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Family Friendly in Hawaii

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Family friendly in Hawaii

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Farmers market in Hawaii

Farmers market in Hawaii

Farmers markets in Hawaii are very popular and fun venues to explore on the islands with different stalls offering fresh produce, snacks and specialty foods including take away foods for you to enjoy on your own or eat on site. Check out what to try at a local farmers...

Mango season in Hawaii

Mango season in Hawaii

Mango season in Hawaii is everyone's favorite fruit to enjoy when it is finally in season on the islands. Kamaaina or locals anxiously look for them at their favorite farmers market, grocery store or even at a roadside stands selling fresh fruit. When mangoes are in...

Learn some Hawaii slang or Pidgin

Learn some Hawaii slang or Pidgin

Hawaiian slang or pidgin are typically how locals here chit chat and talk story around the islands. These expressions are typically condense words or sayings that the same anywhere on the islands - the shorter, mo, bettah. Let’s learn some Hawaii slang or pidgin and...

Hawaii love for Spam and  recipes

Hawaii love for Spam and recipes

Why does Hawaii love spam so much you wonder? It really is local comfort food that you’ll always find at a down home meal, potluck or some party in Hawaii. Spam introduced during the military timeframe with American bases stockpiling Spam and creating a ready to eat...

Hawaiian style banana bread

Hawaiian style banana bread

Yeah we all love to eat banana bread here on the islands and even better if you put a cool tropical spin with it. First we have so many amazing bananas to choose from in Hawaii to make our banana bread and not just stick to the basic Cavendish, ice cream and so many...

Hawaii comfort food

Hawaii comfort food

What is Hawaii comfort food you may ask? It really spans the many different cultures of people from around the world during early Hawaiian plantation days , moving to Hawaii for a better life while working the pineapple and sugarcane fields. Along with Hawaiian...

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