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Summer Opportunities for High School Students

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Do you know any high school students who want an opportunity to participate in enrichment programs this summer?  https://edvance.hawaii.hawaii.edu/summer-programs/ Hawaii Community College EDvance program is offering a variety of youth programs. My son participated… Continue reading

Spring 2018 FabFitFun with my Daughter

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I love getting mail.  I have loved getting mail since I was a little girl. I started off with pen pals while I was in elementary school.  Once I was in college I… Continue reading

Only Easy: Prime Rib

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By Misty I. All of the women in this pic have something in common. We have all made this recipe for prime rib. I originally got the recipe from my friend Wendy who… Continue reading

Hilo Robotics Team Going to Kentucky–Donations Requested

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by Christian Wong, Mechaneers Coach The Mechaneers compete in the VEX IQ Robotics leagues. These six Hilo 4th and 5th graders from DeSilva and Waiakeawaena Elementary Schools are in their first year of… Continue reading

Shoyu Chicken Udon

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By Misty I. Can you believe we are ¼ of the way through 2018? This is a picture of us on New Years Eve 2017. Time really does fly. I got this recipe… Continue reading

Only Easy: Post-Merrie Monarch Poi Patties

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By Misty I. Wasn’t Merrie Monarch Week amazing?! Hilo was definitely “lit” last week! Did you get to eat some Hawaiian food? If you have some leftover poi, perhaps you could make this.… Continue reading

Only Easy: Misty’s Portuguese Bean Soup and “Futsedas”

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By: Misty I. I follow two rules for Portuguese Bean Soup. Rule #1: No cabbage Rule #2: No macaroni My Portuguese/Irish grandmother Mary did not use those ingredients in her soup so I… Continue reading

Only Easy: Nori Tsukidani Salmon

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My MIL made a salmon dish the other night that was totally on the “only easy” spectrum. I had never heard of it and was excited to try it. It was oishii! If… Continue reading

Only Easy: Misty’s Kalo Bread Pudding

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by Misty I. The school that I work for is an innovator in education. For the next four years, I will have the privilege of being what they are calling a “Middle School… Continue reading

Jungle to Table

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By Laurie My husband and I love food. So much so that we planned our trip to Italy several years ago solely based on delicacies we wanted to experience in their native location… Continue reading