Sometimes fabulous food is found in the most unlikely locations. A falafel cart in the entrance to the Waikiki Trade Center may not be the first place you’d think to go when headed to Waikiki but its home to freshly made kebabs, chicken and lamb sandwiches, hummus, salads and the single best serving of falafel [...]
Beaujolais Nouveau is perhaps the easiest go-to bottle for the holidays, and certainly there are few wines better suited to the fruity, sweet, salty, flavors of a thanksgiving table. But when Master Sommelier Roberto Viernes, Director of Wine Education for Southern Wines and Spirits joined us for [...]
Sometimes it can be refreshing to return to restaurants that have been around a decade or two. They are generally comfortable in their own skin, have lost most of the pretentiousness of youth and seem, to me, to have a strong sense of place.
Duc’s Bistro is one such place. With a beautifully balanced [...]
Nani Steele, author of the gorgeous cookalogue “My Nepenthe’ joined us to chat about life at her family’s famous Big Sur restaurant, Nepenthe.
Her new book, Plum Gorgeous, has just been published and tells the meandering tale of a year spent living in an orchard. Complete with stunning photos and sultry recipes for summer [...]
Dave Flintstone , owner of Hawaiian Vodka is joining on the show Saturday to talk about his entirely made-in-Hawaii vodka. Dave uses sugar cane and distills in small copper stills using pure, filtered Hawaii water.
Join us to hear more – and then find the interview here.
You can find out details of HAwaiian [...]
We’ve been waiting for the new Hawaii food movement. Hungry for the next thing to take us through the inevitable turn towards sustainability, ainaibility, taking care of our own food and the land….and it’s arrived, aptly dressed in the humble trappings of a decades old and almost neglected general store and deli.
When Anne Burrell came to Honolulu, she cooked at Ko’Olina and then took some time to share secrets of her top Food Network shows with Table Talk listeners.
When we asked about how bad some of the contestants on America’s Worst Cook really are, she laughed and told Jo that they are as bad [...]
Kai Vodka, best known for its slightly sweet, mellow, fragrant lychee vodka is about to debut a tropically inspired vodka, and a brand new shochu.
Kai Shochu CEO of Kai chats with Jo about the Kai journey. You can read more about the new flavors at www.kaivodka.com
Any excuse is a good one to head over to Hanks Haute Dogs on Coral Street, but if it’s Friday it means only one thing – long lines and lots of hungry gourmands headed for a lobster dog. Packed into a home made sausage then deep fried and topped with the kind of relish only [...]
When Brasserie Du Vin’s pastry chef, Beth Iwata joined us on the show to talk sweet treats, the phones rang off the hook at the first mention of cheesecake.
And though we’d planned to talk to Beth about all aspects of her training and her areas of particular ease, callers piled on the [...]
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