Posts Tagged: Daniel Anthony

Keep one of the island’s best things to eat available

Have you ever tasted freshly pounded kalo? If you’ve only ever had store-bought, plastic-bagged poi, eating pa‘i ‘ai right off the papa ku‘i ‘ai is like having your first bite of Peter Luger porterhouse after only eating panfried Safeway steak

Keep one of the island’s best things to eat available

Have you ever tasted freshly pounded kalo? If you’ve only ever had store-bought, plastic-bagged poi, eating pa‘i ‘ai right off the papa ku‘i ‘ai is like having your first bite of Peter Luger porterhouse after only eating panfried Safeway steak

Power food

While the Hawaiian Renaissance, started in the 1970s, has made remarkable strides in the revival of language, dance and cultural practices, we’ve been eating the same thin, machine-made plastic-bagged poi. Until now. Kalo crusader Daniel Anthony is taking Hawaiian food

Power food

While the Hawaiian Renaissance, started in the 1970s, has made remarkable strides in the revival of language, dance and cultural practices, we’ve been eating the same thin, machine-made plastic-bagged poi. Until now. Kalo crusader Daniel Anthony is taking Hawaiian food