Chef Craig Erickson and the Sea House Restaurant crew will be participating again at Lahaina Plantation Days on Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20. The event is a fundraiser for the Lahaina Restoration Foundation.
Stop by our booth and enjoy a unique Molokai Sweet Potato Quesadilla (spinach tortilla filled with spinach, Maui onion jam, sweet peppers, cilantro, sweet potato and cheese) or a couple of delicious Ahi Poke Shooters (diced Ahi, tomato, ogo, and sweet onion tossed in Thai vinaigrette and served in mini cucumber cups).
YUMMY!!!! Hope to see you there.
Chef Craig Erickson has just added four new recipes to the website. One is an all-time breakfast favorite at the Sea House Restaurant, both on Mother’s Day and the rest of the year – the Molokai Sweet Potato Frittata.
If you’ve had a chance to enjoy this frittata, we’re sure you agree it is delectable. If you’ve not tasted this incredible breakfast delight, stop by for breakfast and taste this one-of-a-kind combination created by Chef Craig
We hope you enjoy watching these scrumptious Sea House Restaurant promo videos. David Barry of Makai Studios created them for us for the Mobile Maui app available on iTunes, iPhones, iPads and Androids.
Early Bird Specials
Nightly Dinner Specials
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If you’ve never had an Opakapaka Lollipop it means you didn’t stop by the Sea House Restaurant’s booth at the Kapalua Wine and Seafood Festival.
Executive Chef Craig Erickson’s creation was a huge hit coming in second for Best of the Fest. The Sea House also served Mediterranean Marlin Crostini which was also favored by many attendees. It was another beautiful Maui evening.
The Hawaii Sunrise Now show got to enjoy Chef Craig Erickson’s Pineapple Rice cake. Yummy!! Here are some photos shared by The Hawaii Book of Rice. You can watch the demonstration here.
Chef Craig smiles for the promo shot.
Chef Craig shows host Steve Uyehara how to mix the rice into the cake.
Now for the mango cream cheese frosting – can you say “Yummy!”?
Steve took a piece with him back down to the anchor desk. Yes, you can have cake for breakfast!
Chef Craig Erickson will be making a guest appearance on Hawaii Sunrise Now on Wednesday, May 18. Catch a live stream of the show from 4:30 – 9:00 a.m. HST. Chef will be demonstrating his recipe for Pineapple Rice Cake with Mango Frosting which is featured in Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi’s book “The Hawaii Book of Rice“.
Photo by Adriana Torres Chong for The Hawaii Book of Rice
The Sea House has two recipes featured in the book. Chef Craig’s Pineapple Rice Cake and Breakfast Chef, Leipua Ko’s Auntie Lei’s “Da Kine” Stir-Fry Rice.
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