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Hawaiian Style Cooking Classes

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Hawaiian Style Cooking Classes

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Hawaiian Style Cooking Classes in Honolulu
$125.00 per adult
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4078 Kulamanu St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96816-4831
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kimm8612 wrote a review Jan 18
Easton, Pennsylvania25 contributions9 helpful votes
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Asian Fusion cooking class was my Christmas gift to my family of four with two teenagers. We had such a great experience with Linda in her beautiful home. Everything we learned to make was something we could recreate in our own home with ingredients readily available. Definitely a couple of recipes that will be made over and over again. If you are looking for a different experience with a great host who is incredibly interesting and entertaining this is a must-do! Great learning experience and a delicious meal to end the evening!! We will absolutely be repeat guests!!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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David B wrote a review Mar 2020
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You can really appreciate all of the hard work preparing for the class...it was great to get copies of our recipes that we were making. Nice to see that we were all able to contribute to the prep and cooking of the food. Thanks so much for introducing us to Poke and sharing your stories of the history of the foods in Hawaii. The rice balls were fun and we continue to make them even back home! Thanks, Linda
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Melissa W wrote a review Jan 2020
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My family is here with my sister for her 30th birthday along with friends and we picked this because my sister loves to cook as a surprise. It was an EXCELLENT experience. We did have a pescatarian in our group and Linda, the instructor was able to accommodate. She was super laid back and allowed us to bring mimosas and beer while cooking. It was such a fun experience even for people (like myself) that don’t love cooking! And honestly I feel inspired to do more cooking now because the dishes we made were super simple and DELICIOUS. We had poke and coconut shrimp along with musabi, and mochi with the Hawaiian favorites option. Booking the class was super easy and we were able to do a private group for a class of 10 people! Truly an excellent experience. I would HIGHLY recommend this for anyone going to Hawaii! And hopefully I will get to come back and do another class eventually! Thanks so much Linda for such a wonderful experience!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Devan H wrote a review Jan 2020
Olathe, Kansas105 contributions30 helpful votes
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This was such an great experience. The class is from 4-7pm followed by dinner and Linda is such an amazing host. We got there a little early and played with her pet pig bacon, and 5 chihuahuas (although one was on a sleepover) for a bit. The way the class was set up, the whole class made four different dishes as a team. You aren't going to be slaving away in the kitchen; just parts of each dish, but everyone participates. We made butter coconut mochi, coconut shrimp, spammusabi, and 3 different kinds of poke. Definitely had some great conversations about life in Hawaii, the food and how to change the recipe to suite your tastes, and about what we have done on the island already. Never a dull moment in the evening. We finished the night by eating what we made and just continuing the conversations we had earlier. Linda told us about how she has been cooking basically her whole life and has opened a number of restaurants on the island. The way she talks about food, you know this her passion and it’s just great to be around people like this. We left with a bag, leftovers from dinner, some spices, and a page of recipes from what we made that night. This class was definitely worth it. It books very quickly so make sure to book ahead a few weeks, especially if you have a few in your group. Linda’s class gives you chance to escape the hordes of tourists on the island, but more importantly it’s something that you can bring home to your family and friends.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dr. Luis L wrote a review Dec 2019
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If you want to learn to cook Hawaiian style and have a great time, Chef Linda is a wonderful and amazing teacher. She is fun and full of wonderful information about cooking with the local flavor and style. Our family who loves to cook and learn had an excellent time with another Japanese family who I felt enjoyed the cooking experience as much as we all did. The recipes were simple and easy to make but most of all super tasty. The Hawaiian Mochi cake was a fantastic dessert and the many variations of "poke". Making Spam Musabi made a spam eater of my one son who never liked Spam. We ate all the food that was made and it had wonderful flavor and presentation. This is a highly recommended must do in Honolulu besides enjoying the beach, surf and sun. Chef Linda was a super wonderful host and our family will be making all the meals to remind us of the great time learning "Hawaiian Style Cooking. Thank you and Mahalo Chef Linda!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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