November 2013

Biting Commentary

Hawaiian Shochu Co.: In Haleiwa, Making Shochu out of Sweet Potatoes

A premium, distilled spirit made with locally-grown sweet potatoes

Wintry and Holiday Drinks in Honolulu

Whether you're going wassailing or not

Where to Eat Out for Christmas in Honolulu

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day brunch and dinner options

Lee Anne Wong to Helm the Upcoming Koko Head Cafe

She's planning an upscale eclectic breakfast menu

Fiji Market and Curry Shop: A Must Stop in Kahuku

New Zealand meat pies and corned beef curry

Agostino's: pizza by a seventh-generation Sicilian in Waikiki

Run out of a wood-burning oven trailer

Thursday Oxtail Soup Specials at The Mermaid Bar and Wailana Coffee House

One's a secret, the other's famous

Buffalo Trace's Master Distiller, Harlen Wheatley, coming to Honolulu

Among the events: Buffalo Trace at Vintage Cave, whiskey dinner at Pint and Jigger

New: OEC Cafe in downtown Honolulu

Two former Morimoto sous chefs open a homey downtown cafe

Hale Aina Happenings: celebrating local food

Kalo-fest at Town restaurant, Merriman's celebrates 25 years

Moffles, maffles and waffles

What happens when mochi meets waffles?

Noodle Tuesday: Eagle Noodle Factory for sale

Supplier to Palace Saimin and Old Saimin House

Ono Yo: a frozen yogurt truck using locally-grown fruit and Greek yogurt

Not your ordinary frozen yogurt

Local vanilla taste test: Hawaii and Maui-grown versus imported

How do locally grown vanilla beans stack up against imported?

Bar report: Tropics Bar and Grill at Hilton Hawaiian Village

How could you pass up the opportunity to drink classic tropical cocktails in the place they were invented?

Hale Aina Happenings: 20 restaurants band together for the Haiyan Relief Effort

Also, a farmers dinner at Cactus featuring Shinsato Farm pork and rabbit

Noodle Tuesday: New Agu Ramen

With all the new ramen shops opening up, how does Agu stand out?

Kokua Market: looking for local? Find it here

Local beef, lamb, goat, pork and much more. New offerings at Kokua.

Just opened: The Pig and the Lady in Chinatown

The popular farmers market vendor and pop-up finds a home.

Remembering Charlie Trotter

Melanie Kosaka, producer of The Kitchen Sessions with Charlie Trotter, reflects on Trotter's influence

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