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Check out the Facebook Event Page here . . . . . . . . . . . . We’ll be meeting where Paki Ave. and Kalakaua Ave. meet on the south end of Kapiolani Park…near the base of Diamond Head. So looking forward to tomorrow’s wild food hike! Hats, water bottles, sunscreen, notepad & …
. . . Tickets are now on sale for 2 wildly delicious meals at Kaimuki Superette on December 1st! Honolulu is getting a taste for wild food. Guests will enjoy foraged foods paired with the best of local ingredients in two separate dinner seatings. Click HERE for more info!
Had a great time at my first event for the Wild Food Plants of Hawaiʻi inter-island book tour. #onewildfoodeverydaytour is the motto. You can see photos from the event, courtesy of Andrew Ellard Resignato from Culinary Edge TV, on Facebook here. And be sure to check in regularly here at wildfoodplants.com and my Sunny Savage …
In addition to listed events, I will also be signing books at the Hawaii Farmer’s Union United Conference happening at the Maui Tropical Plantation in Wailuku from 9am-noon. #onewildfoodeverdaytour
In addition to events listed, I will also be giving a presentation at the Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers Association in Captain Cook from 7-9pm. #onewildfoodeverydaytour
If you are interested in attending this hike, please feel free to contact me for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org