November-December 2006

November-December 2006 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

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From the Publisher

A hui hou and happy holidays to all.
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Persimmons

Known in Hawaii as kaki, persimmons were cultivated by Maui’s early Japanese farmers and continue to be harvested at a handful of family farms.
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Oh, Christmas Tree!

Warren McCord and his wife, Helen, plant about 2,000 Monterey pines at their Kula Botanical Gardens to supply maui with Christmas trees every year.
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Girls Gone Wild

A “girl gang” takes on the Kaupo Gap challenge

Visionary

Lori Sablas sees the future in the lessons of Maui's cultural past

Side Dish: Dim Sum

Gossip Gourmet investigates holiday buffets on Maui and mourns the lack of Far Eastern cuisine.
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When Hearth is Home

Food, family, and friends form the heart of this small Huelo home.
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Branding the Bean

A buzz in the fields: coffee is ripe to become Maui’s next major specialty crop.
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Art for Arf’s Sake

Maui artist Ivan Clarke creates anthropomorphic portraits of man's best friend.
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Talk Story

Here Today, Gone to Marrow When Azeka’s Ribs and Snack Shop closed its doors on August 11, residents and visitors alike mourned the loss of...