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On Hot Summer Days, Cook Your Fish Without Fire

On Hot Summer Days, Cook Your Fish Without Fire

| July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

As much as a river-cold slice of watermelon is refreshing in the summer, there are sweltering days when you need a cold meal with a little more heft, a little more protein. On those days, there’s raw fish.

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Poke the Ones You Love This Christmas.

Poke the Ones You Love This Christmas.

| December 25, 2009 | 2 Comments

As it turns out, Mele Kalikimaka really is the thing to say on a bright Hawai’ian Christmas Day. So, in honor of all my friends from The Islands Big and not-so-Big, I am saying “Merry Christmas” with a big bowl of poke. Of course, since this is a Holiday piece, I felt it necessary to make this raw tuna dish look as Christmas-y as possible, under the circumstances.

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Squid Jerky at Honolulu’s Side Street Inn

Squid Jerky at Honolulu’s Side Street Inn

| March 8, 2007 | 1 Comment

Our first Hawaiian meal — aside from that pineapple-drenched shave ice we treated ourselves to after hiking to the top of Diamond Head in serious heat — was at the Saveur-recommended Side Street Inn on Hopaka Street in Honolulu. Determined to try as much as we could that was unknown to us, we ordered about […]

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