Cooking Hawaiian Style

On today’s podcast we talk Cooking Hawaiian Style. And what does that have to do with traveling to Hawaii? It’s a great way to prepare for your vacation by learning the recipes, origins of our food and what to be sure to eat then you’re here.

When you’re on vacation here you’ll be sampling our foods and may want to learn how to make them on your own. Lanai Tabura is synonymous with Cooking Hawaiian Style, as his hit TV show of the same name airs in 250 cities all over the globe! He shares the importance of connecting with the culture in Hawaii through food. He hits on some of the most popular foods and recipes, including loco moco, Poke, Shave Ice, Malasadas and Manapua.

There are all kinds of techniques and ingredients to choose from when you’re Cooking Hawaii Style. In addition to traditional Hawaiian foods like poi or kalua pig, to cook Hawaiian style is to use flavors and ingredients from all over the world, especially Asian cuisine like Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and Korean. Lanai has traveled all over the world to learn about food culture. As the author of beloved cookbooks, no one knows more about what makes Cooking Hawaiian Style so special.

Join us as we talk about all of the things that go into Cooking Hawaiian Style. We’ll help you learn about the various local preparations you may want to try during your vacation, or to prepare a local favorite when you get home from a Hawaii vacation. We’ll give you tips, and maybe an old family recipe or two.

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