Saturday Farmer's Market at Kapiolani Community College in Oahu

Posted on October 22, 2012 by LISA KUNIZAKI | 0 Comments

My cousin, Kaori, and I hit the Farmer's Market on a sunny Saturday morning. We left the house at 7 to avoid the crowds, but it didn't really matter. There were still hoards of people by 8. We still had a blast.

My cousin definitely needed her coffee after I woke her up at 6 in the morning. We took the bus there. It's a quick 20 minute ride from Waikiki to the market.The bus line here is so easy to use and you can get around the entire island for $2.50!   

I insisted we start with the abalone from the Big Island because there is always a huge line.

Grilled...

Two orders please...

Then we got thirsty for Pacifikool's ginger coolers!

Kaori had the Gingercooler (ginger syrup, lightly crushed fresh sweet basil leaves, ice and carbonated water) and I had the Pineapple Ginger (lots of mint with ginger syrup in a glass, ice, lime, fresh pineapple juice, and carbonated water).

Then my cousin ordered a super spicy sausage...

 which was delicious.

There were fresh juices...

And Ono's Pops! They have so many amazing flavors; vegan, water based and dairy based pops. Apparently, Sophia is a big fan.

Caramel Shoyu, Mountain Apple Rose, Guava Chiffon, Pickled Green Mango, Watermelon Hibiscus, and Butter mochi...caught my eye. 

I'll be heading to the market again soon and I can't to eat the fried green tomatoes, Kauai shrimp, and grilled Ena corn with lilikoi butter and furikake. Of course, more abalone and will definitely pick up a variety of local produce.

Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

XO,

CdS

   

 

 


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