PREMIERING TONIGHT: “Taste Our Love For Hawaii,
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.

Watch the premiere on KHON2 and KHON2 Live Stream on
Thursday, June 23 at 9:30 P.M.

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Publisher’s Note

Taste Our Love for Hawaiʻi, Episode 2: In and On the Ocean

Taste Our Love for Hawaiʻi, Episode 2: In and On the Ocean

“Taste Our Love for Hawaii” is part of Hashi Media, the digital platform of curated culinary stories that feature the global network of the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. This platform is about bridging food and culture. It has been a passion project of mine; I’ve always been interested in my heritage and cultures from around the world. Food means something to everyone whether they know it or not. It is a way that connects us because it shows up every day and is as a part of our identity.

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