How Maui chefs nurture community.
Each year, the Aipono Restaurant Awards honors a few individuals and companies chosen by industry professionals.
In this ‘Aipono issue, we are proud to share with you some of the many ways our island's chefs and restaurants make Maui a better place.
When people ask me to name my favorite wines, I always struggle. I taste wine for a living, so you would think it would be easy. It's not.
Mindful design leads to a residence in harmony with nature.
Adventurous bartenders have discarded bottled mai tai mixes to build their own flavor profiles with fresh local fruit and locally crafted distillates.
Guys from da oddah islands, dey t’ink we braggin’ when we say, “Maui no ka ‘oi,” but we not. We jus’ tellin’ da truth about da place we love, an’ we ra-minding ourselfs about our kuleana.
Chef Jeff Scheer builds strong relationships with local farmers, ranchers, and fishermen.
Larry Ellison has upgraded Lanaʻi town's entertainment center, restoring it to its 1930s appearance and adding premium seats that recline and digital projectors for 3-D movies.
This Maui business has a zest for success.
At Kahanu ʻAina Greens, it's not just about growing food; it's about creating community.
In rural East Maui, two communities are taking a stand to conserve a weird wild food — and with it, a part of their culture.
When the Polynesians first made landfall in Hawaii, their closest relative here was a bat.