Eat Think Drink Returns to ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach on July 18

(Sponsored) EAT THINK DRINK returns to ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach on Thursday, July 18 from 6–9 p.m.



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Eat Think Drink Hawaii Regional Cuisine

 

EAT THINK DRINK returns to ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach on Thursday, July 18 from 6–9 p.m. for it’s eighth episode: Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine – The Evolution of Agriculture in Hawaiʻi. Get your tickets now at OnoRevolution.com!

 

Learn how the Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine movement diversified agriculture in Hawaiʻi and how the collaboration between farmers and chefs changed and continues to fuel the fire on what we grow and eat with Keynote Speaker Samuel Yamashita, Ph.D. author of the newly released book, Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine: The Movement That Changed the Way Hawai‘i Eats.

 

After the keynote presentation, Jehu Fuller of Makaweli Meat Company; Michelle Karr-Ueoka of MW Restaurant; and Shin Ho of Ho Farms will join the conversation in a panel discussion moderated by Dean Okimoto.

 

Enjoy a dine-around on the fifth floor Swell Bar deck featuring chefs Michelle Karr-Ueoka, Chris Kajioka of Senia, Andrew Le of The Pig & The Lady, Colin Hazama of The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort; and David Lukela of the ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach.

 

Tickets are available in advance for $65 or $75 at the door. Get your tickets now or or try your luck and enter to win a pair of tickets!

 

Ticket price is inclusive of taxes and ticketing fees.

 

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