We are celebrating a new food tour and the holiday season and by offering residents and visitors a 10-percent discount.
If you’re wondering what to do on Kauai, and you love to garden and, or eat, check these out:
Dan, Michelle and I wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving! We certainly have a lot to be grateful for, including your support. Thank you for reading our blog posts, taking our tours and reading our restaurant guidebook. We appreciate your positive feedback and personally, I love seeing the joy on some of your faces as you tell me how useful and enjoyable you find our tours and book. So, as we say in Hawaii, mahalo nui loa hoomanao aloha, thank you very much, we remember with affection.
If you’re making a special dinner at home, I’ll be posting some recipes that include healthy snacks, side dishes and gluttonous desserts, all made with locally grown ingredients. Look for those in the coming weeks. This Kauai Thanksgiving 2015 blog post is for those of you who want to celebrate each other by dining out. Linger and examine these menus, you still have plenty of time to make reservations!
Malama Kauai is offering their second Hawaii Garden Certificate Training to the community to install a large-scale school garden at Kawaikini Public Charter School in Lihue. Classes are Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and start on Nov. 7. Dr. Adam Asquith from Kealia Farm will lead participants in the garden installation, providing classroom and hands-on education in gardening basics.
The 5 week course will cover: