Chefs & Farmers Facing Future : Food Forum

What would Hawaii be like without rice?

How will rising energy costs impact the ability to put food on our tables?

What would a creatively sustainable lunch in Hawaii look like?

SGF’s latest collaboration – with the inspirational folks at Leeward Community College’s Culinary Arts Program – is an opportunity to explore these questions, the challenges and very possible solutions.

“Chefs and Farmers Facing Future: A Forum on Food” will take place on Friday, April 15, 2011, 9am-2pm and will be moderated by Food Writer Wanda Adams and Master Sommelier Chuck Furuya.

Forum panelists will discuss Hawaii’s challenging state of food insecurity, the affects of rising energy costs and other issues. Attendants will also sample a locavore menu conceptualized and created by the LCC Culinary Arts Program’s faculty and students.

We’ve got a stellar forum advisory team behind this event too: Wanda Adams, Melissa Chang, Alex Franco, Chuck Furuya, Michelle Galimba, Richard Ha, John Heckathorn, Chef Ed Kenney, Jo McGarry, Dean Okimoto, Betty Shimabukuro, Chef Alan Wong, and Chef Roy Yamaguchi.

If you are interested in attending, please register by calling 455-0298. Seating is limited.

Event schedule here

Location:
Leeward Community College Theater
96-045 Ala Ike, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782
(Lots of on-campus parking)
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