Cooking

Mocktail Anyone?

drinks
Japanese pupu
Create healthy, non-alcoholic mocktails for Halloween, Thanksgiving, special events or just to try something a little different. Trish will demonstrate how to create a few faux cocktail recipes. Learn to develop your own special drink and control the quality and quantity of your ingredients (organic or not, low sugar, low salt, allergens, etc.). Pair your mocktail with some savory or sweet tapas, pupu or small bites. Join Chef Steve, as he demonstrates holiday recipes made with local produce and products.
Instructors: P. Brubaker, S. Maeshiro
Class meets: Wednesday, Nov 8,  5:30 pm–7:30 pm    
Location: Akoakoa Cafeteria 
Cost: TBD

HOSP7092     TBD 1 mtg.

Taste of the Islands – Okinawa and Hawaii

vinegar drinks
salad noodles and ice cream
This is an example of a cooking course we had last year. New courses are now in development. Please fill out the form below if you would like to be notified when courses are available.
Join us for Superfood Saturday. Uala Leaf Cafe is a new, Blue Zones Approved® Restaurant located at Windward Community College in Kaneohe.  At the helm of Windward’s innovative foodservice training program is Chef Instructor K. Mahana Beamer. Her creations are inspired by the ethnic diversity of the islands and the lush environment of windward Oahu. The menu will feature a blended fusion of the superfoods of Okinawa and Hawaii. Enjoy a sampling of Chef Mahana’s unique Awamori and Genki Su inspired dishes and elixir, followed by a Q & A session.

Class meets: Saturday, Oct 8, 9:00 - 11:30 am
Location: Hale Akoakoa Cafeteria
Cost: TBD (includes lecture, demonstration, tasting plates and event recipes)

HOSP7091 TBD 1 mtg.
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man chef instructor
Stephen Maeshiro, Uala Leaf Cafe chef, started his journey in the culinary industry at McDonald’s in Waikiki. He has worked at some of Honolulu’s notable Japanese restaurants, specializing in traditional Japanese dishes. He brings his culinary skills and knowledge of kaiseki dining and "make sushi" (roll sushi) to today’s session pairing small plates with mocktails.
woman instructor
Patricia "Trish" Brubaker,  started making faux cocktails over a year ago as part of her workplace's weekly team-building activity. It was a creative challenge to come up with something fresh, tasty and (hopefully) healthy each week.  She  views each mocktail as an experiment in flavor, fun and fantasy.