Hawaiian Electric fundraiser cookbook full of so ʻono recipes

Proceeds from cookbook sales to benefit Aloha United Way

By Hawaiian Electric:

Pre-sales of Hawaiian Electric’s latestcookbook Hū ka ʻono: Favorite Island Recipes from Hawaiian Electric’s ʻOhana and Friendshas begun at www.hawaiianelectric.com/AUWcookbook. The all new, spiral-bound collection features 160 recipes from employees, retirees, family, friends, local chefs, and nonprofit partners, as well as energy tips for the home cook. Priced at $14, all proceeds will benefit Aloha United Way, thenonprofit organization celebrating 100 years of working to create lasting, sustainable change in our communities.

“We proudly support Aloha United Way and their contributions to our communities,” saidShelee Kimura, Hawaiian Electricsenior vice president of customer service and executive sponsor of the internal campaign. “We are grateful to all of our ʻohana and friends who provided their favorite recipesto make this cookbook a success. With the holidays approaching, this is a good time to buy one for yourself and give another as a gift, knowing that your purchases are supporting those in need.”

Hū ka ʻono,meaning “so delicious,”reflects how each contributorfelt abouttheir recipe submission. The 180-page cookbook include appetizers; soups, salads and dressings; side and main dishes; desserts; jams and jellies; “no cooking” required; and recipes for those on KETO, gluten-free or Paleo diets. From Crispy Salt and Pepper Shrimp, Honey Baked Shoyu Chicken and Li Hing Mui Spareribs to Poi Bread, Leopard Mochi, and Haupia Pumpkin Pie, the recipes highlight the diversity of local flavors and cultures.

To purchase a copy, visit Hawaiian Electric Customer Service at 1001 Bishop Street, American Savings Bank Tower ground floor,Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except holidays. Order forms also are available for download at www.hawaiianelectric.com/AUWcookbookor by calling 543-4606 to place an order by phone. Shipping and handling charges will be applied to mailed copies.

Limited quantities of holiday gift-wrapped copies will be available at these Oʻahu craft fairs*:

Date

Time(s)

Location

Nov. 9

8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Noelani Elementary School - Cafeteria

Nov. 24

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Pearl City High School

Nov. 30 & Dec. 1

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Hawaii United Okinawan Association

Dec. 7

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Lanikai Park

Dec. 14

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Mililani High School

*Event dates and times subject to change by the organizers.

 


Community Contacts

Phone Fax
Senator Clarence K. Nishihara (808) 586.6970 (808) 586.6879
Representative Roy M. Takumi (808) 586.6170 (808) 586.6171
Representative Gregg Takayama (808) 586.6340 (808) 586.6341
Senator Breene Harimoto Senator Breene Harimoto (808) 586.6230 (808) 586.6231
Councilmember Brandon Elefante Councilmember Brandon Elefante (808) 768.5008 (808) 768.5011