Haleiwa Kalo Festival
Follow our host, DANTE CAMARA, from the Kahala Resort's classic Hoku's Restaurant, on a great Sunday afternoon foray into the world of Kalo, or taro, the Native Hawaiian staple similar to a sweet potato, served in a myriad ways... one more interesting than the other. The town we visit is on the north shore of Oahu and it's a haven for surfers and people lucky enough to live the island lifestyle without the hassle of urban Honolulu. One of our loveliest areas and only 40 minutes drive from Waikiki. This annual event is fantastic and if you have never been you must go next year. Natural foods, organic farm products, live music, baby chicks and goats, fried green tomatoes, grass fed beef to chow fun, and a wonderful array of sustainable green environmental businesses. It's all about buying local and supporting our natural environment. Life is Good in Hawaii.
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