The KCC Saturday Farmers’ Market
Tip Sheet for Saturday July 22, 2017
The KCC Saturday Farmers’ Market is located on the Kapiolani Community College Campus in parking lot C .
We are open every Saturday from 7:30am-11:00am.
Please follow us on Twitter @HFBF1 for market updates, specials & ono pics.
Farmers’ Market Main Entrance:
Hawaii Farm Bureau Information Booth
Give It Fresh Booth
– Row A –
Koko Crater Coffee Roasters: fresh brewed Hawaii coffee
Aloun Farms: a variety of local grown fruits and vegetables
Nalo LIFE: Nalo Farm located in Waimanalo features Nalo Greens, Dandelion Greens, Braising Greens, Baby Kale (less cooking time for you), Baby Swiss Chard, Tat Soi, (their sub for spinach), Purslane, Okra, Baby Eggplant, fresh cut herbs, Nalo’s Morimoto Tomato (smaller), Nalo Tomato. In addition to their own farm offerings, they also sell produce from other farms – Sumida Watercress, Kamiya Papaya, Fat Law Baby Cucumber, Nozawa Corn, Ho Farm tomato, just to name a few.
Akamai Food’s Chef Sharon brings her famous oatcakes: Date & Flax Seed, Cranberry & Walnut, Mango & Pumpkin with Pecan. Also premium rum cakes: Pumpkin and Dark Chocolate, Taro Coconut, and original. She also brings gourmet tofu steak musubi made with brown rice. She features a rare seasonal tropical juice weekly!
Hanalei Taro Co.: The Haraguchi Taro Farm is located on the island of Kauai. Hanalei Taro will feature Fresh Taro, Poi, Taro Humus, Taro Mochi, and a must try item is their Hanalei Kulolo. Yum!
Ahualoa Farm: Features Macadamia Nuts with 15 different flavors from Lilikoi to Sea Salt
Honey Girl Organic: Featuring an Organic Honey Skincare Line
Music By: Harold Uchino
Kahuku/Kahuku Na’ono: Fresh island papaya, apple banana, eggplant, corn, as well as bath and body products featuring farm grown ingredients. Kahuku Na’ono roasts fresh harvested local corn and adds your choice of creative and ono gourmet touch – Garlic Butter, Lilikoi Butter, Furikake, Herb Sprinkle and more.
Honolulu Gourmet: sauces, dips, and dressings
Alii Seafood: Will be featuring their locally caught Ama Ebi. Fresh Local salt water shrimp frozen or grilled yakitori style. A must try item.
North Shore Farms LLC dba BWT: Jeanne’s famous Grilled Pesto Pizza is a must try. Now available in Birthday Heirloom Seed Collections. Catch the Big Wave of Flavors with colorful Big Wave Tomatoes.
PacifiKool: Coolers made with their signature Hawaiian Ginger Syrup, fruit, herbs. Also, bottle of syrup to go.
Honolulu Burger Company: Ken will be serving up SLIDERS and FRENCH FRIES yum! Honolulu Burger Company uses all locally soured ingredients
Hawaii’s Best Ever Nuts and Candy: Mary the Nut Lady brings her line of gourmet seasoned baked nuts, candied fruit and nougats. Macadamia, almonds, walnuts, pecans – she baked them up and toffees each batch fresh, her nougats too, with locally-sourced seasonings like honey, Maui Cane sugar, Naked Cow Dairy, Kona coffee, Hawaiian sea salts.
Thoune HongPhao Farm: bringing cucumbers, eggplant, long bean, bitter melon, bananas, Okra and much much more.
Rhea’s Hawaiian Honey: FREE honey tasting and selling local raw Hawaiian honeys Sponsored by Hawaiian Honey Bee Coop
Sea Salts of Hawaii: A variety of Hawaiian Sea Salts. Maui Onion, Hawaiian Chili Pepper, Kiawe Smoked, Hawaiian Ginger, Spicy Hawaiian Seaweed and much more.
