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Cooking Channel will be featuring Hawaiian chefs on the Man Fire Food with Roger Mooking

 

Cooking Channel will be featuring Hawaiian chefs on the Man Fire Food with Roger Mooking and I’m sure you will work your self-up to a hardy appetite. The flavor of the island chefs whipping up a tasty meal, right in front of your eyes, mmmmm… This will be a very special treat as the flavors start dancing on your taste buds. So make sure all you cooking hobbyists don’t miss this show!

general store and deliHawaii chefs and restaurant owners will play a role on two upcoming episodes of the Cooking Channel’s “Man Fire Food with Roger Mooking” airing this month. The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau said the show will air Hawaii episodes “Smoke and Steam” on Monday and “Feasts Over Fire in Hawaii” the next week, on Monday, June 17.

In the first episode, Cooking Channel’s Mooking attends the Papahana Kualoa and the Kapiolani Community College Farmers Market.

At Papahana Kualoa, Hawaii chef Mark “Gooch” Noguchi, founder of Pili Hawaii and resident chef and partner at Taste, teaches Mooking how to prepare a traditional Hawaiian imu. Noguchi is also known for helping to open the Heeia Pier General Store & Deli.

Cooking Channel will be featuring Hawaiian chefs on the Man Fire Food with Roger Mooking

At the KCC Farmers Market, Mooking meets Scott Shibuya of Guava Smoked, who smokes pork, chicken and turkey tails with guava and kiawe woods in a smoker he built from an Air Force cargo container, an airplane food cart and a computer fan.

In the second episode, scheduled to air on June 17, Mooking visits the family-run Koala Moa restaurant in Honolulu, famous for its huli huli chicken. Mooking and Koala Moa owner Chris Shimabukuro cook 140 seasoned chicken, secured in metal baskets that slowly spin and move across the trailer filled with hot coals.

He also visits MAO Organic Farms in Waianae, where chef Robert McGee roasts half of a cow over a custom-built metal grill. The meat is cooked on adjustable grates over metal drawers filled with kiawe wood.

The HVCB assisted the show in getting to Oahu in effort to share Hawaii’s culinary stories with potential visitors.

Cooking Channel will be featuring Hawaiian chefs on the Man Fire Food with Roger Mooking and this is perfect time, due to the 4th of July being just around the corner…

~~Aloha Nui Loa

 

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