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A Preview of the August Issue


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Dear Friends,

August is one our favorite issues, because we get to hit the streets to research the best dining experiences to in Hawaii. This year’s Restaurant Guide features:

30 Meals Under $30. We don’t mean single dishes; we mean entire meals, with a drink included. These are terrific values at real restaurants.
Poke, Past and Present. We explore the story behind poke, a dish with a uniquely Island pedigree.
Save Room. 13 mouthwatering desserts.
Supporting Characters. Hear about unusual restaurant jobs, including pizza-oven-stoker.
Critter Wines. Humorist Charles Memminger takes a wry look at a bestiary of beverages.

We take you places in our regular August issue as well:

• Did you know there are caves under Moilili? Check out “10 Places You Can’t Go” for sneak-peeks into Oahu’s most locked-down locations.
• Speaking of places that are tough to get to, do some armchair travel to the Northwest Hawaiian Islands via a powerful photo essay by Wayne Levin.
• Go back in time through the history of mele, the chants that accompany hula.
• Ride along with a Hawaiian Humane Society investigator on his daily patrol.

A. Kam Napier
Editor
 

 

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