November-December 2007

November-December 2007 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Anna Palomino

An Expert in Her Field

At Anna Palomino's Ho‘olawa Farm, spiritual rediscovery is rooted in practical knowledge.
lessons from the past

Lessons from the Past

What can the ancient Hawaiians teach us about preserving today's resources for tomorrow?
holiday recipe

A Toast to Your Health This Holiday Season

Free-range advice for skipping the sugarplums

To Catch the Wind

A hand on the helm and your eye on the horizon: Maui sailors extol the cruising life.
holiday wrap-up

HOLIDAY WRAP-UP: More For You

Like our island gifts? Before buying and wrapping those goods this season, check out our web-exclusive items. We think you'll like them.
charred ahi filet

Top Ten Tips from Ivan Pahk

Our 2007 ‘Aipono Chef of the Year shares the secrets to his success--and yours.
Oroshigane

Oroshigane, the Japanese copper grater

This local chef uses oroshigane, a Japanese copper grater, to grate fresh Big Island wasabi root for sashimi.
poinsettia

Seasonal Reds

Bright red poinsettias are a familiar sight in the Hawaiian Islands during the holidays.
publisher's note

Publisher’s Note

It started with a phone call four months ago. “When is your dad’s birthday?” asked Kimokeo. “Tell him I’m going to give him a lu‘au, so he has to visit us.”
maui home

Rock the Halls

This Kula home is a showcase of marble and stone–and rocks for holiday parties.
santa claus

Pau Hana

A Hopeless Santa Claus...
pineapple

Eat Here Now

On an island where 90 percent of our food is imported, sustainability starts with eating locally.