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Sunday, June 22, 2008


Sunday night repast—Scallops in saffron crème fraîche sauce

A special dinner. Nanette selected almost everything at KCC on Saturday (click pics for larger):


Clockwise from bottom:

Grape tomatoes (North Shore Farms)
Red bell pepper (Pit Farm)
Celery (Pit Farm)
Tatsoi (Ma`O Organic Farm)
Radishes (SKA Tropicals)
Japanese “kabu” turnips (Ma`O Organic Farm)

ScallopsScallops in a saffron crème fraîche sauce with basil chiffonade.

Not pictured: Italian Country Bread (Ba-Le Bakery)

The scallops are sustainably harvested wild scallops from Kokua Market. Crème fraîche is from Foodland Beretania (now kept in the fridge in the R Field Wine section). Everything else is from KCC Saturday Farmers Market (thanks, Ben, for correcting me that the crème fraîche isn’t from the KCC market. I wish… but not yet, anyway).


Tuesday, June 10, 2008


Learn about Slow Food Tuesday 6-7 p.m. on KUMU 1500 AM

Tune in to learn about the Slow Food movement, Slow Food Oahu, and the Little Kitchens event happening this Friday, June 13. John Noland will spend the hour catching up on Slow Food events in Hawaii.


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