September-October 2006

September-October 2006 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Save the Shaka

Beyond the “shaka,” that friendly thumb-and-pinkie hand waggle that says “hello” in a uniquely local fashio, is an intangible spirit defines these islands.
cooking class

An Appetite for Class

Study up with Gourmet Gurus.

The Noble Salvage

How the Habitat for Humanity ReStore is helping us reevaluate what we throw away
harvesting pineapple historical photo

Centennial Celebration

Filipinos mark 100 years of history on Maui.
Kinaole Maui Food Truck

Side Dish: Carb Rampage

On a carb rampage at some of Maui's hottest new restaurants.
Haiku kitchen

Where the Water Falls

Life by a Maliko Gulch waterfall is anything but ordinary.

The Rebirth of Makahiki

Maui and her sister islands are reviving one of the most important spiritual times of ancient Hawai‘i: Makahiki.
kitchen illustration

A Taste of Reality

On Sunday morning last, I woke to find a breakfast tray on my bedside table with Giles nowhere in sight. It was most peculiar...
publisher's note

Publisher’s Note

Eat, drink, celebrate, and be good to each other.