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I'm more of a "down to earth" person. I would like folks to see that I am a local guy who just likes to eat and experience a wide variety of KUISINES. Kalama's Kuisine came about when I had an opportunity to work a food tent at a block party. Needed a name and wanted people to know that I cook many cuisines, not just one. I don't try to specialize at any one cuisine... I just like them all. And I like to blend many of them together!

The food I make comes from experiences I've had in creating menus, or when I was in the Army like my crowd favorite, Kimchee Mac and Cheese. My family has influenced my cooking as well and my adventures around the world  time with family and what they cook also from my own adventures out trying different plates.

I definitely try to use as many local products as possible when I cook. Being close to the land and sea here is important to me and I grew up fishing a lot and like to utilize local seafood at all times.


I'm more of a "down to earth" person. I would like folks to see that I am a local guy who just likes to eat and experience a wide variety of KUISINES. Kalama's Kuisine came about when I had an opportunity to work a food tent at a block party. Needed a name and wanted people to know that I cook many cuisines, not just one. I don't try to specialize at any one cuisine... I just like them all. And I like to blend many of them together!

I'm more of a "down to earth" person. I would like folks to see that I am a local guy who just likes to eat and experience a wide variety of KUISINES. Kalama's Kuisine came about when I had an opportunity to work a food tent at a block party. Needed a name and wanted people to know that I cook many cuisines, not just one. I don't try to specialize at any one cuisine... I just like them all. And I like to blend many of them together!

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