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Sunday 10/05/2014
Buddha’s Hand

Bruce and Cyndee Fehring have been farming on Kauai since 1987. Although not certified organic, they use natural and organic farming methods to grow fruit and vegetables on 7.6 acres. Two mini Jersey cows, pigs, ducks, chickens, and turkeys are raised for soil amendments and family meals.

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Food tours offer ‘Tasting’ adventures

Tasting Kauai is pleased to announce two new food tours. This is the third food tour the company offers and each takes place once a week.

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Thursday 09/04/2014
Extreme savings

Maryann Collier, a mother of five from Washington state, says she decided to try couponing after her husband was laid off the same day they purchased a new house.

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Wednesday 09/03/2014
Resourceful resort

PUHI — If things go according to plan, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa’s dining menus will feature freshly grown produce from its own hydroponic gardens.

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Sunday 08/17/2014
Praise for passion fruit

Yoshii Farm grows tropical fruit on more than 30 acres. Dickie and Linda Yoshii started farming in Kauai in 1975. Their son Richard is taking over the farm and preserving it for his 2-year-old son, Leighton.

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Wednesday 02/26/2014
Soul food connection

The Greenery Cafe serves wholesome comfort food with Southern, Filipino and Hawaiian influences. A kindred affection for food inspired Dayne Greene and his Filipino wife Neina to open the cafe in Lihue last November, where a hand-painted sign reads, “Organic Soul Food. Farm 2 Table. Coffee. Teas.”

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Sunday 02/23/2014
The Pig Gig

For three days in late January, Francois Vecchio taught hunters, homesteaders, notable island chefs and Oahu’s award-winning chef, Doug Kocol, how to butcher and preserve local pork. Despite being practiced for thousands of years, butchering by hand and crafting charcuterie are endangered techniques.

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Wednesday 01/01/2014
‘From Tree to Table’

LIHUE — Island growers, fruit sellers, cooks and the general public are invited to register for the “Breadfruit from Tree to Table” workshop Jan. 11.

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Wednesday 06/26/2013
Perfect picnic salad for summer time

Make this summer all about the side dishes with this recipe for a punchy bean salad. A variety of beans provides folate, iron, potassium, selenium and a range of antioxidants. Not just good for your heart, all legumes are rich in dietary fiber, which can help lower your risk for colorectal cancer. Flavorful herbs and a simple dressing of olive oil, vinegar and lemon make this a healthy addition to any picnic.

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Wednesday 05/29/2013
‘Haole girl’ makes mark

Dennis Fujimoto

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Wednesday 04/24/2013
Easy way to ‘Grow Your Own’

LIHU‘E — The most common comment people have about growing their own food is the lack of space, said Ed Kawamura of M. Kawamura Farm Enterprises.

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Wednesday 03/06/2013
Common Ground redefines sustainable dining

KILAUEA — One of the most relaxing places on the North Shore, Common Ground offers patrons a field to table experience.

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Wednesday 02/27/2013
Hula Baby Biscotti pours from bag to dessert

PO‘IPU — Bam! Bam! Bam! A couple of swift whacks from a rubber mallet wielded by Morris Wise turned a bag of Hula Baby Biscotti into the foundation for a crumble crust.

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Tuesday 02/26/2013
Miso Black Cod

Miso Black Cod

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Not So Smut (Smart)

Not So Smut (Smart)

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Sweet Potato Mochi

Sweet Potato Mochi

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Wednesday 02/20/2013
Waimea Town Celebration benefits nonprofits

WAIMEA — The Waimea Town Celebration was started to support several nonprofits on the Westside of Kaua‘i.

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Tuesday 02/19/2013
Portuguese Sausage, Kale and Lentil Soup

Portuguese Sausage, Kale and Lentil Soup

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Juicing...

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Tomatoes & Butterfish

Tomatoes & Butterfish

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