What Hawai'i Likes to Eatby Muriel Miura, Betty Shimabukuro
Here are their answers - a collection of over 130 recipes delivered in a coffee table
The question always comes up - particularly when hosting guests or traveling - what do Hawaii folks like to eat? To answer this question, two of Hawaii's most knowledgeable followers of the local food scene asked fellow chefs, "foodies", and experienced diners for their choices.
Here are their answers - a collection of over 130 recipes delivered in a coffee table format, with photographs of delectable dishes, seasoned chefs, and their hot spot restaurants. The full spectrum of local food preferences is covered: decadent desserts, perfect for that sweet tooth, old favorites from the bygone days of fine-dining and friendly diners, Hawaii regional cuisine, local plate lunches, and ethnic fare. All of the recipes are easy to prepare - some familiar, some new, and all local.
About the Authors
Muriel Miura, a veteran cookbook writer and editor, began her career in 1960 as a home economist for the Gas Co., helping a generation of home cooks through "Wiki-Wiki Kau Kau" classes and the television show Cook Japanese. She worked alongside countless chefs and amassed a recipe file that yielded many treasures for this collection
Betty Shimabukuro is the Star Bulletin's food editor and writer of the weekly column "By Request". For nearly a decade, she has hunted down answers to recipe mysteries, developing a good understanding of island taste buds.
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