Made in Hawaii Foods: Delectable mochi treats, an array of fruit preserves and fruit butters, sea salt, taro chips. Featured Special: Persimmons from Hashimoto Farm in Kula and Kula Strawberries
Ono Pops: Chef Josh mixes the perfect flavors together in making his locally-sourced gourmet paletas, the popsicle of Mexican cuisine. Over 24 flavors – Mexican Chocolate, Li Hing Pineapple, Lychee, Okinawan Sweet Potato Pie, Lilikoi 50-50, and my favorite Mountain Apple Rose and much more.
Hibachi serving fresh island poke made with local ahi, locally grown grape tomato kabobs, steak plates made with kulana beef and homemade cucumber kimchee from Pit Farm, you also have to try his barbecue kulana beef sticks.
Madre Chocolate: Chocolates made in Kailua from locally-sourced cacao and featuring locally sourced ingredients. They also incorporate cacao grown on sustainable operations in Central America as well.
Happy Cakes: Fruit cake with a Hawaii twist – macnuts and pineapple.
Kukui Sausage: on hiatus
– Row B –
Two Hot Tomatoes: fried green tomatoes, deep fried zucchini, sweet Maui onion rings; Two Hot Tomatoes Batter Mix, tomato chutney, green tomato jam
Little Hands Hawaii: Sunscreen made with locally sourced ingredients and free of nano zinc oxide. Won’t absorb into the skin and non toxic to marine life.
Akaka Falls Farm: Tropical fruit jams, jellies, fruit butters, honey
Keith’s Cookies: Cookies
Bueno Salsa: Salsa’s made from all locally sourced ingredients.
Otsuji Farm brings a huge variety of veggies and herb grown on their Hawaii Kai farm – Dino Kale, Red Kale, mizuna, daikon, purslane, green onion, radish, mustard cabbage, bok choy, beets, and more! Don’t forget to try Chef Jonas Otsuji’s Sushi Surfer Sliders made with kale or eggplant grown on their farm, tempura’d and topped with spicy ahi, drizzles, and their green onion.
Nita’s: Big Island anthuriums, dendrobiums, chrysanthemums
Dina’s Garden/Thai Treats Etc.: succulent dish gardens, exotic plant arrangements, home baked goodies, Thai iced coffee and iced tea, lemonade
Daizu Tei: Organic acai bowls with milk from locally grown soy beans. And introducing Local Kim Chi.
Vilath Farm: Asian greens and herbs, squash, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, apple bananas, melons, papayas and other fruits and vegetables
Olay Thai: Thai food made with locally sourced ingredients. Featuring Vegetarian Pad Thai Noodles, Lemon grass fried chicken which is my personal favorite, assorted curries, Sa-tay BBQ sticks, Spring Rolls, Papaya Salad, Banana Tapioca, and much more.
Grace Foods: Takoyaki Shrimp. Using Kauai Local Shrimp
Waimanalo Country Farms: Famous lemonade, strawberry lemonade and li hing lemonade al served in a special jar.
Aikane Plantation Coffee serves fresh Ka’u coffee and sells their roasted beans by the bag. Coffee grown in the Ka’u region of the Big Island has been garnering major awards in the coffee world, come by and taste for yourself why.
Penny’s Orchids: orchid plants
– Row C –
SKA Tropicals: Nursery located in Kahalu’u growing torch ginger, olena, heliconia and other tropical flowers, floral arrangements, apple bananas. A must try item is Stan’s Chocolate covered apple Bananas try it with rainbow sprinkle or mac nuts.
PIT Farm: a large variety of Asian veg & herbs, green onions, cucumber, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, apple bananas, papayas, and local grown carrots and much more.
Ho Farms offers a wide array of cherry tomatoes: Black Cherry, Kahuku Golden, Grape Toms, and more! Eggplant, long beans and squash too.
