Martha Cheng

Food and Biting Commentary editor Martha Cheng graduated from Wellesley College with degrees in Computer Science and English. She’s a former line cook, food truck owner, Peace Corps volunteer and Google techie. 

  

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Stories by Martha

Sneak Peek: Livestock Tavern

The owners of Lucky Belly hope to finish demolition and renovation in their space by October.
2014.09.11 02:37 PM

Peter Merriman’s Schwenker

The German swinging grill: like other swinger parties, the more people schwenking, the more fun.
2014.09.10 11:54 AM

109 Chef Recommended Dishes

Forty-seven chefs recommend their favorite dishes at their own restaurants, and what they eat when they’re not working.
2014.09.09 02:29 PM

First Look: Kaimuki Superette and Ed Kenney’s Upcoming New Restaurant

Kaimuki Superette—with its sandwiches and sundries—isn’t the only new project on Kenney’s Kaimuki corner right now.
2014.09.09 10:33 AM

Traditional to Contemporary Moon Cakes at Sing Cheong Yuan Bakery

Mid-Autumn Festival is today, September 8.
2014.09.08 11:50 AM

Hawaii Food and Wine Festival 2014: Highlights from A Lucky Modern Buddha Belly

The Hawaii Food & Wine’s signature event kicked off at the Modern Honolulu.
2014.09.05 08:01 AM

Coming Soon: 6 New Restaurants and Food Concepts in Chinatown’s Encore Saloon Building

Expect a bakery, a coffee and juice bar, a takeaway spot with sandwiches and pizzas, and a small plates concept with a bar.
2014.09.02 04:01 PM

Alan Wong’s 5 Questions for Jason Fox

We asked Alan Wong, who founded the HFWF with Roy Yamaguchi, which chef he would pick to interview, and what five questions he’d ask.
2014.08.28 08:00 AM

7 Hot New Honolulu Brunch Spots to Try Now

Jump on the breakfast wave and try one of Honolulu’s newest brunch options.
2014.08.27 07:30 AM

Noodle Tuesday: Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Little Sheep has the best side of carbs of any other hot pot in town, in particular, the fresh, thick noodles.
2014.08.26 11:28 AM

Toast Bar at Manifest

We’re not talking about the dry bread that scrapes the roof of your mouth. This is a showcase of great bread and ingredients.
2014.08.25 01:17 PM

Local I‘a: Hawaii’s First Community Supported Fishery

By connecting consumers directly with fishermen, Local I‘a hopes to provide transparency in how our seafood is sourced.
2014.08.22 11:12 AM
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