이번 에피소는에서 오빠와 철수는 “할레-아이나”라는 하와이언 식당을 찾아가 보았습니다. 켈리포니아는 하와이 다음으로 하와이언들이 가장 많이 살고있습니다. 그래서 로스 앤젤레스에는 최고의 하와이언 음식들이 많이 있습니다. “할레-아이나”에서는 몇대에 걸처서 특별한 조리법을 전수하고 있고 하와이에서 직접 신선한 재료를 수입하는 로스 앤젤레스에 있는 몇 곳 중 하나입니다. 알로하!
On this episode Oppa and 철수 try Hawaiian food at Island Eats Hale ‘Aina. California has the largest population of Hawaiians outside of Hawaii. That’s why Los Angeles has some of the best Hawaiian food. Island Eats Hale ‘Aina uses recipes passed down from generations and is one of the few places in Los Angeles that imports fresh ingredients directly from Hawaii. Aloha!
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The top 8 best places to eat in Maui that are tasty and easy on your wallet! Featuring some of the best and cheap Poke, Fish Tacos, Burgers, Shave Ice, Plate Lunches, and Noodles.
Table of contents:
00:21 Eskimo Candy
00:59 Paia Fish Market
01:34 Hapa Shack Shave Ice & Espresso
03:21 Da Kitchen
04:12 Coconut’s Fish Cafe
05:25 Star Noodle
06:12 Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice
07:06 Teddy’s Bigger Burgers
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Maui has so much amazing food, it is hard to narrow down my favorite bites! We spent 10 days on this tropical island paradise and we ate & drank our way around Wailea, Kaanapali, Napili, Paia, Lahaina and Hana. Here I am sharing my favorite restaurants, snacks, dishes, cocktails–from breakfast to lunch to dinner.
Some of the places I highlight: Aloha Mixed Plate, Ka’ana Kitchen in Andaz Maui, Sea House Restaurant at Napili Kai, Coconut Glen’s, Flatbread Company, Thai Food by Pranee, Mama’s Fish House, Luana & Ko at the Fairmont Kea Lani, Down the Hatch & Ferraro’s at Four Seasons Maui
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Our new series Just Lei’d HAWAII documents our 2 week stay on Oahu and Maui. On day 1 we take you hiking with us to Diamond Head, check out Kahanamoku beach and eat! Eat! EAT!!!
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Mama’s House Fish House in Paia section of Maui, Hawaii was recommended by our driver, helicopter pilot and to my sister/friend when she went waterfall climbing! The couple she met on adventure made sure we make it to restaurant, by making reservations to celebrate her 50th Birthday!
ENJOY the scenery, food and MANY desserts we had the opportunity to eat. The waiter was EXTREMELY knowledgeable of the menu they print out daily, since they catch fresh fish each morning. The service from the valet to the restroom was top notch!
I’m just getting back from exploring Maui! There is so much I could say about Maui.
Hawaii is a culture that is filled with fascinating customs, music, traditions and values.
Speaking about values, Aloha not only means hello, goodbye and love, it also means sympathy, kindness, compassion, affection.
So you see, this word is more than a greeting or expression, it is the basis of what Hawaiians consider to be one of the culture’s core values.
Overall, the Hawaiian culture is sooo rich, the people are respectful of the land and each other, including you and me. Maui is truly an unique and a special place.
And yes, I recommend you travel Maui, Hawaii. Add it to your vision board like it did or your list to “Go to places” and know there is more than the sunsets, sunshine, beaches and sand to see.
Hopefully I was able to capture these and much more for you in the many pictures and short videos taken.
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Here is something different from the norm on my channel. Today I will be showing you guys my recipe for Salmon Poke. This is a simple recipe and you too can make poke easy and fast at home.
Prep Time: ~10-15minutes
You can eat this after you mix all ingredients together or let it set in the fridge to marinate for a couple hours for a richer flavor.
Sorry I didn’t have any ogo seaweed on hand for this video.
I don’t like to add salt in this recipe because it already gets a salty flavor from the soy sauce.
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1-2 small taro (roughly 1/2kg)
1. Cube and steam/boil taro until tender
2. Mash with mortar & pestal or in a bowl with a potato masher. Alternatively, you can use food processor
3. Slowly add in water depending on desired consistency (see note)
4. Pinch of salt to season
5. Enjoy fresh, or cover mixture with a thin layer of water to keep from drying and place a cloth over the bowl to ferment overnight – 2 days (depending on desired flavour)
*note: desired thickeness based on preference. “Two finger poi” – add less water for thicker consistency; easily scooped with two fingers
“Three finger poi” – add more water for thinner consistency; easily scooped with three fingers
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These three great plates were made by Chef Kenny at the Ritz Carlton – Kapalua! Thanks so much for the amazing food adventure and for sharing a taste of your home cookin’ with all of us!
Featured foods: Ahi Poke, Hawaiian Shaved Ice, and something that I forgot what it’s called but I think they will tell me soon! The best part was tasting the freshly blanched fern! A FERN, PEOPLE.
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