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Wednesday, August 16, 2000

Festival showcases
Hawaii-made eats

Star-Bulletin staff

The latest flavors of Hawaii are an annual part of the Made in Hawaii Festival, which goes on this year from Friday through Sunday at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.

The festival runs noon to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $2, with half-off coupons available at First Hawaiian Bank branches. Call 533-1292.

Not only will there be island-made foods from coffees to sausages for sale, but free cooking demonstrations will run through the event:


Bullet 2 p.m.: James Rosenberry of Roy's Restaurant and Lydell Leong of 3660 on the Rise compete in "Ono Mystery Cookoff," a local version of the Food Network's "Ready Set Cook" competition.

Bullet 3 p.m.: Lynn Lee, Maui Onion Growers Association

Bullet 4 p.m.: Mark Fitzer, Haleiwa Joe

Bullet 6 p.m.: Göran Streng, Westin Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki


Bullet Noon: Sean Kinoshita, Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar

Bullet 2 p.m.: Glenn Chu of Indigo Eurasian Cuisine and Chai Chaowasaree of Chai's Island Bistro and Singha Thai will tape back-to-back episodes of "Hawaii's Kitchen" with Brickwood Galuteria.

Bullet 4 p.m.: Kelvin Ro, Kapiolani Community College

Bullet 6 p.m.: Don Maruyama, Fort Street Bar and Grill


Bullet 2 p.m.: Elmer Guzman, Sam Choy's Diamond Head

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