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Students share what they do on the Sabbath

Visiting teaching. Home teaching. Baking. Indexing. Calling home.

BYU-Hawaii students said they fill their Sabbath with activities that help them feel the spirit and recharge for the rest of the week.

Recipe: Fettuccine Maremonti

Recent alumnus Ben Papeo from Sardinia, Italy, demonstrated how to cook “fettuccine maremonti,” or “pasta piselli, panna i funghi,” meaning pasta, peas, cream and mushrooms. The dish is named maremonti because it brings together ingredients from the mountains (monti) and the ocean (mare).

Getting more than stamps on a passport

Traveling through Europe, South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and North America has been his “biggest form of education,” said Samuel Egbert, a graduate in hospitality and tourism management from Utah.

Food Review: North Shore Tacos

North Shore Tacos boasts some of the best fish tacos in all of Hawaii. Located at 54-296 Kamehameha Highway in Hau‘ula, North Shore Tacos blends Mexican food with Oahu surf culture, and is open seven days a week, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Natural living: Yurts on the North Shore

Yurts, traditional dwellings originating in Central Asia, are trending, eco-friendly housing options within the lush hills of Oahu’s North Shore thanks to the company Ohana Yurts.

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