Taste Hawaii Tour 2011

In October and November, James Beard Award-winning chef Alan Wong and Hawai‘i food historian Arnold Hiura will bring a taste of the Islands to the San Francisco Bay Area with their “Taste Hawai‘i” Tour.

The duo will offer six events in San Francisco and San Jose between October 27 and November 2, all open to the public, sharing the cuisine and food culture of Hawai‘i. Attendees will learn about the evolution of the Islands’ unique culinary landscape and how it has inspired Chef Alan. Guests will also have the opportunity to taste Hawai‘i—literally! Chef Alan and Arnold, assisted by Hukilau Restaurants, will serve dishes from The Blue Tomato and classic Hawai‘i fare featured in Arnold’s book, Kau Kau: Cuisine & Culture in the Hawaiian Islands.

Events range in price from free to $75 and include activities such as “talk-story” book signings, cooking demonstrations, culinary exercises and tasting events—culminating in a “Birthday Bash” celebration for Chef Alan with a trip to Hawai‘i giveaway. Visit www.thebluetomato.net/tastehawaiitour for full event information and ticket purchases.

Mahalo to the Hawai‘i Visitors & Convention Bureau, Hawaiian Airlines, HAWAI‘I Magazine, Hukilau Restaurants, the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Northern California and the Hawai‘i Chamber of Commerce of Northern California for making the Taste Hawai‘i Tour possible!

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  1. […] -San Francisco, get ready for a “Taste of Hawaii” w/Chef Alan Wong and Arnold Hiura as they tour six events throughout San Fran and San Jose.  [The Blue Tomato] […]



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