Today is National Noodle Day, and Marugame Udon, based out of Tokyo, with a location in Honolulu, is offering customers to bring in their receipts for a free Kake Udon with a purchase during a future visit from Oct. 7-21. Marugame Udon also has locations in California and Texas.
Opening this Saturday, Jan. 30, is WSW Steakhouse in the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel.
Beans are a great option for a vegetable during any meal. They are easy to grow and here in Hawaii, we can grow them year round. If you do not have space for stakes, bush beans produce enough for a few meals.
Lundberg Family Farms, the leading California-based organic rice brand, has released its top 10 predictions for food in 2021.
New Year’s resolutions are difficult, as we often say we will do it but by the end of January we have not fulfilled it and will probably forget about it. We need to make realistic ones that fit into our lifestyle and will not set us up for failure.
It is time to bake some goodies to leave for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
What a better way to support our local businesses than to buy the wonderful teas grown right here on the Big Island.
Margaret Shiba, like many others, is working from home during this pandemic. She started to sort through old boxes of files, some with recipes her mother wrote by hand as a young bride. She also found little publications, printed between the 1930s and 1950s, “all sponsored by big food corporations for the benefit of housewives around the time of the war. Such period pieces!”
I received an email from Danielle, a registered dietitian who works on behalf of Ajinomoto, the leading manufacturer of monosodium glutamate (MSG).
Monosodium glutamate (MSG) was discovered by Kikunae Ikeda, a Japanese chemist, in 1907 by extracting it from seaweed and calling it “ajinomoto,” which means “tasty base.” The flavors of the food with MSG explode on your tongue to make dishes taste even better.