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Get an introduction to interesting people and riveting stories linked by a family recipe, starting from a base in Hawaii to locations such as Japan and Puerto Rico. Find the rich and sometimes surprising connections to a treasured family dish.

Sharing stories from one generation to another.
Raiatea Helm shows us the importance of Aloha ʻĀina in the face of climate change.
Passing knowledge down to future generations
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Raiatea Helm shows us the importance of Aloha ʻĀina in the face of climate change.
Hawaiian vocalist Raiatea Helm introduces us to “Molokaʻi style”.
Jack Johnson reveals the influence his father had on him and shares those memories.
Surfer, photographer, actor, and environmentalist Haʻa Keaulana – protector of Oʻahu.
Andrew Le travels to Vietnam to connect with his family roots.
Valerie Kaneshiro was raised on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe reservation in Wisconsin.
Sheldon Simeon finds it easy to shine the light on traditional Filipino dishes.
We continue our journey in Vietnam by visiting a historical village for the Le family.
Anela Marie Kawehikulaonalani Evans shares the love and respect she has for her island.
Puerto Rican pride thrives in Hawai’i! Chef Ed meets up with entertainer Tiara Hernandez.
In Japan, miso factories are like microbreweries in America.
Trace the origins of Hawaiian cowboys who made tender beef jerky called pipi kaula.
See how Okinawan soba is different from Japanese soba.
Witness a family moment to remember and a dish never to forget.
One of the most famous Hawaiian dish is the one that is most misunderstood.
Extras
Raiatea Helm shows us the importance of Aloha ʻĀina in the face of climate change.
Ed and Malia Nobrega-Olivera discuss the effects of climate change.
The protectors of land and sea.
Hawaiian vocalist Raiatea Helm introduces us to “Molokaʻi style."
Jack Johnson reveals the influence his father had on him and shares those memories
Chef Ed Kenney and, singer-songwriter, Jack Johnson take some time to have fun.
Chef Ed Kenney and, singer-songwriter, Jack Johnson visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Meet Makana (gift), Monterey Bay Aquariumʻs ambassador for plastic free oceans.
Ed Kenney visits Jack Johnson to talk about Jackʻs fondest memories tied to smoked fish.
Surfer, photographer, actor, and environmentalist Haʻa Keaulana – protector of Oʻahu.
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