What Maui Likes to Eat Signed Cookbook

Chef Tylun Pang signed and co-authored this What Maui Likes to Eat cookbook. The book features both recipes from Pang and dishes from popular Maui chefs and restaurants – 140 recipes in all. 


Format: Hardcover internal spiral bound, 238 pages. 

Copyright: 2011 

Publisher: Mutual Publishing LLC 

Author: Gail Ainsworth and Tylun Pang 

ISBN: 9781566479363

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Description: The question is always asked when hosting guests or traveling -- What do Maui folks like to eat? And here's the answer -- over one hundred and forty of them! Each exciting, scrumptious, appetizing, and all Maui! 

Mauians love food! What we eat reflects our island's Polynesian roots and plantation heritage. We cook with Maui grown produce, island range beef and fish caught in our waters. We love our local-kine grindz not just the comfort food but the dishes we crave for and must eat or else. We love our ethnic fare, our family favorites handed down through the generations, paniolo food eaten over campfires, plantation kaukau and Hawaiian regional type cuisine prepared by the island's best chefs. 

Tylun Pang, assisted by friends and colleagues, has assembled over 140 recipes that reflect contemporary Maui's unique culinary heritage, showcasing fresh local ingredients. Impress your household and guests with dishes like Coconut Curry Haleakalā Ranch Lamb Chops with Mango Salsa, and Põha Berry Ginger Thumbprint Cookies. The Hamburger Steak with Kula Onion Gravy is sure to satisfy even the hungriest people in your family. 

As a special treat, Maui foodie Gail Ainsworth has gathered favorite community recipes including some old time Maui favorites still enjoyed today. 

The recipes represent the breadth of our tastes and our histories. Some are very familiar, some are avante-garde, but each one is a part of Maui's rich culinary tradition. Spend time thumbing through the recipes as well as serving and preparing them. Enjoy the accompanied collection of nostalgic photos, vignettes, and visits to gone-by restaurants and Maui farms. In What Maui Likes to Eat, you'll discover what -- and why -- Mauians really love to eat and you will always be able to answer the question. 


Condition: Good condition. 

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