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📒Mai Kai ✍ Tim Glazner
📝Mai Kai Book Synopsis : In 1956, a few brash young men created the Mai-Kai Restaurant and bar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, by poaching key staff from Don the Beachcomber's, a Polynesian-themed Chicago restaurant. The Mai-Kai became the playground of celebrities and playboys, and the beautiful women working there used it as a jumping-off point for adventure and fame. Through first-hand stories and more than 400 images, this book documents the history, allure, and enduring legacy of the mid-twentieth-century Tiki era. Focusing on the period 1955 to 1971, it is the story of how the Mai-Kai and its iconic elements came to exist, and the men and women who shaped it and went on to shape the world. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Mai-Kai is the only place on earth that still serves the Rum Rhapsodies that kicked off that indulgent era.
📝Mai Kai Polynesian Chinese Cookbook Book Synopsis :
📒Hiam Ham Or Hiam Nda A Word List And Phrases In Jaba Hausa And English Languages ✍ Daniel M.N. McDikkoh PhD
📝Hiam Ham or Hiam nda A Word List and Phrases in Jaba Hausa and English Languages Book Synopsis :
📝Bybel s tai esti Wissas Szwentas Rasztas Senoir Naujo Testamento Lietuwiszkay perstattytas isz naujo p rweizd tas ir penkt Kart iszspaustas Book Synopsis :
📝Maikai Na Meaai Book Synopsis :
📒The Cave Gods ✍ Richard McDaniel
📝The Cave Gods Book Synopsis :
📒Honua ✍ Sage Uilani Takehiro
📝Honua Book Synopsis : This collection of postcolonial poems by an emerging Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) young woman poet from Hilo, Hawaii reflects a politically resistant fusion of hip hop, slam, hula, chant and mele. The title, Honua, means "land" or "earth." Poet Michael McPherson describes the collection of poems as "torrents of language whose raw intensity buries social complacency as though under molten stone."
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📒Oddball Florida ✍ Jerome Pohlen
📝Oddball Florida Book Synopsis : This next installment in the Oddball travel series by Pohlen provides detailson the strangest attractions for visitors to the Sunshine State.
📝O Ka Ikemua He Palapala Ia E Ao Aku etc First Reading Book in the Language of the Sandwich Islands Book Synopsis :
📒Ke Kumu Mua Ano Hou I Hoonaniia Ina Kii Maikai Na J Pula I Kakau Translated Into Hawaiian By M Kekuanaoa ✍ J. POOLE (of Boston, Mass?)
📝Ke Kumu Mua Ano Hou i Hoonaniia Ina Kii Maikai Na J Pula i Kakau Translated Into Hawaiian by M Kekuanaoa Book Synopsis :
📒Singapore Hawker Classics Unveiled ✍ Temasek Polytechnic
📝Singapore Hawker Classics Unveiled Book Synopsis : Produced as a celebration of Singapore’s renowned culinary heritage, Singapore Hawker Classics Unveiled, tells you everything you ever needed to know – and more! – about 25 of our favourite dishes. The 25 delicious recipes featured will allow you to recreate your favourite classic hawker treats at home and inspire you to look at these familiar dishes in a new light – each dish includes its traditional presentation together with an additional interpretation with a modern twist. Moreover, every dish is covered in great detail, including information on its heritage, its aroma, taste and texture, its nutritional value, as well as clear step-by-step instructions and photographs
📒Hawaiian Genealogies ✍ Edith Kawelohea McKinzie
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📒Talking Story ✍ Kanani Kawaiolamanaloa St. James
📝Talking Story Book Synopsis : KANANI KAWAIOLAMANALOA’S MO’OKUAUAU COMES FROM THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI WHERE SHE WAS HANDED DOWN LA’AU LAPA’AU AND DANCE FROM HER KUPUNA. A BIG ISLAND HAWAII RESIDENT, KAHU, AND KUMU HULA , KANANI IS A HEALING ARTS THERAPIST, A POET, LECTURER AS WELL AS A PAINTER. SHE IS A DESIGNER OF AN EXTRAORDINARY LINE OF CORAL AND PEARL JEWELRY. SHE HAS SPENT SEVERAL YEARS WORKING IN JAPAN AND ON THE US CONTINENT .
