Stop murdering your tomatoes…. please

Farmers’ Market News
September 2, 2015 – Vol. 7 Issue 34

Aloha FarmLovers!

Are your knives dull? Are you mangling your tomatoes and destroying your lettuce? Have no fear… John is here! We are talking about Chef John Memering, who has recently joined the FarmLovers Family with his amazing chutneys and savory jams. He had some crazy, delicious spicy-mango action going on this past week that knocked my socks off. AND he can sharpen your knives, if you bring them with you to Kakaako Farmers Market! So write yourself a sticky note and wrap those blades up to bring on Saturday!

Ethical Eating: Free Screenings on Food Justice in Honolulu

The Hand that Feeds – Thurs. Sept. 10 & Food Chains – Thurs. Oct. 1 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: UNITE HERE! Local 5 Hall, 1516 S King St, Honolulu-enter through Young St.

Hawaii People’s Fund presents two 2014 award-winning documentary films on how food service workers and farmworkers have organized for fair wages and better working conditions. Potluck encouraged, some pupu provided! The screenings are co-sponsored by UNITE HERE Local 5, AiKea and Aloha Dream Team. Please RSVP by e-mailing peoples@lava.net


Haleiwa Farmers’ Market (Thursday 2-7)
Pearlridge Farmers’ Market (Saturday 8-12)
Kakaako Farmers’ Market (Saturday 8-12)

KailuaTown Farmers’ Market (Sunday 8:30-12)



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