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Home Cooking with Foodland: Episode 4

Join Chef Keoni in his home kitchen as he demonstrates how to make Crispy Skin Salmon with Citrus Ponzu, Choi Sum and a Quick Cucumber Namasu

Ingredients (Serves 4):

  • 3 tablespoons Neutral-flavored Oil (like Vegetable, Grapeseed or Peanut), plus more as needed
  • 1 ½ lbs. Salmon filet, Skin on
  • Salt and Pepper, as needed
  • 1 Lemon
  • 1 Lime
  • 1/8 cup Shoyu or Tamari
  • 1/8 cup Mirin

Quick Cucumber Namasu:

Home Cooking with Foodland: Episode 1

Join Chef Keoni in his home kitchen as he demonstrates how to make Kalua Pork Potato Hash and "Leftover" Fried Rice and Eggs.

Ingredients (Serves 4):

Kalua Pork Potato Hash:

  • 6 oz. Kalua Pork (store bought, or make your own with our recipe at Foodland.com)
  • 2-3 Russet Potatoes (peeled, cooked and roughly mashed)
  • 1 small Round Onion
  • 1 Egg
  • Salt and pepper to taste


“Leftover” Fried Rice:

The Search is Over, Wine Finds is Here


Introducing Wine Finds by R. Field Wine Company. Curated by our resident wine expert, R. Field wine buyer and advanced sommelier Marvin Chang, our collection of wines is unique, exclusive and priced right, so exploring quality wine is accessible to everyone. Whether you’re a wine novice or a connoisseur, we’re sure you’ll discover new favorites amongst our “wine finds.”

Wine Finds is now available at all Foodland and Sack N Save stores statewide. We’re offering a collection of six delicious wines at an amazing value. Keep reading for an explanation of why our current finds are so special.

Chocolate, The Language of Love

Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to indulge in romance…and chocolate. Just in time for the most lovable holiday of the year, we’ve introduced three new and exclusive chocolate products to our Maikaʻi line that we know will make your heart melt.

Something Maikaʻi for Everyone

The clock is ticking and it’s almost Christmas! If gift shopping has got you stumped, check out our curated gift guide featuring some favorites from our Maikaʻi line of products. We’ve traveled high and low to bring you the finest foods from around the world so trust us, there’s something Maikaʻi for everyone on your nice list to enjoy this holiday season.

Holiday Baking with Maikaʻi

Some of the sweetest holiday memories are made in the kitchen, like tackling an old family recipe or stealing a lick of batter off the spoon. But perhaps the sweetest memory comes after, when you get to see the look of yum spread across the faces of loved ones who receive your homemade holiday treats.

Here to help you have a holiday season to remember is our exclusive Maikaʻi line of products, which is full of holiday baking essentials, from nuts, to dried fruit, to sweet spreads. Looking for a little inspiration? Keep reading for our holiday baking recipe suggestions and tips on how to add Maikaʻi into the mix.

Foodland Farms Pearl City: New Store, Same Family

Attention, shoppers! In case you missed the good news, Foodland Farms Pearl City is now open!

The grand opening on Wednesday, October 30, came after a month of anticipation following the closure of the original Foodland Pearl City location, which served the nearby community for more than 60 years.

Reusable bags in hand, hundreds of eager customers gathered in masses around the storefront excited to catch a glimpse of their new neighborhood supermarket, talk story with Foodland CEO and Chairman Jenai S. Wall and shop the store’s new and exclusive offerings designed especially for Pearl City.

One thing's for sure, this isn't your grandmother's Foodland. The new store blends everything Pearl City residents loved about their former Foodland with Foodland Farms’ modern, reimagined, yet always distinctly local food shopping and dining experiences.

Eat Local (Produce) Today!

Have you ever wondered where your fruits and veggies come from? We hope you have and we hope the answer is, well, home.

Here at Foodland, we’re committed to eating local today – and every day – by providing our customers with the highest quality of local produce in the islands. Which is why we turn to our backyard to stock our produce section, from the rich volcanic soil of Maui’s Haleakala, to the lush forests of Waimanalo, to remote farms on Molokaʻi.

Join us in our pledge to eat local and you’ll be supporting local farmers in their efforts to cultivate Hawaii’s food supply and improve sustainability in our state.

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