September is National Family Meals Month. All month long, Kahikians are gathering together for delicious meals. Numerous studies have shown the long-term health, academic and societal benefits of eating as a family. According to a 2013 Harris poll, only about 30% of American families share dinner every night. This national movement aims to increase that number.
Football season is here! Whether you are tailgating outside the stadium of your favorite team or enjoying the game at home, it usually means one thing – snack time. One of my favorite appetizers for game day is Crab Rangoon. The sweet, delicate flavor of crab combined with the crunchy texture of the wonton makes for an addicting combination.
Creating your favorite Asian dishes at home can be fun and delicious, but might be intimidating if you're not used to the styles and techniques used in Asian cooking. If you're new to cooking Chinese food or other Asian cuisine, never fear: we've searched the web for the best Asian cooking tips to help you prepare a delicious meal.
Do you remember your favorite school lunch as a kid? Perhaps it was something you could squeeze, stack or dip. Maybe it came in a fun box or was your mother's homemade special.
Kahikians love celebrating birthdays. We go all out to make the day special. From trick birthday candles to free food, birthdays are an excuse for us to come together and celebrate the great people in our ever-growing Kahiki family.
Not only is coconut a delicious tropical treat, it's also a nutritional powerhouse. Here are some compelling reasons to enjoy more coconut.