Milner Farm: kales, chards, Tokyo negi, and assorted vegetables
La Tour Bakehouse (formerly known as Ba-Le Bakery): has a wide variety of artisan breads, whole grain hamburger and hot dog buns, croissants, danish, granola, corn puffs, rice cakes and much more.
– Row D –
Kihene: Hawaiian Herbal Teas all ingredients grown on the Big Island, teas are dried crushed or loose leaves.
All Hawaiian Honey: Honey and honey products from Windward harvested All-Hawaiian Honey and more
Big Island Abalone: fresh, cooked, and hibachi Big Island abalone. A must try Item.
Theng’s Farm: a large variety of Asian vegetables, papaya, bananas
Pig and the Lady: Chef Andrew, Mama Le and family changes their menu at each Market please visit pigandthelady.com for tonight’s menu.
WOW Farm: organically grown Big Island heirloom tomatoes and cucumbers
Lei Farm/Vicky Farm: 10 acre Farm growing sugar cane, papaya, daikon, okra, banana, long bean, baby bok choy, bittermelon and much more. They will also feature fresh sugar cane juice a must try item.
Frankies Nursery: A fruit Farm located in Waimanalo. Where you will find the rarest fruits.
Growing Creations brings a diverse range of potted plants to market including orchids, herb and veg starters, flowers, citrus dwarf trees, and cacti. They also sell the famous sustainable Bokashi, beneficial microorganismused to amend soil, provide plant nutrition and well-being, and compost your compost!
Paniolo Popcorn: fresh popped kettle corn
– Row E –
Nosh: Serves Pao de queijo (Brazilian Cheese Bread). There Pao De queijo is offered stuffed with dulce de leche, in a caprese sandwich, or with a fruit salad. locally sourced ingredients from Mao Farms, Fields of Aloha, Hoamoa Farm.
Petit Suisse Crepes: crepes straight from the farms. Using local ingredients eggs, honey, cheese veggies and fruits. A must try item.
Ron Simon: will be serving quiche, chicken adobo empanadas, BBQ pulled pork empanadas, and calamansi and hand diced pineapple
Lum Farm: an assortment of gluten free baked goods, potted plants, Dried Fruit, and Assorted Sorbets made with local fruit from their Farm.
Grandma G’s: Grandma G’s famous fried rice regular or kimchee. Served with Peterson’s Upland Farm eggs with Redondo portugese sausage, bacon, or smoked sausage you can also try Granda G’s Sweet Bread French Toast.
Small Kine Farm: Small Kine Farm is located in Waimanalo. They grow Crimini and Portobello mushrooms. They also make a mushroom fritter which is so fresh and juicy with a special sauce. Yum!
Hawaiian Style Chili Company: Breakfast plates and specialty plates include Seared Ahi Steak & Garlic Shrimp
North Shore Cattle Co.: naturally raised hormone free beef from Haleiwa; all beef Portuguese and andouille sausages; grilled burgers, breakfast specials
Thai Farmers Association has a 10 acre farm located in Kunia where they grow cucumbers, tomatoes, string beans, daikon, eggplant, kale, chou sum, pak choi, parsley, green onion, squash, pumpkin, hot chili, sweet chili, bananas, sweet potato, broccoli, radish, papaya, snap peas, swiss chard and much more. They also will feature free range organic fresh chicken eggs and Taro, Banana, and Ulu Chips.
– Lawn –
Nalo Meli: Beekeeper Howard brings his Windward harvested honey and other local honey products.
Aloha Tree: Granola and Mac Nuts
Small Kine Farm: Small Kine Farm is located in Waimanalo. They grow Crimini and Portobello mushrooms.
Olomana Tropicals: Nurseyman Ken of Olomana Tropical specializes in bromeliads. He brings a great variety of bromeliads and other potted plants.
Haleahi Floral Nursery: A nursery from Waianae featuring assorted plants.
Greenpoint Nursery: cut flowers and anthurium plants
Hawaiian Crown Pineapple: Local pineapple fresh, whole, or cut. Pineapple smoothies, Juice, and much more.