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Recipe – Butterscotch Brownies

Part of “the new normal” due to COVID-19 is ordering take-out or cooking at home. While there still are no events to report on our usual Bulletin Board, we continue to share recipes from...
Book cover, titled 'Favorite Island Cookery Book II'

Recipe – Tuna Crunch Casserole

From: “Favorite Island Cookery” (Book 2) Part of “the new normal” due to COVID-19 is ordering take-out or cooking at home. While there still are no events to report on our usual Bulletin Board, we...
Mega garlic noodles from Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ at Windward Mall. (Photos by Ryan Tatsumoto)

Ryan’s Table – Still Stayin at Home

Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist We are now in the second month of the government’s mandated “stay-at-home, work-at-home” order and that 30th bowl of Sapporo Ichiban and fried Spam just aren’t cutting it anymore. So, I have been expanding my list of restaurants that offer take-out options. Over the past month, we have been doing....
Book cover, titled 'Favorite Island Cookery Book II'

Recipe Board – Notice

This is the third Hawai‘i Herald issue that features recipes rather than upcoming events. Why? Because with “stay home” the name of the game to fight COVID-19, there isn’t much of anything going on....
Book cover, titled 'Favorite Island Cookery Book II'

Lihue Baked Beans

From: “Favorite Island Cookery” (Book 2) Bake: 350 degrees Time: 30 min. Yield: 6-8 servings Ingredients 4 strips bacon, chopped 1 medium onion, chopped 1 can (1 lb.) pork and beans 1 can (1 lb.) kidney beans, drained 1 can (1 lb.) lima...
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Sekihan (No. 1)

From: “Favorite Island Cookery” (Book 1) 1 cup azuki beans 2 cups water 4 cups mochi rice 1 cup regular rice 4 cups azuki water — if not enough, add water to make 4 cups 2 tsp. salt ¼ tsp. red...
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Community Focus – Hawaii Foodbank’s COVID-19 Response

As the COVID-19 situation intensifies, Hawaii Foodbank is facing an unprecedented challenge of providing food for people affected by the pandemic while continuing to meet the nutritional needs of one in eight Hawai‘i residents already struggling with food insecurity. The current pandemic has closed schools and community centers, creating a gap in meals for countless....
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Community Kokua – CPB Foundation Donates Over $300,000 to #KeepHawaiiCooking

In less than a week, local families joined with Central Pacific Bank and Central Pacific Bank Foundation’s #KeepHawaiiCooking initiative to achieve a goal of 10,000 meals shared with the community, by splitting the bill and covering 50 percent of the tab for food ordered from favorite local restaurants. The program, which launched on March 27,....
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Business – COVID-19, A Restaurant Owner’s Perspective

How Can the Hardest Hit Local Businesses Survive? Chef Alan Wong Commentary, Special to The Hawai‘i Herald This is a chaotic, stressful, fearful and uncertain time for everyone. We are in uncharted waters. There is so much information available today, it is mind-boggling. And so, instead of talking about what you may have already heard,....

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