“I was always told to use the proper tool for the proper job,” said chef Michael Mina, reflecting on the importance of correct knife use in the kitchen. Many chefs, including Mina, have perfected their knife skills to create the best dishes possible. “The saying was always small job, small knife, large job, large knife.” Knives are a very important chef’s tool, and the different types of knives as well as the different cuts are concepts that every chef, even those just starting at home, should understand.Read More
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For this COVID Conversation, Hashi sat down with chef, author and artist, Elizabeth Falkner, to discuss the status of her endeavors and outlook on the road to recovery.Read More
Spending a day near the beautiful Haleakala mountainside or driving past acres of upcountry Maui vegetation is a wonderful and unique way to experience the Hawaiian islands. While in Kula, you can learn about Hawaiian history and land, meet people who help feed our community, and enjoy the view of the island of Maui from 3,200 feet up.Read More
“Don’t be part of a trend—a trend has a beginning and an end,” says Michelle Karr- Ueoka, chef and co-owner of MW Restaurant. She is relaying advice from her mentor, renowned chef Thomas Keller. “Be part of a movement. A movement lasts forever.”Read More
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