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Kahumana – Farm and Cafe
June 22, 2010 by admin Filed under Uncategorized
Thanks for visiting Kahumana! Please stop by our cafe for lunch or dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Lunch is served from 11:30 AM until 2 PM and dinner is served from 6 PM until 7:30 PM.
Hello, My wife and daughter were out at your farm and enrolled in the program. My daughter lives nearby and my wife and I live in Duluth Mn. My wife mentioned that you might need info on beekeeping. I am a beekeeper and would love to help ya out however I can. You can reach me at:
Grandpa Chuck's BEEZ
My name is Flurin Prelle.
I am an 18 years old waldorf student from Dresden/Germany. Last summer, I have visit the Honolulu Waldorfschool. During the 4 months, I’ve fall in love with your island, especially with your unique natur. My mum gave me a student report of an Alanus university student, written in 1983 about your work and your organic way of farming.
I will be finish with school in summer 2012. It would be amazing and a dream, if there will be a possibility to life and work at your farm.
Please contact me for some informations.
My family visited your restaurant and loved the entire experience. The views, setting, hospitality and food were all of the highest quality. Thankyou so much for bringing this hide away gem to the Leeward Coast. Here’s wishing you much success.
We ate at your place twice and for the 4 weeks we’ve been back haven’t stopped talking about what a wonderful experience we had. Not only culinary but we were treated like old friends. Thanks for letting us walk around the grounds and go to the chapel.
I hope you are well.
My name is Yoko Yamada.I’m 25 years old.
I’m a Japanese. I’m going to Hawaii next month from 12 to 16.
I’m interested in organic foods.
Now, I’m a nurse. I understand to be healthy is important and to eat is important too.Our food choice is important for this and to earth too.
I’ve been studying about healthy and beautiful lifestyle.
For example, food habit and exercise, nurturition, and so on.
I’d really like to know about organic foods.
So would you mind if I visit your farm for a day?
I’d like to experience organic food farming and organic food processing.
Also, would you mind to teach me about agricultual technique and organic foods?
I really hope to hear from you and thank you very much in advance.
I don’t know if anyone replied to your email but in case no one did and in case you come back here to check, we just visited a couple of days ago and they let us explore the farm. It is well worth a visit to see everything they have done to grow organic food. They also have organic chickens and they use hyrdoponics. Well worth the time to visit and the food in the cafe is delicious!
Delicious food – I had the daily special. Ahi with a lemony basil sauce, fried brown rice/ organic veggie cake and a delightfully buttery, garlicy chard. The best part is that proceeds go to local needy families. The atmosphere is rustic and homey. I am curious about the history of this farm/cafe. I was told it once belonged to a greek church. A woman’s picture hangs in the library/ entry room that draws the eye. Who is she? – perhaps the creator of this humble establishment.
I had the special – lemony basil sauce over ahi with sides of fried brown rice/ organic vegetable cake and a buttery garlic chard. So yummy! This organic farm/cafe has a sense of mystery and humble charm. Who is the picture of the woman in the entry room/library and what was her role here?
Hi, I read about your wwoofing program and wanted to get more information on the availability and qualifications to participate. Please contact me, mahalo nui!
My husband and I ate here a couple of days ago for the first time. I HIGHLY recommend this cafe! It is situated in such a relaxing atmosphere with a view of the Waianae mountains. The food is definitely garden fresh and delicious! We had the special which was the Molokai free range beef meatloaf, red potatoes, cooked greens, beets, salad, tomato soup, gelato, and chocolate brownie. We would order all of it over again in a heartbeat! It is an added bonus that the food is organic. Thank you and we will be back!
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