What’s cooking at the 2020 virtual Made in Hawaii Festival? Six Hawaii chefs show you how to hone your culinary repertoire

08/22/2020
by Admin Admin

The 26th Annual Made in Hawaii Festival, presented by Central Pacific Bank Foundation and Mahi Pono, is a virtual
experience this year, where cooking demonstrations, live-stream entertainment and the new, year-round Made in
Hawaii Festival Marketplace shopping site rule are just a click away at www.MadeInHawaiiFestival.com.

If your stay-at-home / work-from-home routine has you longing for an infusion of fresh ideas to revive your ho-hum
meal routine, let chefs from some of Hawaii’s favorite restaurants show you how as they make delectable local dishes
featuring Hawaii-grown produce and food products.

Visit the cooking demonstration link on the Made in Hawaii Festival [LINK] website to follow along as Chef Russell Siu
from 3660 on the Rise prepares pan-seared filet of Maui Cattle Company beef tenderloin with soy butter sauce, and
Mahi Pono potatoes and onions. Or watch Hawaiian Airlines Executive Chef Lee Anne Wong cook up a tasty Chinese egg
drop fish soup.

All together you’ll find six demonstrations by six chefs, along with a downloadable recipe booklet [LINK] with ingredients
and instructions for each chef’s creation, plus a couple of bonus recipes, including easy banana cereal pancakes for the
keiki! All will remain archived on the festival website for on-demand viewing after the festival weekend.
Bon appetit!