Sunday, March 16, 2008
Our first public meeting on Monday, March 10th, was incredibly successful! Thanks to everyone who helped us make it possible. Sean and Daniel made us some incredible oven fried potatoes and onion rings made from Aloun Farms produce. San also brought some ruby red grapefruit for us to enjoy from Krutistown. The meeting began with all of the officers telling about why they are a part of Slow Food and how they made a personal connection to it. Then we had special guest, Ed Kenney, Chef of Town Restaurant in Honolulu, talk to the group about his personal experience and dedication to the Slow Food movement. Announcements for upcoming events and dues were also made. Stay tuned to our next event! We are planning to have a meeting on April 14th at 12:30 pm. We'll keep you "post"ed!
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
We can't wait to see you Monday, March 10th, 2008 at 12:30 for our first meeting!
We will meet in OHIA 118 with a special tasting of some local foods and hear a few words from local Chef Ed Kenney and Wenhao Harold Sun, Ph. D. Dr. Sun of Marine AgriFuture will be offering a tasting of Sea Asparaus which is hydrponically grown in Kahuku.
Contact club President Adina Guest at: email@example.com with questions.
Mahalo to Chef Edward Kenney for hosting a Slow Food KCC meeting at his restaurant Town! At this meeting, we discussed hosting our first official on-campus meeting. Chef Kenney created a personalized menu just for this meeting. We had a selection of Big Island cured meats, fresh olive oil from Italy, hearts-of-palm, fresh local greens from Oahu, handmade mushroom gnocchi, sustainable free range chicken, Big Island ribeye steak, seasoned fries, and a delicious crepe cake with grapefruit. We will post the minutes soon.