Monday, May 16, 2022
As a geriatrician, most of my time is spent attending to folks who suffer from the diseases of old age. Whether it’s heart disease, arthritis, cognitive decline, diabetes or macular degeneration, these are almost always chronic in nature. However, there’s a silver lining to this dreary cloud. Most of...
“In the early eighties,” said Brendan McDonald, our guide to the Hawke's Bay region and a native son of the Napier area, “there were about eight wineries.” The local wine industry was a new phenomenon and McDonald said that most people thought it would be a passing fad. “I remember...
Mama T demonstrates ono Chicken Katsu Finger Strips with Aloha Shoyu's Katsu Sauce.
Hawaii Reporter had the opportunity to interview chef Christina Arokiasamy, author of The Malaysian Kitchen: 150 Recipes for Simple Home Cooking , a new cookbook published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt New York. Arokiasamy provides a tempting selection of Malaysian delights in this collection of recipes  which are influenced by the country’s main...
by Rob Kay If you want to get into an argument, or possibly a fistfight, try taking a pro-GMO stance the next time you get together with friends or family. There seems to be no issue quite as contentious as genetically modified foods, aka GMOs. The conventional wisdom, at least among...
Camp Mokuleia is having a first ever luau fundraiser to bring local children, from Waialua, Waianae, Hau’ula, Waipahu and other areas to the camp. Reverend David Turner, the Executive Director, has been overwhelmed by the task of restoring the camp from damages of the last winter’s monster waves. The Luau...
Opah Crisps Pupu from Hawaii Food Porn's Tahiti Rey.
Did you know that the stacking rules for drinks have changed??    Mia Obciana, who is an attorney that has extensive experience in the restaurant and bar business in Hawaii, provides us an update and provides some thoughts on how to stay out for trouble.  The restaurant and bar business is complicated...
REGISTER NOW for the 4th Annual North Shore Food Summit, which takes place on September 22 at Waimea Valley. Visit northshoreland.org to register and for more information. Also don't forget to SPREAD THE WORD to those who might be interested! The summit will cover the theme of "Community Food, Community...
Researchers have discovered yet another reason to hit the gym. A new study of older adults who were at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease claims that moderate physical activity can prevent shrinkage of the hippocampus, the area of the brain responsible for memory and spatial orientation. It is also the...