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The Quest to Find the Perfect Local Cocktail in Maui

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When you think of tropical paradise, piña coladas or mai tais with dainty umbrellas, enjoyed exclusively on a towel in the sand overlooking the waves, naturally come to mind.

The problem is that I’m not one to just lie in the sand, and I’m not a fan of sugary cocktails.

After I took Virgin America’s inaugural flight on its new San Francisco-to-Maui route, I went on a search for beach and mai tai alternatives. It didn’t take long to discover that there’s a lengthy menu of beverages indigenous to Maui.

I set out to sample all the spirits made in Maui. Along the way I was met with a few surprises, like the nonalcoholic elixirs noni and kombucha, and a few interesting characters just filled with true Maui pride.

My liquid diet began the moment the Virgin America flight took off and we were served POG mimosas, a signature cocktail created especially for the route — a mix of Maui’s popular POG (passion fruit, orange and guava fruit juices) and champagne.

When I walked into my room at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, I was greeted by printed instructions and portioned ingredients to make the hotel’s Flight 39 cocktail, created in honor of Virgin America’s move to Maui.

While unwinding from a day of travel with the concoction — made from 1 oz. Ocean vodka (made in Maui), 1 oz. cranberry juice, 2 oz. pineapple juice, a lime wedge, and a maraschino cherry — I crafted a drinking itinerary that included a vineyard, a brewery, a farm, a distillery and more.

Coconut Caboose

You’ll need to properly hydrate before embarking on an islandwide spirits crawl. Stumbling upon this slice of heaven in a truck was one of the happiest accidents of our trip. Coconut Caboose is a food truck just off the road (there’s only one main road) in Lahaina right next to one of the scenic overlooks.

They sell coconuts that fell or were cut from the tree that morning and stick a straw in it so you can drink the all-natural coconut water. When you’ve finished it, they take a machete and chop the coconut in half so you can eat all the nutritious jellylike meat inside. We also indulged in the coconut cream ice cream, a small delight made from two mashed-up coconuts and cream.

Maui Wine

The only way to get to Maui Wine is via Highway 37 through Upcountry. It’s a magnificent drive to a magical place, a vineyard and a winery a mile apart with majestic views in between. The winery, now called Ulupalakua Ranch, has a rich history, and at its center is a building coined King’s Cottage, since it was once a mountain retreat for King Kalākaua, the last reigning king of Hawaii!

The newest addition to the property is a private tasting room in what was once a jail when the property functioned as a plantation in the 1800s. Maui Wine’s director of sales and marketing, Joe Hegele, gave us a spirited tasting of a selection of Maui Wines with a well-versed explanation before each glass.

Given Maui’s climate, it’s curious so many varieties of grapes, from syrah to chenin-viognier, would flourish here, but trial, error and experimentation have yielded results exceeding expectations. These varieties are in addition to Maui Wine’s sparkling rosé, Lokelani, which delights the senses in every way, and the sparkling pineapple wine they’ve become famous for producing and exporting to the mainland.

Maui Gold pineapples are crushed on site to produce thousands of gallons of juice for the wines each month. In addition to being used in their own pineapple wines, the juice is shared with Maui Brewing Company for their Mana Wheat Ale and the Haliimaile Distillery for their Pau Maui vodka.

Whether you’re an oenophile or simply want to explore the hidden gems of the region, the Maui Wine tour is an unforgettable destination that will remain permanently seared in your brain. And Joe’s hospitality is infectious and invigorating.

Haliimaile Distillery

If we started to get sleepy in the backseat of the car after sampling so many sensational wines, we were given an instant jolt of energy by just meeting Haliimaile’s master distiller, Mark Nigbur. Mark looks like a cross between Rod Stewart and Sammy Hagar turned permanent surfer dude, though he swears his shock of blond locks is inspired by Richard Branson.

