Chef’s Corner

Glossary of Filipino Cooking Techniques

In the Philippine National Language—Tagalog With over 7,100 islands, the style of cooking and the food associated with Filipino Cuisine have evolved over many centuries from their origins: Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Chinese, Spanish, and American influences, in line with the...

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Master P-Noy Chef® Cook Off

Street Foods. Street Food plays a significant role in cultures around the world and lucky for us, Maui Friday Town Parties happen every Aloha Friday! Hosted by the Maui County Office of Economic Development, each 5 Friday night party highlights...

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How it all started, The Filipino Food Movement. The Filipino Food Movement was founded to create broad awareness, appreciation, and enhanced investment in Filipino Culinary Arts. In just a few short years, it has gathered national attention in the press,...

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Restoring a Legacy

I’m excited to be involved in The Field & The Harvest on Saturday, August 19, 6:00 pm at the University of Hawai‘i Maui College, Pā‘ina Food Court and Main Dining Room. The Field & The Harvest is the fundraiser dinner...

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The Business of Eating

Driven by travel and tourism, Hawai‘i’s hospitality industry remains steady and strong. The diverse foods rooted from the plantation era have now become one of the reasons travelers love the Aloha State. Other than the natural beauty of Hawai‘i, the...

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’Tis the Season for Graduation!

Tassels, Oxford Caps, and Diplomas… “As the symbol of your graduation, you may now turn your tassel from right to left,” announces the school official. It signifies a turn of new beginnings with a new perspective in life. It is...

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