Beach Walk 77 – ʻOno Kine Grinds

Hey, let’s go to the Farmer’s Market and check out the ‘ono kine grinds (the yummy food) and flowers!

h3. About Today’s Show

A little change of pace today to share some of the good eats we have here in Hawai’i. For me, there is something special about eating the food that’s grown right nearby, as compared to being shipped in from a far off place. Mind you, living here on the island we depend on stuff shipped in from far off places, but nonetheless I think the home grown goodies taste ever so special.

Background show music by Sunburn in Cyprus, “Your Smile.

Hawaiian words
‘Ai: food
Pua: flower
‘Ono: delicious

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Comments

  1. Shannon Watanuki says:

    Hi Rox-
    I am enjoying watching your uplifting shows in order since I stumbled upon them not too long ago. Question- what is the long green produce that looks like very long green beans? I recognize bittermelon, but not that one! Will we see more episodes in the future or should I make the next 700 or so last??
    Aloha-
    Shannon

  2. Roxanne Darling says:

    They are looong green beans – very popular here!

    We hope to reconnect with Beach Walks soon – we are trying to catch up on our main business – this is all volunteer for over 4 years and we are a little behind…

    Thank you so much for your support!