Maui Food and Dining

HouseMart company cookbook supports local nonprofits

December 10, 2015, 2:10 PM HST
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“HouseMart Eats” company cookbook, benefitting various United Way organizations. Courtesy photo.

“HouseMart Eats” company cookbook, benefitting various United Way organizations. Courtesy photo.

HouseMart Ace Hardware and Ben Franklin Crafts are presenting “HouseMart Eats,” the fourth cookbook fundraiser published and led by the company.

Cookbooks are $10 each and can be purchased at any HouseMart Ace Hardware or Ben Franklin Crafts store. 100% of proceeds will benefit various United Way organizations, including Aloha United Way, Maui United Way, Kauaʻi United Way and Hawaiʻi Island United Way.

“HouseMart Eats” is a compilation of 133 recipes, submitted by HouseMart employees and community partners in Hawaiʻi, Washington, Nevada and Oregon. Many dishes evoke fond memories, passed down through generations or created as a spur-of-the-moment-experiment-gone-right.

The limited-edition cookbook celebrates the company’s great diversity, taking pride in a melting pot of people, cultures and life experiences. Recipes include Grandma Mat’s ʻono Hawaiian prawns, spicy chayote squash, Saipan red rice, Irish soda bread, German and raw apple cake, sweet white chocolate-macadamia nut blondies and even peanut butter dog treats.

Click here to learn more about the 64-year-old company, which remains family owned and operated.

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