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Chef’s Blog: Roses + Rose’


We all know that St. Valentine’s Day is associated with romance.   Price hiked flowers, heart shaped boxes of chocolates, glittering jewelry, over-sentimental cards and velvety stuffed animals are stocked up from Nordstrom’s to Minut Stop. This allows no excuse to not bring a sparkle to your Valentine’s eye. Speaking of sparkle, how about a bubbly beverage?     I know most of you are automatically thinking of Champagne and that... Read More

Pure Sweetness at Sugarman’s Estate


Sugarman’s Estate, on Maui’s South Side is such a stunning place to say your I do’s.  Add this venue with Aloha Event’s great buffet menu and the ladies from Belle Destination Events and you have the ingredients for a perfect evening!     After the ocean side ceremony, the 56 Guests began with Passed Appetizers of:  Grilled Yakitori Chicken Skewers, Traditional Beef Sliders as well as Grilled Island Catch Sliders... Read More

All About Love (And a Great Menu) at the Lahaina Animal Farm


We just adore working at the Lahaina Animal Farm.  The view, the animals, the chic rustic decor – it’s all very swoon worthy. Take a look.         The 67 Guests were greeted upon arrival with Cucumber and Strawberry Infused Water.  After the ceremony overlooking Lanai, the guests started with Passed Appetizers of:  Roasted Chili Pesto Kauai Prawns, Seared Beef Tenderloin Canapes topped with Bleu Cheese Cream and... Read More

An Aloha Events Elf’s Visit


Michelle and Chef Belia have been very busy little elves this Holiday Season.   This past week the ladies went and visited our island clients for our annual “Holiday Delivery of Goodies”. They went to 25 offices spreading Holiday Cheer as well as Azuki Bean Macadamia Nut Shortbread Cookies and Masa Muffins with Jalapeño Jam.     We love this tradition and it’s such a fun and personal way for us to take the time... Read More

Chef Belia’s Blog – Spice it up!


As a child sweets were rarely present in our house. The occasional soda on a special night out, a sneaky Twinkie at a sleep over and the yearly birthday cake was the extent of my sugar awareness. Puffed rice in a bag and raisin bran were the breakfast cereals on top our fridge. “Milk or water?” Were the beverage options. Snacks included cut fresh fruit, granola mix (with carob of course) and popcorn with Spike seasoning. For me this built a foundation... Read More