November-December 2006

November-December 2006 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

girls gone wild

Girls Gone Wild

A “girl gang” takes on the Kaupo Gap challenge
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When Hearth is Home

Food, family, and friends form the heart of this small Huelo home.
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Catering to Your Every Whim

Maui’s professional caterers dish up delights just for you.

Recipes to Try at Home

Exclusive recipes from professional Maui caterers, Chef Ralph Giles and Chef Tracy Edelhertz.

Bottoms Up!

Sandwich Islands Distilling Corporation will produce ‘okolehao, the legendary Hawaiian ti liquor.
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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...
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Tangled Net

Learn the rules behind the proposed ban.
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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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From the Publisher

A hui hou and happy holidays to all.


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.

Side Dish: Dim Sum

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