Born in Hilo, she was raised in Amauulu Camp I, a sugar plantation community surrounded by canefield. It no longer exists but she has wonderful happy memories of all the loving and caring people there many of whom are still in touch.
She and her husband, Don, have always lived in Kaneohe. They have two daughters and two granddaughters. Now that she is retired she often travels to Maui to babysit and help her daughter, Cheryl, and her family. Her daughter Jennifer lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.
This was not what I expected. Most of the recipes are for baked mochi desserts. I was looking for more mochi recipes...different types, flavors, etc.Published 17 months ago by oshare
This is probably a decent book if you like Hawaiian mochi. There are recipes for cakes made with mochiko (mochi flour) and lots of non-Japanese preparations. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Tam
It is a very boring book. It has very limited pictures to show the final results. The book provides only couple lines of routines and materials needed. Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Jake3721