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Pack Hawaii

Jan 23, 2017 10:16:00 AM

long beach

 

The date is set, the reservations have been made and you are on your way to Paradise! But what do you pack? This article gives a great outline of the things you need to consider as you decide what you need to put in that suitcase and what you don't. So relax, your vacation of a lifetime is just around the corner and with our help, you are ready to go! 

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Tahitian Coconut Bread

Jan 6, 2017 10:16:58 AM

Making Coconut Bread - cropped

 

Going hand-in-hand with the fun "How to Get Meat Out of a Coconut" video posted last week here is a simple approach to getting the meat out of a coconut shell, we wanted to share the recipe and video for how to use that delicous meat to make a surprisingly easy island version of coconut bread. Delicious hot!

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PCC Guests

 

The Polynesian Cultural Center is world famous, no surprise there. This means thousands and thousands of visitors come from far and wide. Some of them are famous, some maybe even notorious. It's always fun to welcome a celebrity. But our favorite guest is the everyday kind, who have saved and dreamed of visiting our Center for years and years. Read about how we strive to make sure that all visitors feel like VIPs.

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Who knew cracking and getting to the delicious meat of a fresh coconut could be so easy? In this article from the Polynesian Cultural Center you will see how you can open a coconut the Samoan way, and then enjoy the delicious, coconut meat. Chee-hoo!!!!

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7 Village Bars

Dec 21, 2016 12:29:10 PM

7 Village Bars

 

The Polynesian Cultural Center is known for many things such as fun, education, and the spirit of Aloha. They are also known for their delicious food. We receive requests from past visitors and workers alike for recipes of favorite dishes. Here is one of them - the Seven Village Bar, a nutty, chewy combination of everything delicious we could imagine. Once a common dessert at our luaus, we now serve this beauty at Pounders Restaurant, at the entrance to the Polynesian Cultural Center. But why wait until you can get here to try it? It is easy to prepare and wonderful to eat. ENJOY!

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In Other PCC News

Dec 2, 2016 4:58:01 PM

Red Raiders Dance at PCC 2016

 

Celebration is in the air, both with Red Raiders 4 Life fans and family, and those who love and appreciate Ka‘umealani Walk, recipeint of the 216 Native Hawaiian Community Educator of the Year from Kamehamea Schools. Read on to learn more!

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2017 Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Player of the Year Finalists

 

The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced its five Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award Finalists on November 22. They present the annual award to the most outstanding Polynesian college football player who epitomizes great ability and integrity.

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 Hawaiian woman weaving cropped

 

In this month's post, free lance journalist, Mike Foley explains the make-up and purpose of 'grass skirts' and other Polynesian items made from plant materials.

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How to Rain-Proof a Samoan Fale

Nov 30, 2016 1:28:18 PM

 

 Interior of a fale or Samoan house. courtesy of Hocken Snap Shop              

              

Mikey Foley describes how Samoans and other Polynesian cultures address protection from rainy weather. 

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 The Social Hall on Loala Street, Laie.  Courtesy of BYU Archives and Special Collections             

 

In Part 3 of our series of La’ie during World War II, we learn from the recollections of Laverne Pukahi, Joe Ah Quin and Gladys Pualoa Ahuna about how the locals entertained themselves, what it was like to be surrounded by numerous military camps and we learn about the great tidal wave of 1946.

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