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Whether you’re looking to bring a slice of Maui into your home this fall season or just excited to try out a new recipe, this Hawaiian Haupia Pumpkin Pie is perfect for Halloween and sure to be scary good. 

Haupia pumpkin pie transforms the classic dish and transforms it into something that tastes like sitting on a beach, sipping a coconut, while also getting to enjoy pie. How can it get better than that?

For those that are not familiar with Haupia, let’s dig into the traditional desert’s history. Haupia is a Hawaiian dessert prepared with coconut milk, sugar, and usually cornstarch as a thickening agent. Haupia turns into a silky, light, and velvety Jell-O-like consistency and is typically served during luaus or with Hawaiian plate lunches as a

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The Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards are Hawaii's most prestigious music awards, regarded as Hawaii's version of the Grammy Awards. Among the many talented finalists of 2021, Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards were two of Maui's most beloved groups and singers.

First is Maoli, a Maui group credited with over 21 #1 Regional Island Reggae hits! Maoli is recognized as one of Hawaii's top recording artists after a fifteen-year career that has garnered national and international recognition. Glenn Awong, the group's leading vocalist, composer, and founder, has been recognized near and far for his talent. Maoli received "Album Of The Year" and a Na Hoku Hanohano Award for "Reggae Album Of The Year" at the iHeartRadio Island Music Awards in 2020 for "Sense Of Purpose."

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The 50th state is the only state in the US that grows its coffee. In a country that is guzzling down more than a third of the world's total supply of coffee, that title is pretty cool in our eyes. With roughly 800 plantations scattered across five islands, some might say, we know a thing or two about a cup of Joe. So, as you drive along the Lahaina coast, venture into the beautiful Haiku rainforests, or lounge on the Kihei shores, don't forget to stop at one of our favorite coffee shops along the way. Whether it's a macchiato produced from Molokai beans or a mocha prepared right here on Maui, every corner of Maui has a coffee shop for everyone. 

Although every cafe has its flair, you'll find that almost everyone has a foundation in supporting the

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For most, the beginning of October means cooler temperatures, scarves, and beanies being dusted off from our closets, switching from iced coffee to hot and autumn-colored leaves decorating the roads. However, here on the valley isle, we have a different way of celebrating the start of the fall season. Though our sunny beach days may be a tad cooler, there's not much of a difference to notice when living on an island. That is until you head upcountry to Kula Country Farm's annual pumpkin patch. 

Since 2011, this fourth-generation, family-run farm has invited people to Maui's favorite patch. Located by the field next to Kula's modest roadside kiosk, this infamous attraction is perfect for tourists, local families, and everyone in between.  

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