Tasty Treats At Mililani High Marketplace

Wednesday - November 07, 2007
By MidWeek Staff
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The Farmers Market at Mililani High School has new hours this fall and is selling the Hawaii Farmers Market Cookbook along with plenty of food.

The cookbook, now in its second printing, costs $13.

The market is open from 8 to 11 a.m. each Sunday in the gym parking lot, offering kim chee fried rice for breakfast, Egyptian-style plate lunches and a dozen more local vendors who have fresh and locally produced food products.

The list includes Hawaiian Style Chili Co., Ho Farm, Da Spot, Olomana Tropicals, Kahuku Sea Asparagus, Aunty Nani’s cookies, Ba-le Bakery, Fresh from the Farm, Hawaiian Chef, Hawaii’s Homemade Taste, Hawaii Honeybee Co-op, Nalo Farms, North Shore Cattle Co., Penny’s Orchids, Rainbow Farm, SKA Tropicals, Vilath Farm and Vixaysack Farm.

The market is co-sponsored by the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation and Mililani High School. For more information, call 848-2074.

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