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The Perfect Pūpū Platter for an Outdoor Summer Party or Picnic in Hawai‘i

Why import your party platter? We packed our pūpū board with tasty made-in-Hawai‘i bites worth going holoholo for.


party picnic platter


(1) Papaya vanilla jam

A papaya in silky, spreadable form, by Monkeypod Jam.



(2) Lavosh

From La Tour Bakehouse.



(3) Dried aku

From Tamura’s Fine Wine & Liquors.



(4) Pickled beets and okra

From Hawai‘i Pantry, a new Kaka‘ako Farmers Market vendor.



(5) Mac nuts

From Ahualoa Farms.



(6) ‘Ulu Mana’s chips and hummus

This breadfruit-based hummus comes in flavors that include turmeric and jalapeño; accompanied by garlic salt ‘ulu chips.



(7) Maui Nui venison sticks

Made from wild deer on Maui.



(8) Sweet Land Farm Tomme

An aged, semi-hard cheese made at O‘ahu’s only commercial goat dairy.



(9) Starfruit, guava

Use whatever local fruits are in season—aim for a range of textures and sweetness.


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