Slow Food Farm Tour and Dinner at Kahumana Farms – January 30, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Slow Food Farm Tour and Dinner at Kahumana Farms – January 30, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.
86-660 Lualualei Homestead Road, Wai’anae, HI 96792

Kahumana Farm & Cafe and Slow Food Oahu are partnering to provide a farm to table event on Saturday, January 30, 2016. The event will showcase the farm and cafe as an experimental ground for island sustainability and healthy food movement.  Kahumana Farm & Café are part of a large 501(c)3 non-profit organization nestled in the back of Lualualei valley in Waianae. Its mission is “to co-create a healthy, inclusive and productive farm-based community with homeless families, people with disabilities and youth.”We hope you can join us and help us spread the word about this event to your social networks.
The event will begin with a farm tour that will highlight the aquaponic system, free ranged poultry, permaculture food forest, production fields, and integration of social programs on the farm.  Following the 4:00 p.m. tour of the farm, there will be a 5:30 p.m. outdoor meal served on the patio with outdoor lighting and tiki torches.There is an optional covered area in the unlikely event of rain.
All of the vegetables and the poultry (chicken or duck) will be from the farm. It will be accompanied with Kahumana Kooler which is a hibiscus, lemongrass, and other mixed herb cold tea. The multi-course meal will consist of:

1. Kahumana salad with mixed carrots, watermelon radish, green onion, and beet salad with house dressing
2. ‘Ulu and kalamungay soup
3. Dill and cilantro hummus
4. Farm Fresh Poultry special
5. Kahumana liliko’i cheese cake.
There is a vegetarian/vegan option. It will be a nut and veggie filled Swiss chard roulade. Please order that option on EventBrite. It will be a BYOB event.
Entertainment will be provided by Lucie Lynch, a singer-songwriter with an angelic voice and wicked sense of humor. Lucie weaves original music with colorful tales from Lucie’s road adventures  Help support Kahumana’s long term vision and hope is to have the west-side be seen as a place of evolving local sustainability beyond organic farming that integrates the diverse communities that live here. Kahumana community is also taking an active role in this effort with other local organic farms in the region and hopefully 2016 will be a breakthrough year for all of us.  Our goal for the evening is not only to share this beautiful organic farm and a wonderful meal but to generate a conversation for sustainability beyond organic farming and with the diverse communities on the west side.
Bring your shopping bags, as the Kahumana Market will be open where you can purchase fresh farm veggies and other value added products such as pesto, hummus, spicy cilantro sauce, dried herbs, and tea blends.
The cost of the experience is $70 for members of Les Dames d’Escoffier or Slow Food Oahu and $85 for non-members. To register, go to

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