He’s responsible for the creative spirits made here, and his passion and enthusiasm made me fancy him a delightful mad scientist. He loves creating extraordinary blends and prides himself on using Maui-made ingredients.

We had the privilege of a personal tour of the facility where we were inundated with alcohol-making stats and facts.

Haliimaile Distillery is best known for its Pau vodka, made from a blend of Maui pineapples and Maui water. They also make a Pau oaked vodka, aged in oak barrels like a whiskey, and a Pau vodka infused with cognac!

The distillery is also home to Sammy Hagar’s Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum. Originally created just for Sammy’s restaurants, the rum is a collaboration between Sammy and Mark. To create it, Maui-grown sugarcane is run through a custom still Mark created that caramelizes the sugar, giving the rum a crème brûlée essence with a hint of vanilla. According to Mark, Sammy regularly visits the facility, where barrels of his rum collect fan signatures as they age.

Another star at Haliimaile is the Paniolo whiskeys. They take straight bourbon from Kentucky, but then mix it with their own signature pineapple distillate to make it Maui’s own. It comes in three unique flavors: brown sugar (which tastes like drinking spiked French toast!), chocolate coconut, and coffee.

Last but not least, Haliimaile makes a line of flavored vodkas called Maui Moon that includes the island’s favorite POG flavor, chocolate macadamia nut, and hibiscus.

Mama’s Fish House

We couldn’t miss a chance to stop by Maui’s famous Mama’s Fish House restaurant, where the food is so fresh the daily menu has the name of the fisherman who made the catch — that morning!

While we took a break from imbibing in cocktails, the liquid pairing with our fish was a complementary cup of coconut butternut squash soup that was so flavorful it danced in your mouth.

Ocean Organic Vodka

Ocean vodka is readily recognizable by its spherical bottle. It’s shipped to 36 states on the mainland, but the magic happens at Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery, a family-owned operation where we walked through fields of sugarcane, the main ingredient in the organic vodka.

Maui Kombucha

Kombucha is my biggest weakness, and after sampling the three kinds of kombucha that are made here each day, I may be ruined from bottle brews. In addition to the daily handcrafted kombucha, Maui Kombucha has an assortment of healthy, natural Maui-sourced elixirs like noni. Noni grows on trees in Maui and is said to be a miracle herbal remedy for everything from immunity to digestion to a cough or a headache. I could hardly get past the pungent smell and nearly gagged at a small sip of the “magic herbal remedy,” but somehow my travel companion drank it down without as much as a flinch. If you can stomach it, they say, it’s good for you.

Ko at the Fairmont Kea Lani

Ko boasts inventive “garden to glass” cocktails made with herbs and spices grown in an organic garden on the property! I sampled the Honey Basil Fresh with gin, hand-pressed basil, clover honey syrup, and fresh lime juice and loved it despite my general dislike for gin. Next up I sampled the Home Grown, vodka mixed with lavender from Maui, strawberry pepper jam-infused syrup, and lemonade, which packed quite the unexpected punch — in a good way.

Maui Brewery

Our last day in Maui, we indulged in a buffet breakfast at the Fairmont for some sustenance before taking a short Uber ride to Maui Brewery. I’m personally not much of a beer drinker, but I quickly learned you don’t need to be to find a craft beer here that you’ll love.

Garrett Marrero owns the facility, and during our tour he promised us that his beer “isn’t just yellow fizzy stuff to wash down pizza and pretzels.”

During a flight tasting, we began with their most popular export and local brew, the Bikini Blonde. A gold-colored lager, it was light and easy to drink. We soon entered more adventurous territory with the Mana Wheat made with Maui Gold pineapples (juiced at Maui Wine!). It was refreshing, and the hint of pineapple dances on the palette.

Another favorite was Doppelshot Doublebock, a beer made from Maui coffee, which Garrett said is 10 times as expensive to use as a generic coffee but worth it. One can of the java beer has the equivalent of more than half a cup of coffee!

