Tag: local food

Food Network’s Best Restaurants on Maui

This is kind of a funny one, my food truck Savage Kitchen was almost listed on the Food Network’s recent “Best Restaurants on Maui” guide. The piece was published in January, just after the New Year, but was photographed back in 2018 when the Savage Kitchen food truck was still open. No worries, my spotlight …

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This Is What Local Food Looks Like

  We ran some fabulous dishes during the Hawaii Local Food Challenge! Everything 100% local ingredients from the Hawaiian Islands. Be sure to check out our location, by scrolling to the top of our website.  

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Wild Foraged Spring Rolls

Fresh • Local • Foraged • People were loving up our Wild Spring Rolls last week! Made with red hibiscus flowers (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), Hong Kong orchid flowers (Bauhinia blakeana), sprouts, lettuce, cilantro, mint, pickled yacon/carrot/daikon, haole koa tempeh, avocado, peanut sauce and sprinkled with dehydrated aweoweo kraut (Chenopodium oahuense), haole koa crunch (kukui nut, Mac …

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99% Wildcrafted Dish Prepared for the Local Wild Food Challenge on Maui

The Local Wild Food Challenge came to town and Savage Kitchen Maui was stoked to participate. There was something magical in the air as over 50 participants prepped their dishes for a panel of 4 judges. People had put much love and care into harvesting their own wild and local ingredients and the stories touched …

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Wild Food Summit III – part 2


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Here is the second video of 3 from the Wild Food Summit on the White Earth Reservation. Be sure to stay tuned for part 3 in this series of videos. Click here to see part 1. Or click here for part 3.

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Wild Food Summit III – part 1

The White Earth Tribal and Community College, located on the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota, hosted the 3rd annual Wild Food Summit. This gathering, which was held during the summer solstice, brought folks together who were interested in learning about identifying and preparing wild foods. But as shown through the various interviews, the gathering …

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