Food in Hawaii – a photo essay

After a Waimea Canyon hike in Kauai, some fresh pineapple (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

As we straggle out of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, thoughts tend to turn to tropical delights, which of course includes food.

What better way to banish the doldrums than thinking about eating in the Hawaiian islands?

Let’s begin with bricks of chocolate from Kauai….

Kahlua Brick fudge at Kauai Chocolate Company (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

Then there’s the moment when my picky son decided that seafood was pretty yummy. Thank you, Maui’s Paia Fish Market….

Paia Fish Market on Maui - my son actually ate seafood and liked it! (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

Some artful little fruit tarts by the wizards at Waikiki’s “pink palace,” the Royal Hawaiian….and how to enjoy expensive Waikiki hotels without actually paying to stay there.)

Tiny fruit tarts at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Waikiki (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

On the Big Island, you can visit the Mauna Loa factory and pick up Hershey kisses made with macadamia nuts, sold only in the islands….

Mauna Loa macadamia nut Hershey Kisses, only sold in Hawaii (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

Here’s our guide Warren Costa showing my son about delicious dragon eyes fruit in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island….

In Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island, some dragon eyes fruit (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

And every Waikiki sunset deserves an adult beverage; this one under the famous banyan tree at the Moana Surfrider hotel Beach Bar….

Adult beverage Beach Bar Moana Surfrider Waikiki (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

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Just So You Know Disclaimer:  The state Hawaii Tourism Authority through Cilantro Media paid my way to Hawaii for the So Much More Hawaii bloggers press trip, and also paid most of my expenses while I was there. They did not tell me what I could or could not blog about during the trip.)

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  1. Slack Traveler March 21, 2012

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