Hawai'i's Best Local Dishes Cookbook by Jean Watanabe Hee



Food and family in Hawai‘i go hand-in-hand as there is seldom a gathering large or small without an array of favorite recipes being served. Everyone looks forward to ‘ohana get-togethers and reunions where all the favorite dishes from the grandmas, aunties, and cousins are savored and enjoyed. And the grandpas and uncles too.

Hawaii's local cuisine is a smorgasbord of flavors with influences from Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Portuguese, Hawaiian, and a multitude of other international styles of cooking. The author of the best selling cookbooks Hawaii's Best Mochi Recipes and Hawaii's Best Local Desserts now brings more than 140 favorite island recipes to the dinner table from savory Pork Adobo, Oxtail Soup and Honey-Glazed Walnut Shrimp to Lazy Style Laulau, Portuguese Bean Soup and the island-style Loco Moco. These are the recipes passed on from friends, coworkers, and relatives, the local favorites that are found at potlucks and beach barbecues throughout the islands. Many recipes are quick and easy for those who need to whip up a meal in 30 minutes or less after a long day at work.

Pages: 154

Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.8 x 8.8 inches

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