Maui’s favorite Ono Gelato in Kihei is now Ono Gelato Creamery & Shack Café and they’ve got some delicious new menu items to try! During the next few weeks, 10% of the revenue from each of these specials is donated to Grow Some Good.
Ono Gelato uses fresh, natural, local and organic ingredients available on Maui. Stop by and give them a try. And be sure to leave room for dessert!
Special Menu Items
Now through December 10, 2016: Lemongrass Turkey Bahn-Mi Sandwich Lemongrass-Ginger Brined Turkey Breast on a Homemade Baguette with spicy cucumbers, carrots and onions, papaya salsa and cilantro with crunchy peanut slaw on the side.
December 11 – 23, 2016: Sausage and Peppers Italian Sausage, Sweet Peppers & Maui Onion Sautéed in Vodka Marinara with Fresh Mozzarella on a Homemade Hoagie with Roasted Veggie Salad on the Side.
A big mahalo to the team at Ono Gelato for supporting Grow Some Good!
We’re pleased to announce Hāna Ranch is generously supporting Grow Some Good with their delicious farm-fresh smoothies. They will donate $1 to Grow Some Good for every smoothie sold in the month of November.
The made-to-order smoothies at the Hāna Burger Food Truck change daily depending on what they’re harvesting from the farm that morning. Typical flavors include organic papaya, pineapple, coconut, and banana.
Hāna Burger Food Truck
The Hāna Burger Food Truck is open for lunch seven days a week from 10am to 4pm and is located at Hāna Ranch (5670 Hāna Highway). Hāna Burger uses ingredients harvested directly from their organic farm and from local fisherman. Current menu items include a fresh fish sandwich, farm salads, the signature Hāna Burger with grilled grass-fed beef, house-made pickles, refreshing fresh fruit smoothies and more.
Hāna Ranch is a working cattle ranch and organic farm on 3,600 acres in Hāna, Hawaiʻi. Their focus is on sustainable agriculture that enriches the land and that will provide healthy, fresh food for the people of Hāna, Maui, and Hawaiʻi to enjoy. We are excited to partner with them as we both strive to improve access to fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs for everyone in our community.
Our friends DUO Restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea partnered with the Maui Jazz and Blues Festival to create a unique dining experience benefiting Grow Some Good. Guests enjoyed selections from a special menu and live performances of some of the world’s best Jazz and Blues talent. It was an evening of wonderful food and great entertainment in a beautiful atmosphere at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.
Fresh from School Gardens
Chef Craig Dryhurst and his team served up a mouth-watering menu featuring fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs from our own school gardens. .
Special Musical Guests
Diners enjoyed Live Jazz and Blues with a special sneak peek of this year’s JazzFest artists, including Blues Guitar Legend & Blues Hall of Fame Inductee Joe Louis Walker, Grammy and NEA Master New Orleans Jazz Royalty Delfeayo Marsalis, and Grammy Nominated Jazz Saxophone Master Javon Jackson (pictured at right).
Mahalo to Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea and the entire team at DUO!
Maui Jazz & Blues Festival
The 6th annual Maui Jazz and Blues Festival held a variety of events across Maui. Featured Festival performers included Joe Louis Walker, Jazz/Rock Guitar Legend & Godfather of Fusion Larry Coryell, Delfeayo Marsalis, Grammy winners The Band Courtbouillon with Wayne Toups, Steve Riley and Wilson Savoy; Javon Jackson, Award Winning Jazz Trumpeter Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, Sax Master Rock Hendricks and Maui’s own Jazz Guitarist & Na Hoku Winner Benny Uyetake, The King Kekaulike High School Jazz Band, and The Jazz Alley TV Trio.
Three’s Bar and Grill is generously supporting Grow Some Good through its Kama‘āina Give Back program, which offers 10% off to local residents, then donates 10% to a charitable recipient of the month. Have a wonderful meal, enjoy a 10% discount AND support Grow Some Good at the same time! Grow Some Good is honored to be the recipient of these funds for BOTH September and October. Thanks Three’s!
Bring Your Friends & Family
Enjoy a delicious meal while you support Grow Some Good. Three’s amazing menu features something for everyone, with Pacific Rim, Hawaiian and Southwestern cuisine. Signature dishes included the Kalua Pork Quesadilla, Panko Crusted Ahi Roll, a Tropical Salad, Hawaiian Style Ribs, Traditional Ramen and for dessert, the Hot Chocolate Lava Cake. Three’s Bar & Grill is focused on serving great food with locally sourced ingredients in a comfortable atmosphere that celebrates our island lifestyle.
Three’s is located in the Kihei Kalama Village at 1945 S. Kihei Road, Suite G, in Kihei. To make reservations, call (808) 879-3133 or use Open Table on their website.
