Ten of 2019's Favorites
- Bananas don't grow on trees. The plant is actually a giant herb.
- In an imaginary dictionary written by Earl Kawa‘a, poverty would mean a lack of values and Hawaiian would mean not just native Hawaiians but anyone born and raised in Hawai‘i.
- Hawai‘i sells. But for his first restaurant in Tokyo, Andrew Le is resisting Hawai‘ification.
- Why McDonald's Hawai‘i has the only fried apple pies in the country. "It's not so simple you can do fried pies again."
- If I had a signature plant, it might be Love Lies Bleeding.
- Says the social worker turned chicken farmer: “Man, I wish being hot right now translated into us making more money.”
- "Fuck, I don't think we made a difference." - Ed Kenney
- Kunoa’s cattle are really a means to an end, like Sun Yet-sen's brother's more than a century ago.
- "Wherever you live is your country, but never forget where you’re born." Restaurants by the Islamic community in O‘ahu, serving Uzbek to Italian cuisines.
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