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Farm 2 Table

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Local and Organic: A difference you can taste


Aloha is quite simply the allure of the Hawaiian Islands. It’s in the way we act, and in the way we treat others. It’s in the cool breezes and the warm waters. Aloha is also in the food we eat, and Chef Foster along with the Oahu Visitor’s Bureau bring that Aloha right from the local farms to your table, for a taste that that can’t be duplicated.

Innovation and Sustainability:

With year-round tropical climate conditions, rich soils, and dedicated cultivators, Oahu’s innovative farm to table cuisine is one of the newest attractions to the island. Tapped for his dedication for freshness and local products Chef Foster has helped to develop the islands farm to table movement which is paving the way towards local sustainability.

An insider's look into local farms

You couldn't ask for a more direct method to get food to your mouth!

The good Stuff: Farm Fresh Menus

So, you’ve made it to the farm, you’ve see the soil, you’ve walked the rows of fresh lettuce and fruits…You have certainly worked up an appetite. Now its time to eat, and you realize this is what it is ALL ABOUT.

Plantation Iced Tea

Goat Cheese Stuffed Shrimp Cakes

Grilled Catch of the Day over Kahuku Corn & Mushroom Sautee

Coconut and Taro Bubble Tea


Special Thanks To Nalo Farms –  Aloun Farm –  Paohomo Organic Farms