NOTABLE EDIBLES Fall 2009

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Moloka`i

Hawai`i Kai Salt: For centuries, Hawaiians on the island ofMoloka`i harvested salt from her clean, clear waters. Now this salt is harvested through Hawai`i Kai’s exclusive breakthrough “Solar Seal” system, and is hand crafted to bring you a spectrum of choices and flavors. For more about this award winning salt, to order some for yourself or to
give as a gift, www.hawaiikaico.com

Lana`i

Lana`i City Grill: Experience a special holiday dinner in this lovely dining room, you can anticipate generously-portioned entrees that range from locally caught fish to prime-rib, home-style meatloaf and their signature rotisserie-roasted chicken. Under the direction of chef, Beverly Gannon, one of the 12 original founders of the Hawai`i Regional
Cuisine movement. OpenedWed.- Sun. 5pm-9pm reservations recommended. 808-565-7211 or www.hotellanai.com Of course tell them we sent you.

O`ahu

Kula Fields: Starting Oct. 1, 2009, Roxanne Tiffin is expanding Kula Fields to O`ahu. A Farmer’s Market on wheels, Roxanne just had her 1st anniversary on Maui, providing home delivery service of local produce, flowers and grocery items. For more info: 808-280-2009, info@kulafields.com

Hawai`i Island

Big Island Delights: Need to take something to the hostess during the holidays … here you can get gourmet cookies, chocolates, mac nuts, Kona Coffee and other local Hawaiian gifts. You can shop on line, and find a retail outlet near you on their website. We love the shortbread dipped in chocolate. www.bigislanddelights.com

Kaua`i

The Garden Island Range & Food Festival: Kaua`i’s First Locavore Pa`ina, A must visit event, Nov.15th, Sun. 11 am – 3 pm at Kilohana Luau. This is a family event featuring Locally Grown Foods from the Range, Farms and Chefs of Kaua`i. For more info and tickets 808-652- 2802 or 808-338-0111.

Kaua`i Granola:Take a tour, they are located in historicWaimea town on the west side of Kaua`i, drop in and talk story, you can also sample the natural flavored granola and treats. Be sure to say aloha for us to the owner, her name is Cheryl. Our favorites are the coconut macaroons.

Maui

Market Fresh Bistro: A charming courtyard café, with a focus on local farms for most of the menu. Check out their FARMDINNERS every otherThursday evening; a local farm is selected for this bi-monthly pre fixe dinner. Call ahead, it’s the freshest meal you can imagine. 808- 572-4877, 3620 Baldwin Ave in Makawao. They also serve breakfast and lunch. Be sure to tell them EDIBLE sent you.

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