Food

Food

Columnist Ryan Tatsumoto, October 7, 2016 Issue

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Agedashi XO Turnip Cake Ryan Tatsumoto Hawai‘i Herald Columnist To excite, encourage, raise up and rouse. That is the translation of the name of a new...
Photo of Okinawan Fesitval favorite, Andagi

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There’ll be no shortage of delicious food at the Okinawan Festival, including many dishes that are served in Okinawan home kitchens. Spend a day...
Rafute . . . ready to devour!

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These Hui O Laulima members have worked on various projects together. From left: Gerri Maeda, Thelma Arakawa, Ellen Higa, Barbara Kuba, Wendy Yoshimoto...
Photo outside of storefront with sign, Miyako Sushi in Maui

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Decades-old Maui Sushi Business Still Going Strong Melissa Tanji Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Miyako Sushi owner Michael Kodama looks at a magazine in which he...

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If you’ve ever eaten at Waipouli Deli & Restaurant, consider yourself among Kaua‘i’s foodie elite. The owners don’t advertise much, so finding out about them...

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By Gwen Battad Ishikawa Chef Grant Sato’s passion for Okinawan cuisine is evident in the way he talks about it, cooks it and presents it....

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Food, like music, is one of those universal “languages” that everyone can understand and one that is open to various interpretations. Former Hawai‘i Herald...

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If you’re looking for something natural and non-chemical to clear your sinuses, consider a mustard cabbage tsukemono (pickled vegetable). You’ll find that it is...

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Bessie Noll, a 15-year-old sophomore in Tokyo's American School in Japan, is turning heads as a member of the varsity baseball team. Attention North Platte,...

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Japanese Americans rally against hearings on "Islamic radicalization." A U.S. official allegedly makes a slur against Okinawans. Internment is on the mind of poet Tess Gallagher. If...

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