Friday, July 12, 2013


On our honeymoon, my husband and I read about the Honolulu Farmer's Market. Being the food enthusiasts that we are, we decided it'd be fun to stop by and check it out. Every Wednesday from 4-7 PM you can find some terrific produce, orchids and a wide variety of food vendors who can serve up some tasty vittles to sample. We were especially fond of these sushi sliders from Otsuji Farm that were tempura fried and melted in your mouth.

Gorgeous orchids are available for a mere steal!

Another fave was the Petite Suisse Crepe booth where we picked up the "Greek" crepe that was filled with olives, spinach and feta. Amazing! The folks running this booth are as nice as can be and are offering up some delicious options made right before your eyes.

If you're ever in town, be sure to stop by the front lawn of Blaisdell Center. Bring a couple of chairs or a blanket to stretch out and dine picnic style on the lawn. That way you can sample the wares of as many vendors as you want, one course at a time. It was a lot of fun! Hope you have a great weekend.


Karena said...

Anne I honeymooned in Hawaii as well,
and there so many treasures to be found! I love the way the farmers market is set up; the food all looks so yummy!

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CDS said...

That looks amazing!! Our farmers is from!

Unknown said...

Two of my favorite things sushi and orchids. So cool.