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Tag Archive: KTA

KTA Teri Beef turns into Nikujaga

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My daughter had a teri-beef plate soccer fundraiser at KTA Puainako recently. KTA is such an awesome community partner and allows many organizations to work with them. You’ll often see all kinds of… Continue reading

Hilo Siam — What to Eat?

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One Friday, my husband and I were thinking of going to see the movie Dead Don’t Die at the Palace Theater but since the movie start time didn’t work with our schedule, we… Continue reading

Rainy Summer Sunday = Chicken, Seafood, and Vegetable Yosenabe

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I love soups and stews. On this rainy summer Sunday, the day after my husband got back from a trip to Japan, I decided to make a yosenabe hot pot for dinner. Before… Continue reading

Anna Visits Hilo! Paul’s Place and Downtown Farmer’s Market

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My former student Anna was visiting Hilo for a few days and had time to hang out with me. We decided to go to Paul’s Place for breakfast on a Saturday morning. Because… Continue reading

Only in Hilo: KTA’s Mochi Doughnuts

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By Misty I. I’m late to the game again. On the morning of May 25, 2018, there were two very large boxes of tempting goodies from KTA in the office at work. The… Continue reading

Pleasant stop at KTA for Hot Pot Ingredients

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I have a busy afternoon/evening today but still wanted to have a semi-healthy home-cooked meal for dinner.  I decided to make a hot pot dish loosely based on a sukiyaki recipe so that… Continue reading

Only Easy: Edamame Rice

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By Misty I. If you are lucky enough to live in the Aloha State, I’m betting you’ve had edamame rice (aka happy rice) many times. Here in Hilo, it is on a heavy… Continue reading

A Lemon from Grace Helped me Make a Quick Israeli Salad

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My fabulous friend Grace and her family raise/grow a lot of things.  We often get freshly-laid eggs and I sometimes get bittermelon and calamansi in addition to ground beef and kalua pork. They… Continue reading

Parenting and My Lifesavers

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Like most parents in Hilo, my children are involved in a few activities. I love that my children are involved in these activities that help them grow as individuals as well as give… Continue reading

Visiting Hilo? Need Omiyage? KTA is a One-Stop Omiyage Shop!

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Some colleagues of mine visited Hilo recently for a meeting. Before going back to the airport, Scott asked if we could make a stop at KTA so he could buy some omiyage. Boy,… Continue reading