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Stephanotis by James Temple
Sweet Stephanotis by James Temple
The Seeds Of Summer by James Temple
Aloha Red Hibiscus by James Temple
Memphis Style Pulled Pork Sandwich by James Temple
Little Sister by James Temple
Little Sister 2 by James Temple
We Have Seen Better Days by James Temple
Dusted Black Plum Galette by James Temple
Honey Glazed Duck 2 by James Temple
Ginger and Spice Cookies by James Temple
Christmas Cracked Crab by James Temple
Bloody Good by James Temple
Braising Turkey Legs by James Temple
Linguine With Clams by James Temple
Island-Style... Roasted Turkey Tails by James Temple
Celeriac Remoulade by James Temple
Panzanella - Italian Bread Salad by James Temple
Snow Peas with Tobiko by James Temple
Phyllo Asparagus Blankets by James Temple
The First Piece Is Yours by James Temple
San Marzano Green Tomatoes by James Temple
Hawaiian Lychee by James Temple
Tops and Bottoms by James Temple
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About James Temple
First of all, thanks for looking at my work. I live in Hawaii, 1200 feet above sea level, on the small rural island of Moloka'i. It is very quiet here, with only about 7500 residents, sort of like living in a small town in the middle of the Pacific ocean. I appreciate the quiet life after spending 35 years in the advertising/design business in Chicago and San Francisco. I spent most of that time working as an art director on major food accounts, probably because I have always loved cooking. Eventually that love led me to a degree in the Culinary Arts, graduating with an Associate of Occupational Studies in Le Cordon Bleu, from the San Francisco Culinary Academy in 2002.
Since then I designed and built a house on Moloka'i, worked in restaurants, self-published three cookbooks, and took up photography. Lately I spend most of my time developing recipes and photographing them, plus researching and writing about Hawaii's culinary history on my food blog http://tastinghawaii.com, it's a non-profit labor of love. I invite you to visit my blog even if you are not interested in tropical cooking.
Chef James Temple.