May-June 2018

May-June 2018 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

kula country farms

Get Your Fill: Maui Food Tour + VIDEO

Follow your local guide and make the most of Maui on this 'foodie tour.'
next generation maui chefs

Next Generation Chefs

We what inspires these Maui chefs?
Kula home

Living History

A lovingly restored Upcountry home stands the test of time.
great finds

Treats Made on Maui

Why would man live by bread alone, when Maui has such tempting homegrown fare?

Winning Dishes

They’re the orders that come through the kitchen so often, the line cooks can prepare them blindfolded or sleepwalking. Chefs may curse the repetition, but what can they do when guests threaten never to return if those dishes disappear from the menu?
holei flower

The Once and Future Lei Flower

Few people know that plumeria has a true Hawaiian cousin: hōlei. This rare tree species is endemic to the dry forests of East Maui.
excellence in sustainability

Excellence in Sustainability 2018

Andaz lends bicycles to guests free of charge, and has placed EV stations on the property, with free charging for employees.
maui farms

The Few. The Small. The Delicious.

How will Maui’s landscape change, now that Big Ag is gone? The answer may lie with new “boutique” farms that offer the promise of diversity.
Teens can Cook

Teens Cook with Heart + RECIPE & VIDEO

Get a delicious recipe for Whole Wheat Pancakes from the American Heart Association’s Teens Cook with Heart competition.
mixology

Masters of Mixology

Get 23 cocktail recipes in our latest edition of Maui Mixology!

Into the Wind

Congratulations to all our winners, and to everyone who paddles into the wind, every day.
Mokio Preserve Maui

Mokio Preserve

Mokio Preserve is an adventure in itself.
Jennifer Nguyen

Friend of Agriculture 2018

Vietnamese culture emphasizes vegetables; Jennifer’s menu prepares them in delicious and enticing ways, helping people to see vegetables as proper dishes, not as an afterthought.

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