We participated in the Royal Hawaiian Hotel's 220 event. It's a farmer's market and brunch that showcases food grown within 220 miles of Honolulu (basically the main Hawaiian Islands). If you're not familiar with the Royal Hawaiian, it's one of Hawaii's most famous and luxurious resorts. The market/brunch was held in the beautiful courtyard of the hotel, and featured wonderful food prepared by Chef Hans Stierli and his staff. We got to meet a lot of wonderful people - both visitors and locals. Mahalo to all who came by. You can read more about the event here. The next 200 event will be August 21 (10 AM - 2 PM). Click here for more information.
Baked a fresh batch of Waialua (North Shore Oahu) beans for our nibby bars. We used a convection oven that we have never used before, but it worked great. The aroma was amazing. Imagine your home (floors, ceilings, walls and furniture) made of freshly baked brownies. These beans have a beautiful tang to them. I think our next batch of nibby bars will be something special.