If the words “slightly salty” bring to mind terms like brackish, saline and briny, then prepare to log a whole new entry in your mental (and culinary) database.
Did you know that one in five Maui children do not know where their next meal is coming from? This Saturday, Sept. 13, the Blue Hawaii event offers a chance to help.
Veg Out in Haiku is something of a fast food vegetarian restaurant. Location: Obscure strip mall. Ambiance: Utilitarian. Prices: Wallet-friendly. Food: Depends.
Hotel executives say the award will allow them to present a $5,000 scholarship annually to a Maui Culinary Academy student as part of the hotel’s Tylun Pang Aspiring Chef Scholarship.
The Kāʻanapali Kitchen Stadium Under the Maui Moon gala dinner featured chefs from Maui and the US Mainland, who presented a six course meal highlighting Maui-grown products.
This Saturday August 30, the Makena Beach & Golf Resort offers their monthly Food and Wine Education Series Dinner, featuring Chablis, Beaujolais and Bordeaux.
This Friday, August 29, Maui Brewing Company is donating 50% of the profits from all house beers sold from 6 to 10 p.m. to the Monk Seal Foundation.
Kick off the start of the Ka’anapali Fresh and Hawaii Food and Wine Festivals with a special beer dinner featuring Japengo Restaurant and Maui Brewing Co.
Family friendly, easy-on-the-budget dining options on Maui are rare. Penne Pasta Cafe in Lahaina fills that niche, although the food itself often underwhelms.
Next Sunday, August 31 is Ka’anapali Kitchen Stadium: Under a Maui Moon, a Hawaii Food and Wine Festival Gala Dinner featuring local and national celebrity chefs.
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