KCC Farmer's Market | Honolulu Attraction

 If you ever find yourself in Honolulu near Diamond Head Volcano, you should head to the farmer's market! The Kapiolani Community College (KCC) Farmer's Market is a growing attraction on the island. My family and I first discovered it a few years back after having been to the island many a time. It's one of our favourite stops. Every Saturday from 7:30-11am the vendors are open for business selling preserved goods, fresh produce, coffee and more. Our favourite vendors include the Big Island Abalone and Otsuji Farm, and be sure to look for the deep fried green tomatoes! This is definitely a must-see and eat to do if you're in the area. Eat your heart out!

Below are just some of the delicious treats you'll find! You can look up all the vendors  here.

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Photography: Danielle Wong Photography

Feature: KCC Farmer's Market

Food Photography | Vancouver Food Photographer

What consists of taking a real foodie picture? Well, to keep it short, LOTS. Lighting, glossing, you name it. It took almost four hours to photograph 4 objects. Insanity!! Here's a look at just what I got to learn about food photography in one afternoon and the results. Featuring Thomas Haas specialties and Hakkaisan Sake.

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Hakkaisan Event at Minami | Vancouver Event Photographer

Sake is probably my choice of beverage at the moment. It's delicate, aromatic and can be dry at times. But Hakkaisan Sake is definitely a must have or at least must try at some point in anyone's lives. If you're not big into sake or want to learn more about it and where it comes from, how it's made, why it tastes the way it does... then come to an event like the one here!

Set in Yaletown, That's Life Gourmet and Minami Restaurant held a fun tasting event. The representative of Hakkaisan came to visit Vancouver, showcasing their sakes throughout the lower mainland. At $39 dollars per person, many people bought tickets and turned out to be a buy-out.

There were six different kinds of Hakkaisan that everyone could try. Champagne sake was a highlight - a delicate treat for everyone. Minami Restaurant handed out hors d'oeuvres and everyone had a great time. I highly suggest that anyone who's interested in getting to know sake should get themselves into the scene.

Sake is definitely an up and coming beverage in Vancouver, Toronto and New York City. I love sake because of it's defined and unique taste. Hakkaisan brings floral hints to the nose as well as bold notes and full tasting bodies. Kanpai!

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