Farmer’s Market in Oahu, Hawaii | Awesome Hawaiian Food!

Today we’ll be stopping by the Kapiolani Community College Farmer’s Market, located in Oahu, Hawaii. Please press “LIKE” if you enjoyed this video!

This Farmer’s Market requires a visit at least ONCE in your next trip to Oahu. It’s much better than the normal farmer’s markets you’re probably used to, because not only does it have produce — it has a TON of FOOD STALLS as well! Count on Hawaii to have awesome food stalls in their farmer’s market!

In this trip, I was on a mission for two things specifically: grilled abalone, white pineapple (aka “Honey Cream” pineapple) , and taro bread. I’ve never had the white pineapple, and I’ve heard so much rave about it from my boyfriend’s parents (who are locals from Hawaii), that I knew I HAD to get it. It was super sweet, and had a much lower acidity content compared to normal pineapples.

Another place I hit up was Pig and the Lady. My boyfriend’s parents also visit this stand almost every single time they go to the farmer’s market. Recently, I’ve seen Business Insider cover the restaurant with their “bone marrow tequila shots”. However, they serve primarily pho and noodle dishes at their stand in Kapiolani Community College. The whole both was fantastic — I even drank the broth!

Last place I stopped at was Ono Pops. The popsicles are hand made, and most of the ingredients are sourced from the Hawaiian islands. I love the unique selection of flavors on their menu, and their popsicles are GREAT. Not to sweet, and they really hit the spot on a hot Hawaiian day.

Thanks for stopping by!

Music Credit: “Upbeat Forever” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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