett Marrero teamed up with San Diego's Greg Koch of Stone Brewery to create a new distribution infrastructure just for craft enthusiasts. It's called Maui Stone Craft Beverages. Think of it as a craft brew superhighway from the mainland to Maui. Marrero says the beer must be shipped cold, … [Read More...]

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Photo Courtesy of Sean Hower

10 Green Dishes to Eat for Earth Day

Hawaiians long ago left us a cheat sheet for sustainable for food production. They had to know such things if they were to feed the great numbers of people in the islands. They used plants like the coconut for food but also fiber, bowls and wood. Ulu (breadfruit) trees were prominent, and their fruit was […]

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This Sunday, April 20: Easter Brunch at Hali’imaile General Store

Polish off your Easter morning with a delicious brunch at a Gannon’s restaurant. Whether you’re up early on the Southside at Gannon’s or basking in the country of Hali’imaile General Store, Bev Gannon and her team have something yummy for you. Gannon’s in Kihei will feature a Champagne Brunch, complete with Omlette Station, Carving Station, […]

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This Thursday, April 17: Beer School @MauiBrewCo.

Explore the world of lager with Maui Brewing Company this Thursday. Enroll in MauiBrew Co.’s Beer School where tasting beer is a part of the curriculum. Students will be briefed on the history, geographic locations and distinct differences between ales and lagers. Designed to foster a community excited about craft beer, this new series is […]

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This Thursday, April 17: UH Maui College Gala

The Lei’s Family Class Act Restaurant will host the first annual UH Maui Gala this Thursday. UH Maui College’s Culinary and Hospitality programs have collaborated on a colorful menu sampling flavors from Greece, Vietnam and Italy. Guests will be treated to a multicultural experience with variations of traditional favorites from the comfort of their seat. […]

Haiku Ho’olaulea & Flower Festival 2014 Offers A Community Event Like No Other

You might think that a bunch of people living in the Haiku jungle would be more lackadaisical but the reality is that they can mobilize better than any municipal government. A good example is the Haiku Ho’olaulea & Flower Festival, which benefits the Haiku School and turns 21 this Saturday at the Haiku Community Center. […]

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This Monday, April 14: A Taste of Argentina Aboard The Kai Kanani

Sail aboard the Kai Kanani this Monday with award-winning Chef Christopher Kulis of Capische? for a Taste of Argentina. Kick off your shoes and relax aboard the sailboat for an evening of pupu, wine-pairing and live music. Enjoy the Maui sunset from the comfort of the blue Pacific. Guests will depart from the beach fronting the Makena Beach […]

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This Saturday, April 12: Empty Bowl Project at Star Noodle

Empty Bowl Project, Star Noodle and Maui Organization for the Ceramic Arts are reuniting for the third annual Empty Bowl Project. The nationwide effort will take place on Maui on Saturday in hopes of helping to end world hunger. Special chef guests Lyndon Honda, Jojo Vasquez and Anton from Pacific’o will throw pottery on stage. A […]

Dragonfly Chinese on Lower Main Wailuku: New Restaurant Review

Owner Annie Guan Honey walnut shrimp is one of my litmus test dishes when dining at Chinese restaurants. There are so many different ways it’s served, and nearly all of them can be appreciated. I could write an article just on honey walnut shrimp, but instead I’m going to tell you about a fairly new […]

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This Tuesday, April 8: Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry’s

Celebrate Ben & Jerry’s anniversary this Tuesday with Free Cone Day. That’s right, all you have to do is walk into your roll local ice cream joint and enjoy an ice cream cone on the house. Since its inception in 1979, B&J have held true to this tradition. Grab the family and make it a […]

The Grand Tasting and Chef Challenge at Maui County Agricultural Festival

Ready to up your game in the farm to table foodie playoffs this year? This weekend, the Maui Ag Fest is expecting 8,000 people to show up at Maui Tropical Plantation. While those kind of numbers might sound like there won’t be enough room for your tastebuds, don’t be afraid. There’s so much going on […]

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New UHMC Courses Help Farmers Grow Their Businesses

Local farmers interested in expanding their fresh produce into specialty food products will benefit from a new series of Food Industry Fundamentals classes at … [Read More...]

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