Archive | November, 2009

KCCF recipe winners, Part VI: Ready, set, cook!

KCCF recipe winners, Part VI: Ready, set, cook!

Results and recipes compiled by Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor This year, 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants. Here are the winners and their recipes: Culinary Student […]

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KCCF recipe winners, Part V: Ready, set, cook!

KCCF recipe winners, Part V: Ready, set, cook!

Results and recipes compiled by Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor This year, 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants. Here are the winners and their recipes: Culinary Student […]

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KCCF recipe winners, Part IV: Ready, set, cook!

KCCF recipe winners, Part IV: Ready, set, cook!

Results and recipes compiled by Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor This year, 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants. Here are the winners and their recipes: Amateur Dessert […]

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KCCF recipe winners, Part III: Ready, set, cook!

KCCF recipe winners, Part III: Ready, set, cook!

Results and recipes compiled by Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor This year, 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants. Here are the winners and their recipes: Amateur Entree […]

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KCCF recipe winners, Part II: Ready, set, cook!

KCCF recipe winners, Part II: Ready, set, cook!

Results and recipes compiled by Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor This year, 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants. Here are the winners and their recipes: Professional Dessert […]

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This year's Kona Coffee Cultural Festival's recipe contests featured 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants.

KCCF recipe winners: Ready, set, cook!

This year’s Kona Coffee Cultural Festival’s recipe contests featured 39 contestants entered 44 entree and dessert recipes in Professional, Amateur, Culinary Student, and Keiki categories. Contestants included 17 of West Hawaii’s top professional culinarians, plus some stand-out amateur and keiki contestants.

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The pack tries to catch the leader as they head down Volcano towards Puna. Highways were slick and rainy in the area.

Ultraman World Championships: Stage II, Saturday (Nov 28)

The pack tries to catch the leader as they head down Volcano towards Puna. Highways were slick and rainy in the area.

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The 24th annual Lehua Jaycees Christmas Parade rolled through Hilo town Saturday evening (Nov 28).

The Lehua Jaycees Christmas in Paradise parade

The 24th annual Lehua Jaycees Christmas Parade rolled through Hilo town Saturday evening (Nov 28).

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Weekend shoppers enjoyed the crafts fair at Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium for holiday gifts. See the video.

Hilo shoppers hit the holiday crafts fair

Weekend shoppers enjoyed the crafts fair at Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium for holiday gifts. See the video.

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The University of Hawaii at Hilo beat Chaminade University 97-83 in an NCAA Division II West Region game in the Canon Activities Center in Laie, Hawaii.
The Vulcans improve to 2-4 while the Silverswords are 0-2.
Hina Kimitete led the Vulcans with 20 points on 8 of 14 shooting from the field that included four 3-pointers.
Kayce Kirihara added 19 points while Natalie Mata had 17 and Sheena Pio had 12.
Amanda Muller had nine rebounds.

Lady Vulcans beats the Silverswords 97-83

The University of Hawaii at Hilo beat Chaminade University 97-83 in an NCAA Division II West Region game in the Canon Activities Center in Laie, Hawaii. The Vulcans improve to 2-4 while the Silverswords are 0-2. Hina Kimitete led the Vulcans with 20 points on 8 of 14 shooting from the field that included four […]

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Exporting breast cancer, one bra at a time

Exporting breast cancer, one bra at a time

(Sydney Ross Singer is a medical anthropologist and the director of the Institute for the Study of Culturogenic Disease in Hilo.) Some researchers are baffled as to the cause of the increasing rate of breast cancer in poor nations. However, according to research that has been systematically suppressed and censored, the cause is simple: Western […]

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High surf advisory for eastern shores until Sunday (Nov 29)

High surf advisory for eastern shores until Sunday (Nov 29)

COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI 326 PM HST SAT NOV 28 2009 …HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR SHORES FACING EAST… .OVERVIEW…A SWELL FROM THE NORTH NORTHEAST…TOGETHER WITH WIND WAVES DRIVEN BY THE TRADE WINDS…WILL PRODUCE ROUGH AND CHOPPY SURF ALONG EAST-FACING SHORES. NIIHAU-KAUAI WINDWARD-OAHU KOOLAU-OLOMANA-MOLOKAI WINDWARD- MOLOKAI LEEWARD-MAUI WINDWARD WEST-WINDWARD HALEAKALA- BIG ISLAND […]

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Rare photo of Amur leopards offers hope for endangered cat

Rare photo of Amur leopards offers hope for endangered cat

(Editor’s note: Totally not about the Big Island, but something to give extra thanks for this Thanksgiving weekend.) (Vocus/PRWEB ) Three Amur leopards photographed during an anti-poaching operation in the Russian Far East offer a little Thanksgiving hope for the worlds rarest big cat, World Wildlife Fund has announced. Only about 40 critically endangered Amur […]

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Weekend craft fairs in Kona, Waikoloa

Weekend craft fairs in Kona, Waikoloa

Hawaii 24/7 photography courtesy of Colin Gould The JoAnn WIlliams 27th annual Christmas Treasures art, gift, collectibles and crafts fair continues through 4 p.m. today at the King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. Also, this weekend is the holiday craft fair at the Hilton Waikoloa Village. That fair runs all day Saturday and Sunday. Admission is […]

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