Postponed by the weather brought by Iselle and Julio, the rescheduled Maui Calls – the MACC’s annual gala fundraiser event – is now this Saturday, Sept. 27.
Authentic Texas-style barbecue is not something you’d expect to find on the shores of Maui, but at the Iron Imu BBQ Company, you can expect to find the unexpected.
Alan Wong’s Amasia in the Grand Wailea Resort opened in June 2012. Now it’s been announced that the doors will close permanently in early November.
Next Saturday, September 27, Kokua for Kupuna – Hale Makua Health Services’ signature fundraiser – is being held at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa in Ka’anapali.
Makena Beach and Golf Resort’s monthly Food and Wine Education series continues this Saturday, Sept. 20 with an ‘Italian Experience.’
Join Kupu Maui this Saturday, Sept. 20, for a “decadent look at a little cacao farm in Haiku” and a similarly chocolately dinner. Kupu Maui is keeping the chefs for the evening a mystery until the meal itself.
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.
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