Saturday, October 17, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Saturday, August 01, 2009
The Slow Food Oahu group at Kumu Farms.
Beautiful herbs growing at Kumu
Emanuela tells us how she finds her way to Molokai, via Italy and California.
An old fishpond...
...with the mangrove creeping in.
...and Duke collecting opihi (which they later put back).
Jack Spruance of Pu'u O Hoku Ranch gives us a tour.
Some of the beautiful veggies from the ranch for dinner.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Jeanne Vana's beautiful tomatoes.
Michelle and Jeanne.
Roasted tomatoes and tomato preserves that we couldn't get enough of!
A tomato bar.
Saturday, April 04, 2009
Below, Glenn Martinez with just a few of his feathered friends...
Michelle Phillips with the biggest papaya tree anyone's ever seen.
Aquaponics in action.
A good worm moment (versus the bad worm moments when worms are escaping from my bin)
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Our annual membership meeting on Saturday turned out to be less a meeting than a leisurely day spent touring the fishponds, preparing our food, talking story over poi pounding, and of course, eating.
Below, Slow Foodies preparing food.
Steve, a regular volunteer at the fishponds, holds out a Samoan crab.
Keli‘i, community coordinator for the fishpond, takes us on a tour.
Daniel Anthony, speed pounder.
Australian mullet, an invasive species, and oh-so-ono!
Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Here's our next adventure for February.
On Saturday, 2/21 we have an excursion planned for Waialua. We will need to meet at the Waialua Sugar Mill Market around 8:15 am. The market opens at 8:30. It's a small market and things sell out rather quickly.
At 9am we will do a coffee tasting at the Sugar Mill, at 10am we will visit a cacao farm nearby and at 11am we're off to see the Waialua Sodaworks.
Those who are interested can have lunch after the tour at El Palenque in Wahiawa, one of O'ahu's most authentic Mexican restaurants.
Cost is $5 for current SF members, $10 for non-members. Please send reservations with your checks to Michelle (see address below).
Once you sign up we can put you in touch with others, so carpooling will be easy.
903 maunawili circle
kailua, hi 96734
Upcoming Slow Food O'ahu event:
Kookies Thai Restaurant
1326 Middle Street (the review in the Weekly stated the address incorrectly as
326 Middle Street)
Date: Saturday, February 28, 2008
Cost: $20 per person, including tax and tip
Limited to 16 people.
Kookie will decide on the menu based on what's freshest at the market, but please indicate your spice tolerance and if there is a favorite Thai dish that you can't find in other Hawaii restaurants, Nanette will let Kookie know.
For those who enjoy beer, Sigha is excellent and readily available in supermarkets, Longs, etc. There will be no corkage fees.
Please RSVP to Nanette Geller: email@example.com
Monday, January 19, 2009
Friday, January 16, 2009
Dear O'ahu Slow Foodies,
Our first event of the year is a joint potluck with SFO and SFKCC. It will be held Sunday January 18th at 1pm at Ezio's building at 1212 Nuuanu --in the wonderful party room on the 8th floor, between the koi ponds.
Giampiero and Ezio will show us how to prepare Hawaiian ahi Italian style--marinated in olive oil and as a mousse. I will bring my pasta maker for a short demonstration of the extruding method and the use of pasta dies.
Please RSVP by January 15th with Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can get an accurate head count. We will need to supply your names to the security guard so that he will let you in. Also, please bring your own plates, utensils, etc.
Happy and slow new year to you all,