I know, when you think of Maui you automatically think 'agriculture', right? Probably not. But we do have agriculture here, we certainly love the local farmers markets!
On April 6th the Maui Tropical Plantation will be hosting the annual Maui County Ag Fest. It's a fun day with exhibitor booths (yes, that's right, another farmers market), flower shows, competitions, kids activities, live music and... FOOD.
In addition to the obligatory food stands, there is also a Grand Taste Education event. What's that? The Maui County Farm Bureau explains: 'presented in partnership with Slow Food Maui, Maui’s farmers and chefs come together to showcase all that Maui has to offer. Talk story sessions take place under a tent allowing the community to learn about the food grown and raised on Maui. Chefs are on hand to offer cooking tips and techniques.' Sounds fun and tasty! Get your tickets here!
Labels: farmers market, Hawaiian food, Maui to-do, restaurants