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

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!