Thursday, May 8, 2008
The KCC CUlinary Department held their annual banquet to recognize and honor the students that will be graduating from Department: Congratulation to our President and founder member Adina Guest (pictured here with the KCC Slow Food Story Board). The department scholarships for next semester are presented at the banquet. The KCC Slow Food Convivium board members were also introduced this evening, welcoming new president-elect Sean Congdon.
Monday, May 5, 2008
What a great day! Dean Okimoto of Nalo Farms gave us a very informative tour of his farm in Waimanalo. He showed us the various greens and herbs they grow there and even gave us a taste testing of three different varieties of tomato all grown at different elevation and climate here in Hawai'i. Nalo Farms produce can be found at local farmer's markets and soon to be in some local supermarkets! Here is their website: http://www.nalo-farms.com/index-3.php