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singer-songwriter Josh pergroup).
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Tatofi whips up a family Joshinhvaestibgeateonr playing music
favorite. since the age of 8. His first re-
The Baldwin High School grad has music in his blood, having grown up in the Kapena lineage (his dad, Tivani Tatofi,
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Of Savory, Sweet
ahead of him. We’re glad to have him sharing his culinary talents and cooking Lū Pulu.
• 6 taro leaves
• 1 onion
• 1 can coconut milk
• ©2021TribuneContentAgency,LLC. • mayonnaise
• foil, to wrap
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74 Shrinking retailer
River explorer
group, ‘Ekolu.
79 “That was a brutal workout!”
Still only 30 years old, this
81 Solution
talented guy has a long career
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saving party
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Cut stems off taro leaves. Slice onion.
Stack together three taro leaves and place half a can of Palm corned beef into middle of leaves.
Add onions to taste. Top with a heap- ing spoonful of mayonnaise.
Pour half a can of coconut milk on leaves.
Wrap leaves from left to right, bot- tom to top. Then, wrap with foil.
Steam for 75-90 minutes to fully cook taro leaves.
   With cicadas blan- keting the east- ern half of the country, Sarah Dwyer of Chouquette Chocolates in Bethesda, Maryland, has a novel solution. She’s coating them in chocolate and selling them as exotic treats, Reuters reported.
If You Can’t Beat ’Em, Eat ’Em ... With Chocolate
pretty sure no one thought I’d be using it on cicadas.”
Williams grabbed his infant daughter and ran to his parents’ adjacent home, where they called 911.
stole a U-Haul van. Weismore drove the van
 “When you combine the chocolate, the cinnamon and the nuttiness of the bugs, it really gives you that holi- day feeling of when you’ re walking around a big city and they’ re roasting nuts on the sidewalk, that cinnamon smell, it’s really what it tastes like,” Dwyer said.
Henry Williams and Tuhonsty Marie Smith of Milwaukee have been in a relationship for eight years, but things haven’t gone so well lately. When Williams returned home on June 2, Smith wouldn’t talk to him and was walking in circles.
Smith was charged with arson of a building, domes- tic abuse and other crimes, and was ordered to undergo a competency evaluation.
She and her employees gather the bugs from trees
New York State police ar- rested Austin Weismore, 25, of Blossvale, New York, on June 16 after he allegedly
behind the business and put them in paper bags, which they place in the freezer. Then the cicadas are boiled
and crisped in an air fryer.
“I did go to pastry school in Paris to learn my dipping technique,” Dwyer said. “I’m
Williams had told her a couple of weeks before that he was thinking of getting a divorce, Yahoo! News re- ported. Later that evening, he went to bed and awoke with the back of his head on fire, he told police.
U-Haul, U Caught
In other Weird reports:
from Florida to New York in March, WKTV reported, but never returned the rental. Instead, he used black spray paint to disguise the signa- ture color palette and logo. Police found the van while investigating a burglary and noted that the U-Haul logo was still visible on the front windshield. Weismore also removed the catalytic con- verter. He was charged with felony grand larceny, among other crimes.
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Losing It
When police arrived, Smith admitted to setting Williams’ head on fire. Additionally, she told them that earlier that day, she had “started eating chick- en wings and thought Henry poisoned them.”

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