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Wednesdays

Honolulu @ Night

4 - 7 PM
Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall
777 Ward Ave
Ward Ave & King St Map ]
Bus ] Routes #3, 9, 40, 52, 53, 62

The Honolulu Farmers’ Market

Tip Sheet for April 16, 2014

The Honolulu Market is every Wednesday from 4:00pm-7:00pm

We are moving back!  Market Location: The Honolulu Farmers’ Market will be located on the corner of Ward Ave and King St. fronting the Concert Hall. Thank You.                                                                                          
 Free Parking: Mention you are attending the Farmers’ Market between 4:00pm-7:00pm and park for free.

Latest News: The Honolulu Farmers’ Market now accepting EBT and SNAP

Featured Vendors:

Featured Vendor: Licious Dishes brings raw, vegan, gluten-free eats: Pad Thai Salad, Lasagna, Three Layer Dip, Chocolate Ganache, Kombucha Love Potion, Grainless Granola, Nori Kale, Date Manna Bars and More!

Scheduled Vendors:

Row A

EBT and SNAP Booth

Licious Dishes brings raw, vegan, gluten-free eats: Pad Thai Salad, Lasagna, Three Layer Dip, Chocolate Ganache, Kombucha Love Potion, Grainless Granola, Nori Kale, Date Manna Bars and More!

Son Farm a small farm located 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

Great Harvest Bread Co.: Great Harvest brings with them a wide variety of breads made with Big Island Honey other featured items are Great Harvest cinnamon chips, cheddar garlic chips, assorted scones and cookies made with fresh island Ka Lei Eggs.

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.

Small Kine Farm Fung Yang of Small Kine Farm makes his market debut tonight with his Waimanalo grown Crimini and Portobello mushrooms.

Akamai Food’s: will be back next week

Honolulu Burger Company: IS BACK! Ken will be serving up SLIDERS and FRENCH FRIES yum! Honolulu Burger Company uses all locally soured ingredients from: Parker Ranch, Kahua Ranch, Puuwaawaa Ranch, Mari’s Garden, Aloun Farms, Sugarland Farms, Alii and Shiimeji Mushroom Farm, Sumida Farm.

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.

Fields of Aloha: Fields of Aloha is a farm located in Waialua they grow avocado, bananas, papaya, kale, lettuce, beets, carrots, arugala, bok choi, kai choi, long beans, string beans, green beans, tomatoes, okra, egg plant, broccoli, long squash, thai basil, green onion, japan cucumbers and much more

Souane/PIT Farm: PIT Farm has 3 Farms located in Mililani, Kunia, and Kahuku this family run farm grows a 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, papaya, a variety of green beans and much more.

Mari’s Garden: Aquaponic Organically Certified beats, assorted lettuce, tomatoes, arugula, kale, watercress, cilantro, cucumbers, blueberries, potted flowering plants and ornamentals, fruit trees

Cold Fyyre: handmade ice cream created with locally sourced ingredients starting with cream from the Big Island. Flavored with local fruit, coffee, chocolate and more. By the scoop or in their famous cookie sandwich confections.

Sweet Revenge:  Kathy is featuring her Meyer Lemon Crunch Pie made with locally grown meyer lemons and her Ghost Pepper Honey Apple Banana Pie made Locally grown ghost peppers, local honey, and local apple bananas.

Waimanalo Country Farms: there famous Fresh lemonade, strawberry lemonade and li hing lemonade al served in a special jar.

Aunty Nani’s: an assortment of ono shortbread cookies and other island favorites

Ono Pops makes totally 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, Mountain Apple Rose and more.

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!  NEW Item is Otsuji’s Mushroom Tempura a must try item!

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.

Milner’s North Shore Produce Value Wagon: Ken and Rev bring fresh harvested veggies and fruit from their Pupukea farm.  Don’t forget to pick up your huge bag of kale for $3.  They also bring Waialua grown asparagus, potatoes, and more.

Row B:

Bonfire Pizza: Chef Steven Wilson will be cooking up his wood fire pizzas using all locally sourced ingredients.  Shinsato Pork, Sea Asparagus, Naked Cow Dairy, Ho Farms, Small Kine Farm, Pit Farm, Otsuji Farm, Ma’o Farms.

Petit Suisse Crepes: Crystal and Mehdi our newest vendors create crepes straight from the farms.  Using local ingredients eggs, honey, cheese veggies and fruits.  A must try item

Onda Pasta: Onda Pasta combines local produce and local eggs with Italian pasta flour and offers products for you to take home and prepare or Onda Pasta can create a dish for you at the Farmers’ Market. Onda Pasta offers Fresh Pasta, Sauces, and Deserts.

Aikane Plantation Coffee: Bags and brew from Phil and Merle Becker’s coffee farm in Ka’u on the Big Island.  Chocolate covered beans too.

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.  Come early Mark sells out.

Pig and The Lady: Chef Andrew, Mama Le and family changes their menu at each Market please go to pigandthelady.com for tonight’s menu.

Guava Smoked: Shinsato Farm island-raised pork smoked with Guava wood.  Local Smoked Meat burger, kebabs and frozen packages of smoked meat.

Hawaiian Style Chili Company: Dinner Plates – Seared Ahi Steak and Shiitake, Kalua Pork, Garlic Shrimp, Gourmet Chili and taro mochi

Da Spot: Egyptian, Mediterranean, Thai inspired dinner plates all served with brown rice and salad.  Baklava too made with local honey.

Chef Sean’s Soul Patrol: Buttermilk fried chicken, gumbo, jambalaya, Mohala Farm collard greens, Kahuku Cornbread- soul food with Hawaii twist!

India Cafe:  Indian curry and specialties

Olay Thai: Vegetarian Pad Thai Noodles, Papaya Salad, Banana Tapioca, and much more with all locally sourced ingredients.

Aloha Sweet Potato: Slow roasted Molokai Sweet Potato, sweet potato cookies, mochi, and sweet potato chips on a stick

Just Right: Kettle Corn made Just Right with local sugar and local salt.

All Hawaiian Honey Coop: Honey and honey products harvested from Windward Oahu, Big Island and Molokai.

Ono Kuki: Wide assortment of fresh baked cookies, including crazy local favorites. Ono Kuki supports Peterson Upland Farm by using their eggs in cookie recipes!

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