95-1200 Meheula Pkwy
(Gym parking lot)
Routes #52, 84, 84A
Tip Sheet for June 23, 2013
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Location: The Mililani Farmers’ Market is located at the Mililani High School fronting the Mililani Gym in the Parking lot.
Featured Eats: G’s: Chef Robert Menendez cooks up breakfast using Peterson Farm Eggs and local Veggies from Pit Farm and Vilath Farm
Featured Farm: Milner’s North Shore Produce Wagon: Pupukea-grown swiss chard, Tokyo negi, asparagus, big red southern-style turnips, lettuces, cilantro and more.
Featured Nursery: SKA Tropicals brings a variety of fresh cut seasonal tropical flowers.
NEW Vendors starting in June:
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
Starting in July:
Olay Thai: Creating Thai dishes like Pumpkin Curry, Green Curry, Summer Rolls, Veggies Pad Thai Noodles, Stuffed Chicken Wings, Green Papaya Salad amd much more using locally sourced ingredients fom Maui Cattle Co., Shinsato Farms, Aloun Farm, Kalei Eggs
List of Market Vendors
Aikane Plantation Coffee: Coffee grown in Ka’u on the Big Island. By the bag or hot and fresh in a cup. Chocolate covered peaberry coffee beans too.
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!
Akamai Foods: 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.
Aloha Sweet Potato: On hiatus-will be back next week
La Tour Bakehouse (formerly known as Ba-Le Bakery): artisan breads and baked goods
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.
Grandma G’s: Redondo portugese sausage, Love’s Sweet Bread French Toast, Char Siu Bacon Fried Rice, Petersons Upland Farm eggs
G’s: Chef Robert Menendez cooks up breakfast using Peterson Farm Eggs and local Veggies from Pit Farm and Vilath Farm
Hanalei Taro: Fresh poi, kulolo, taro hummus and taro muffins made with Kauai grown taro.
Hawaii Honeybee Co-op: local honey products
Marine Agrifuture: Sea Asparagus and varieties of limu (ogo, seaweeds) grown on Dr. Sun’s Kahuku aquaculture farm. Sea Asparagus Pesto and Salsa Verde too.
Maunawili Greens: hydroponic red leaf and butter lettuce, sprouts
Milner’s North Shore Produce Wagon: Pupukea-grown swiss chard, Tokyo negi, asparagus, big red southern-style turnips, lettuces, cilantro and more.
Penny’s Orchids: orchid plants
SKA Tropicals apple bananas, tropical cut flowers
Starpoint/Not Just Desserts: Chef Kate of Starpoint Cafe bakes up fresh scones, cheesecakes, bread pudding, pineapple challah, brownies and more using Naked Cow Dairy butter, local eggs, chocolate, fruits, nuts and honey!
Vilath Farm: Asian greens and herbs, squash, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, apple bananas, melons, papayas and other fruits and vegetables
Vixaysack Farm: A variety of Asian vegetables, cucumbers, papayas, pineapple and melons
Akaka Fall: Straight from their Fruit Farm on the top of Akaka Falls on the Big Island they make Jams and Butters. There Lilikoi Butter is a must.
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.