📒Hawaiian Dictionary ✍ Mary Kawena Pukui
📝Hawaiian Dictionary Book Synopsis : "This standard work of reference... continues offering the happy blend of grammar and lexicon." --American Reference Books Annual For many years, Hawaiian Dictionary has been the definitive and authoritative work on the Hawaiian language. Now this indispensible reference volume has been enlarged and completely revised. More than 3,000 new entries have been added to the Hawaiian-English section, bringing the total number of entries to almost 30,000 and making it the largest and most complete of any Polynesian dictionary. This new edition is more than a dictionary. Containing folklore, poetry, and ethnology, it will benefit Hawaiian studies for years to come.
📒Selections From Fornander S Hawaiian Antiquities And Folk Lore ✍ Abraham Fornander
📝Selections from Fornander s Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk Lore Book Synopsis : "A valuable library addition for either a folklorist, a linguist, or an ethnologist." --Western Folklore "The stories in this book are reprinted from Volumes IV and V of The Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-lore, published by the Bernice P. Bishop Museum in 1917, 1918, and 1919. They include some of the best-loved of Hawaiian stories, and the collection is probably the most important work on a traditional subject ever published in the Hawaiian language.... In the 1860s and 1870s, Abraham Fornander, circuit judge of Maui, employed several Hawaiians to seek out learned Hawaiians and write down their stories. The collectors included S. N. Kamakau, S. Haleole, and Kepelino Keauokalani, each of whom has made important contributions to our knowledge of the old culture." -from the Introduction
📒From Darkness To Light In Polynesia ✍ William Wyatt Gill
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📒Hawaiian Cookbook ✍ Roana Schindler
📝Hawaiian Cookbook Book Synopsis : Nearly 300 easy-to-prepare exotic recipes with tips on shortcuts, preparing ahead, substitutions, more. Recipes include: sea bass with pine nuts, Lomi Lomi salmon, passion fruit soup, watercress soup, stuffed chicken breasts in pineapple sauce, chestnut duck, island shrimp salad, Maui tangy sauce, Polynesian meatloaf, ko ko nut balls, much more.
📒Me A Kai ✍ Robert Oliver
📝Me a Kai Book Synopsis : Winner of the 2011 Best Cookbook at the Gourmand Cookbook Awards. The cuisines of the South Pacific island nations are noted for their sensational use of coconut cream, fresh fruit and the most delicate fish. Away from the big resort hotels, skilled local cooks make the most delicious meals, whose range would surprise most tourists. Two years ago, New Zealand-born chef Robert Oliver, who has had a stellar career in the United States restaurant industry, went back to Fiji, where he grew up, to rediscover the art of Pacific cooking. He travelled to Tonga, Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu and the Cook Islands to track down the most skilled local cooks. This outstanding, landmark table-thumper of a book brings together a treasury of South Pacific cooking, arranged country by country, with 90-plus recipes and photos that capture the essence of the Pacific. And there's much more than just recipes, it's a culinary journey. Along the way Robert pauses to tell fascinating stories from his encounters with both local cooks and food producers. Flipping through its pages is like going on holiday!
📒Ng M Teatea ✍ Sir Apirana Turupa Ngata
📝Ng M teatea Book Synopsis : This classic text on Maori culture collects indigenous New Zealand songs recorded over a period of 40 years by a respected Maori leader and distinguished scholar. The essence of Maori culture and its musical tradition is exhibited in the original song texts, translations, audio CDs, and notes from contemporary scholars featured in this new edition. This rare cultural treasure makes accessible a fleeting moment in Maori history when traditional practices and limited experience with the outside world allowed indigenous songs and customs to flourish.