I’ll be learning about herbs this weekend at the Haleiwa Farmers Market Sunday. This is a great market, small but select, and well worth the drive (which is particularly nice for a Sunday morning excursion). While you’re out there, I highly recommend the buns at Waialua Bakery at the far end of Haleiwa town and there are lots of great places to have breakfast, too. I’ll be there from 9 to noon. Come see us.
Here are Herb Fest and Market details. I’ll be signing “The Island Plate” and “The Island Plate II.” Unfortunately, my “Entertaining Island Style” (third book) is sold out right now. This is from the Haleiwa Farmers Market web site.
Just in time for the holidays, we will be featuring Herbs to use in your holiday meals! Recipe Contest (Entree, Side Dish, Dessert), Free Farm Tour to Mohala Farms via ENoa Tours, Chef Demo of bruschetta with prociutto with Chef Hector Morales from Turtle Bay’s soon to open Italian restaurant Leonardo’s, Keiki Activities, Book Signing with Wanda Adams, starter plants and advice for growing your very own herb garden, nutritional education with Ola Loa Wellness … and more!
Free and fun for the whole family.
Get those recipes ready! YOU may win one of three Turtle Bay Escape Club Packages and be on your way to your overnight stay and free round of golf!
Go to Web site for recipe submission form.
Here are a few things to look forward to from our vendors!
Naked Cow Dairy herb butters!
Bon Vivant herb salts with Rosemary and Pesto!
Hibiscus mint tea!
Universe Juice smoothies made with fresh mint leaves!
crepes with veggies and fresh basil from LeCrepe Cafe!
Baker Dudes will have basil sun-dried tomato bread!
Fresh veggie pie with fresh herbs from Fresh!
Scrambled eggs with herbs!
Brazilian Corner will offer fresh herb pasta
and pastels with rosemary, thyme, oregano and basil!
Gingatanical Onopops with camomille and exotic basil!
Arturo’s Molikai Hot Sauce with cilantro!
Farm Fresh Hawaii herbal salad dressings!
Fresh herb starter plants from Laura!
Recipe Contest Judges:
Wanda Adams- food writer and cookbook author
Owana Salazar- Slack key and steel guitarist
Chef Hector Morales- Turtle Bay Resort
Gene Evans- Hawaii Public Radio
I won’t be going to Haleiwa this Sunday, but I am glad to hear that you will be there. That market is small, but pretty special!
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