As our multiday drinking tour came to an end, I left with a new appreciation for all of Maui’s natural wonders and truly felt the spirit of Maui through its indigenous spirits. Mahalo.

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This article was originally published by Jen Birn on January 9th, 2016


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


Hawaiian recipes to enjoy a taste of Hawaii while staying at home

While we can’t truly travel to Hawaii right now, we can let our tastebuds take us there on a virtual trip. We’ve rounded up some great, simple recipes to get a taste of Hawaii, but from home. It’s the next best thing to being there.

Since we don’t have the luxury of shopping around for ingredients at the moment, we tried to focus on recipes that have relatively simple ingredients that may already be in your pantry or to easy find and/or order online.

[Note that these recipes use imperial measurements. These charts can help you easily convert to the metric equivalents.]

Breakfast

Hawaiian Style Pancakes

We aim to find fluffy pancakes with coconut syrup every time we’re in Hawaii. This indulgence is one of our favorite ways to start the day. So, we thought this list must start with a pancake recipe that has macadamia nuts and a coconut whipped cream. We chose this Hawaiian Style Pancake recipe because the contributor appears to have created a copycat recipe of Maui’s famous Gazebo Restaurant pancakes — the pancakes that have people lining up every morning. Add some homemade coconut syrup or buy this pre-made coconut syrup that’s made in Kauai.

Pancakes from Gazebo Restaurant in Maui

For an easy version of Hawaiian style pancakes, Amazon has a neat Hawaiian pancake gift package with six different flavored-pancake mixes and a bottle of coconut syrup. It’s pricy, but convenient.

The Loco Moco is arguably Hawaii’s most popular breakfast dish. Actually, it’s not just for breakfast as we’ve had it for lunch and dinner, too. It has a rice base that’s topped with a hamburger patty, gravy and a fried egg. It’s easy enough to prepare without a recipe, but if you need one, this one looks tasty. The secret to a good loco moco is in the gravy.

Loco Moco from Cafe 100 in Hilo

Lunch and/or Dinner

Even though we can’t exactly replicate making delicious kalua pork cooked in an imu oven, we can still try to reproduce the flavor with liquid smoke flavoring. This kalua pork recipe has a five-star rating with nearly 1,400 reviews. It’s super easy to make in a slow cooker.

You can eat kalua pork on its own, in Hawaiian rolls or perhaps top it with a guava barbecue sauce.

Luau plate from Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu. Includes kalua pork (top right) and macaroni salad (bottom right), taro roll, poi and more.

Macaroni Salad

Go to any plate lunch restaurant in Hawaii and you’ll find macaroni salad. Here’s a yummy looking recipe to try to replicate this popular side dish.

Cocktails

The Mai Tai is Hawaii’s most famous cocktail. It seems that many bars put their own spin on it by varying the ingredients. We were very careful to find recipes from top Hawaii sources, because just any old recipe will not do. It’s got to be from Hawaii. Some popular Oahu hotels have kindly shared their recipes.

Here’s a video recipe of the Royal Hawaiian Mai Tai:

The following video shows the Duke’s Waikiki version of a Mai Tai.

The following recipes are in print form:

The Lava Flow is another cocktail that’s special in Hawaii. It’s basically a pina colada with a strawberry sauce. Like the Mai Tai, there are many variations of the Lava Flow. Here’s a recipe that uses ingredients that are relatively easy to find.

Cocktails in Waikiki

Dessert

You can recreate a sweet and refreshing Dole Whip at home with this recipe that only has four simple ingredients and uses a blender.

You can purchase Dole’s a pre-made mix. The package makes 89 servings though. From reading reviews, it appears that you can portion it out for smaller batches. You’ll need an ice cream maker, too.

Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie

If you’ve ever tried a slice of Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie from Ted’s Bakery, you know how delicious this blend of chocolate and coconut is. Oh so yummy! I searched for a recipe to duplicate it and this one seems to be really close.


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