A Celebration of Hawai'i's Locally Grown Foods
For over 20 years Taste of the Hawaiian Range and Agriculture Festival has provided the venue for sustainable agricultural education, encouragement and support of locally produced agricultural products. The premiere ag-tourism event is a partnership between CTAHR, Hawaii Cattlemen’s Association, Hawaii Cattlemen’s Council, Kulana Foods, UH-Hilo CAFNRM, County of Hawaii Department. on Environmental Management and community volunteers.
Besides offering delicious "tastes" of dishes using locally produced, grass-fed meats and fresh fruits and veggies, the popular event also gives attendees the opportunity to meet the people who are growing our food.
2016 Taste of the Hawaiian Range - Celebrating 20 Years (2:26 min.)
Chef Peter Merriman, pioneer of the Hawaii Regional Cuisines Movement speaks about his culinary journey. (48:50 min.)
Chef Roy Yamaguchi demonstrates Cooking Pasture-Raised Beef 101 - Braised Oxtail ( 9:24 minutes)
Wendi Gred and Jillian Scheme of Big Island Bees describe the benefits of participating in the Taste of the Hawaiian Range. (1:45 min.)
Dania Katz of Edible Hawaiian Islands talks about her experience at the Taste of the Hawaiian Range. (2 min.)
Anna Peach of Squash and Awe Farms describes the benefits of participating in the Taste of the Hawaiian Range. (2:03 min.)