The Mililani Farmers’ Market Market
Tip Sheet for Sunday, March 26, 2017
Please come and join us at the Mililani Farmers’ Market Every Sunday from 8:00am-11:00am we are located in the Mililani High School parking lot-C.
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Vilath Farm: Asian greens and herbs, squash, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, apple bananas, melons, papayas and other fruits and vegetables
Vixaysack/HSN Farm: a large variety of Asian vegetables, cucumbers, papayas, pineapple and melons
Penny’s Orchids: orchids
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.
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 sugar cane juice, and cut assorted fruits.
Ed’s Little Farms: A small Farm located in Wailua with assorted local veggies and fruits
North Shore Farms LLC dba BWT: Serving Fried Green Tomatoes and Jeanne’s Famous Grilled Pesto Pizza, Catch the Big Wave of Flavors with colorful Big Wave Tomato. Now available in Birthday Heirloom Seed Collections.
No Ka’oi Cookie Co.: Baking her delicious scones and Lovash, cookies, mochi, assort bars, brownies, banana bread and much much more.
Olay Thai: Vegetarian Pad Thai Noodles, Papaya Salad, Banana Tapioca, and much more with all locally sourced ingredients.
Thoune HongPhao Farm: bringing cucumbers, eggplant, long bean, bitter melon, bananas, Okra and much more
HFBF Info Booth
Souane/PIT Farm: variety of Asian vegetables and herbs, green onions, cucumber, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, American and Italian parsley, apple bananas, papayas, and local grown carrots, kale, tomatoes, lychee, watermelon and much much more.
Son Farm a small family run farm located in Pearl City they will be bringing watercress, taro, green onion, round onion, eggplant, cucumbers, bell peppers, choi sum, pak choi, kai choi, assort lettuce, celery, bananas, papaya, pineapple, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, radish, kale, bitter melon and much more
La Tour Bakehouse (formerly known as Ba-Le Bakery): artisan breads and baked goods
Akamai Foods: on hiatus
SKA Tropicals: torch ginger, olena, heliconia and other tropical flowers, floral arrangements
Sweet Land Farms: on hiatus.
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.
NEW Shinsato Farm: Pork dishes and plate lunches. They will also bring with them some fresh raw local fresh pork sold by one pound packages.
Milner Farm: kales, chards, Tokyo negi, and assorted vegetables
Sweet Revenge: Kathy bakes up some awesome pies using seasonal fruits and locally grown veggies. Ingredients Locally Sourced-Ho Farm, Peterson Farm, Aloun Farm, Waialua Chocolate, Naked Cow Dairy, and Wow Farm. My personal favorite and a must try item is Kathy’s Chicken Pot Pie. Be careful this item is addicting.
Nalo LIFE: 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.