January-February 2017

January-February 2017 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Taverna Restaurant Maui

Crab Cannelloni Recipe

Contrasting flavors of creamy cheesiness and bright, fresh tomatoes dazzle your taste buds in this recipe for Taverna’s Maui Crab Cannelloni / Manicotti.
Maui Etiquette Class

Maui’s Mrs. Manners

Among other lessons, etiquette students practice listening without interrupting and the boys learn to help seat the girls before themselves.
maui sea urchins

The Urchin and the Hala Tree

Learn about hala trees (Pandanus tectorius), which are among Hawai‘i’s most recognizable and versatile native plants.
golfboard

On the Upswing

A centuries-old sport gets a technological upgrade.
Hotel Wailea Treehouse

Treetop Dining at Hotel Wailea

The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea takes fine fare to new heights . . . and our dining editor goes ape.
Maui sugarcane plow

The End of Maui Sugarcane

Goodbye Sugar. Hello… What? The Pu‘unēnē Mill has ceased production, along with 36,000 acres of sugarcane farming in Maui’s central valley and along the island’s north shore, ending about two centuries of commercial sugar in Hawai‘i.
Maui Woodys

New Year, New Look

It's a new year and a great time for a new look.
Maui Humane Society Animal Emergency Services

Animal’s Best Friend

Thanks to a new Maui Humane Society initiative, the shelter launched its twenty-four-hour animal emergency response hotline last year. To reach the 24/7 hotline, call 808-877-3680 X211.
beer cocktails

The Great Beer Cocktail

Beer cocktails as luxury drinks? You bet your tankard! The refreshing, ice-cold bubbly from Maui’s craft breweries can stand up to some of the continent’s best craft beers.
Hawaiian Heirloom Bracelets

Links of Gold

“As Hawaiians, our mo‘olelo [stories] are so important,” says Maelia. “With heirloom jewelry, the mo‘olelo live on in each piece.”