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Kani ka Pila Recipes

“Kani” in Hawai’ian means “play”, while “ka pila” means “the strings.” It is a Hawai’ian jam session. But when Hawai’ian ukulele players get together, “kani ka pila” also means “luau” or food party.

Share Your Favorite Party Recipes!
I invite all my cookin’ ukulele friends to share their favorite party recipes. Go to the contact page to send me your your recipe. If you like, please “talk story” about the recipe… where it came from, who inspired it, where you first tasted it, whaddeveh!!! Please make it easy for me to publish by including the number of servings, ingredients in the order of use, and clear preparation and cooking instructions.

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Check Out Our Recipes!

Click on each category below to have fun making my introductory recipes.
Then please send me your favorite party recipes to share.