Recently in my Localism.com blog, I mentioned Hawaii Regional Cuisine. Those of us who “live Hawaii” happily patronize our local chefs when the opportunity to dine out presents itself. My family eats a lot of fish, so I own several celebrity Hawaii chef cookbooks, and they are dog-earred and coconut milk splattered. But the cuisine is certainly not limited to Hawaii wide variety of seafood.
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Living the tropical, luxury lifestyle along the Big Island’s Kohala Coast means relatively easy access to very fresh fish. You can visit the fishmongers near the Kona and Kawaihae harbors and you’ll almost always find big beautiful fish caught the same day. Yes you will pay market price ($13+ per pound) but whatever you select will be worth every penny. Whip up a pineapple mango salsa, and when your fish comes off the grill your taste buds will be ecstatic.