Homemade POG at Boba Guys
Did you know there are lots of Hawaii people in San Francisco?…
Helena’s Hawaiian Food is an iconic restaurant, famous for traditional Hawaiian food. Helena’s is loved by locals and visitors. It’s a must-try when in Hawaii!
Welcome to Helena’s Hawaiian Food!…
Spam Musubi is a famous Hawaii snack made from Spam, rice, and nori. It’s portable, affordable, and tasty! It’s the most popular way to eat Spam in Hawaii.
Spam (with Egg, Avocado, and Unagi!) Musubi at Musubi Cafe Iyasume (Oahu)
What’s Hawaii’s favorite snack?…
POG stands for Passion Fruit, Orange, and Guava! It’s a chilled fruit juice that was invented on the island of Maui, and is now popular worldwide.
Aloha Maid POG juice
You’ll recognize POG by that happy orange-pink color….
Costco is a big deal in Hawaii. Everyone loves Costco because they do a great job stocking the local, Hawaii-only eats! Here’s what to get at Costco Hawaii.
The famous macadamia nuts at Costco Hawaii
There’s no place like Costco on a Sunday morning in Hawaii….
Poi is the staple starch of Hawaiian food. Made from the root of the taro (kalo) plant, it’s sticky, sweet, and a bit sour. It’s a Hawaii must-try food.
Fresh bags of poi, still warm!
Purple and sticky. Sweet and Sour. What is this?…
Shave ice is a popular Hawaii dessert made from shaving blocks of ice and topping it with fruit syrups. Here’s how to eat it, make it, and where to get it!
Pineapple shave ice with li hing mui powder at Kaimana Shave Ice (Oahu)
First things first: it’s Shave Ice not Shaved Ice….
Loco Moco is a popular Hawaii dish. It’s made of rice, burger patty, gravy, and fried eggs. More about origins, and where to eat Loco Moco in Hawaii!
Loco Moco at Cafe 100 (Big Island)
We love Loco Moco in Hawaii….