Kamehameha Bakery Haupia Doughnut
For your convenience, an Index page has been added to this blog site to make it easier to find existing content. The link is located above on the masthead’s main page navigation bar like this:
The Index page is listed entirely in alphanumeric order, while since there is no Table of Contents page, I decided to partition the listing into several key parent categories as followed:
• COOKING PRESENTATIONS, DEMONSTRATIONS & RECIPES
• FAIRS, FESTIVALS, EXCURSIONS & EVENTS
• LUNCH WAGONS
• RESTAURANTS & TAKEOUTS
This breaks down the otherwise long list and should help speed up your search a bit.
The page links are referenced by the date it was posted, as many subjects, events and establishments featured on this blog have already been revisited on multiple occasions at this point in time. Of course, the Index page will be continuously updated as new content are added to this blog.
Sunny Side Inc. in Wahiawa – Apple, Blueberry and Chocolate Cream Pies
FYI – If you use the SEARCH function, keep in mind the resulting page it lands on is the most RECENT entry based on your keyword query and it only displays ONE PAGE of that query result at a time. To find more results of your search, you need to click on: <<Previous Entries at the bottom of that page. Keep clicking on that until you find what you’re looking for (if it exists). I wish it showed more results at a glance, but until I change the CSS template here, that’s the way it is.
Which is why I created the INDEX page, so I hope it helps!
Leonard’s Bakery Malasadas
Established in June 2006, The Tasty Island currently has 358 post entries (including this one) under 43 categories, and a total of 3,889 comments. As of this writing, this site also has a total of 1,492,072 hits, while based on site statistics trends over the past six months, averages nearly 3,000 hits per day; sometimes higher than that.
Liliha Bakery Coco Puffs & Creme Puffs
Just want to say BIG MAHALO to everyone for your loyal readership, wonderful comments, interesting dialogue, and also the many compliments and personal invitations you’ve sent privately via email. I really, really appreciate it!
There’s so much more ono food to eat, so let’s hele!
The Tasty Island
P.S. Hope you enjoyed the pictorial trip down memory lane drooling over some of Oahu’s most famous pastries.