Kau Kau Kitchen™
by Leilehua Yuen
Kau kau, pronounced "cow cow," means "food," or "meal" in Hawaiian pidgin. It is also used to mean "to eat," as in "let's go kau kau" - "let's go eat." The Kau Kau Kitchen™ cooking column and books have been popular in Hawai`i since the first column appeared in the Hawai`i Tribune Herald in 1983. Though it no longer appears in print media, Leilehua still receives requests for Kau Kau Kitchen™ books and other products. She is planning to bring back the entire line of Kau Kau Kitchen™ products. Bookmark and return to this site for updates!
- Archive of News Briefs about food, home, and health in Hawai`i
Hilo Macaroni Factory Closing - The manufactuers of the Big
Island's beloved comfort food, Hilo Saloon Pilot Crackers, is closing this
Veggieburgers go Big Time at Mr. Goodburgers - Honolulu's Mr.
Goodburgers starts franchising,in July, with the first Mainland store
opening in Missoula, Montana. The owners expect to see 100 new franchises
within a year.
Hawai`i County preparing to impose state's toughest smoking laws
- Legislators on the Big Island have decided it should be illegal to ligt
up in restaurants, bars, and all other enclosed public places.
Talking story about stuffs
Pedestrian Safety: http://www.drdriving.org/pedestrians/
Kitchen Clippings Archives
Other 'Net "Appearances" by Leilehua
|Kau Kau Kitchen is an electronic magazine of Hawai`i's local food and culture We hope to provide material of interest and usefulness to readers both on and off Ka Moku Hawai`i. It is currently under development by Yuen Media Services. We would like to invite YOU, the reader, to participate in the development of this site. Please let us know of any suggestions you may have to make this site more useful and enjoyable. Mahalo, Leilehua Yuen.|