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Episode 3: Aqua + Culture”

EPISODE 3: Aqua + Culture follows chefs Niki Nakayama and Carole Iida-Nakayama of n/naka in Los Angeles, and chef Mark Pomaski of Moon & Turtle in Hilo, HI, on an exploration of Hawaii’s past and present through its 800-year history of aquaculture.

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Celebrating Resilience

Celebrating Resilience

The 2022 Festival theme, Celebrating Resilience, is about our collective ability, as a community and as a human race, to recover from the challenges and devastation left behind by COVID-19. Food and wine lives at the heart of every city, town and village across the world, and it is our industry professionals that keep this heart beating through extraordinary circumstances.

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Behind the Menu: Tane Vegan Izakaya

Behind the Menu: Tane Vegan Izakaya

Tane Vegan Izakaya located on Beretania Street in Honolulu, offers an out-of-this-world selection of entirely plant-based sushi items and other Japanese dishes for diners keeping a fish-free diet or daring to try a creative take on this traditional cuisine.

A New Era at Kaimana Beach

A New Era at Kaimana Beach

Situated directly on the sands of Kaimana Beach, which means “diamond” in Hawaiian, the 122-room hotel has been an integral part of the fabric of the Waikiki for more than five decades. At the intersection of Diamond Head and the sands of the Pacific Ocean, Kaimana Beach — originally named Sans Souci (“without cares”) — is a destination for locals and visitors.

COVID Conversations: Peter Cho

COVID Conversations: Peter Cho

For this COVID Conversation, Hashi sat down with chef and restaurateur, Peter Cho, to discuss the status of his restaurants (one opened during the pandemic!) and outlook on the road to recovery.

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