Proceeds from this program will go to support Grow Some Good school garden programs in 12 schools on Maui. Previous recipients of Three’s Kama‘āina Give Back program include Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Maui Humane Society, and the Maui Science Center. Mahalo to co-owners Cody Christopher, Jaron Blosser and Travis Morrin for supporting our community in such a big way.
Fork & Salad, Maui’s newest farm-to-table eatery, shares the same vision as Grow Some Good – to support local agriculture and improve access to nutritious food for everyone in our community. To help support this vision they are offering a signature salad special benefiting Grow Some Good now through March 2017.
Eat Your Beets
With the purchase of each Beet and Goat Cheese Salad, Fork & Salad will donate $1 to Grow Some Good. This delicious salad features spinach, roasted beets, Surfing Goat Dairy cheese, raw beets, apples, seasonal local fruit, health grain mix, and macadamia nuts, topped with a grapefruit honey vinaigrette dressing.
#Eat Local, Eat Healthy
Fork & Salad is a chef-inspired salad company that features locally-sourced ingredients in an effort to support Maui’s farmers, ranchers and fishermen. The menu includes signature salads, wraps, sandwiches, soups, juices, specialty drinks and more. By providing tasty, affordable, fresh meals, Fork & Salad hopes to expand the farm-to-table movement throughout Hawaii, making it available to all consumers and boosting the local economy.
Mahalo to co-owners Jaron Blosser, Travis Morrin and Cody Christopher for their generous support and for sharing our vision to inspire youth and support local agriculture.
Chef Paris Nabavi serves up a fantastic meal with a focus on community support in his popular private fundraising events for Grow Some Good. Featuring the Persian food of his culture, he creates a multi-course meal, complete with fine wine and warm hospitality. Chef Paris does not accept any payment for these dinners but instead asks that guests make a donation to Grow Some Good. Proceeds from the events support our school garden programs.
A “Dinner to Remember” – Maui Now
The most recent dinner in June was covered by journalist Kiaora Bohlool and featured on the news site Maui Now. Highlights were captured in the video below, featuring Chef Paris discussing some of the unique dishes he created for the evening. His guests also share what they love most about the food, the event, and the opportunity to support Grow Some Good.
A very special mahalo to Chef Paris and his wife Donna for their continued support!
Thank you to journalist Kiaora Bohlool for covering the story and creating the wonderful video below.
Watch this site for information about the next Chef Paris dinner event.
Join us this fall with Chef Paris Nabavi and his wife Donna, for a special home-cooked dinner event on November 14, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
UPDATE: This event is SOLD OUT, but we are still taking RSVP requests for cancellations. If you want to be put on a wait list, fill out the form below. Also, sign up for Chef Paris’ early bird email list to be first to RSVP for the next event!
Chef Nabavi, Owner of Sangrita Grill and Cantina will be preparing traditional Kabob Barg and Koo-bi-deh paired with Saffron Rice and Roasted Tomato. He will skewer and roast these delicious delights on an outside fire BBQ grill. The dinner menu will also include Salad Shirazi and Mast-0-Maousir with a sweet finish of Noon-Khamei-ie; a cream puff with rose water and fresh whipped cream, enjoyed with hot Chai tea made in Samavar. Scroll down to view the full menu.
Guests are invited to bring a favorite bottle of wine or enjoy a variety of wines chosen from Chef Nabavi’s private collection. Paris invites you to enjoy his garden under the stars among friends, while he shares culinary secrets from his Persian homeland.
We welcome you to join us for this special dinner with friends, fine wine and mouth watering food. We are limited to 20 people and a donation of $150 a person will be given (in full) to Grow Some Good.
What an amazing celebration! Big MAHALO to 450 new and old friends who gathered for the 3rd Annual Taste of School Gardens event Saturday night at Hotel Wailea.
Guests enjoyed delicious gourmet cuisine made with local and school garden- grown ingredients, sipped fine wines and local brews, took in the beautiful ocean views and kicked up their heels to bluegrass music by Aloha Chicken.
Together, we raised more than $54,000 in ticket sales and donations!
Thanks to you, Grow Some Good is continuing to grow and support school garden programs on Maui – currently serving more than 3,000 students in 12 school gardens in South, Central and West Maui. That’s double where we were last year at this time.
Looking forward to digging into another year of supporting community food and healthy keiki programs on Maui. We still have more funds to raise for our 2015-16 school year, so stay tuned for more opportunities to help us grow our programs.
You are invited to the 3rd Annual Grow Some Good: Taste of School Gardens event March 7, 2015 at the Hotel Wailea! Local chefs and school garden supporters will celebrate all the good things growing for more than 3,000 students in South, Central, and West Maui school garden programs.
Guests at this special sunset event will enjoy gourmet dishes prepared with local and school garden-grown ingredients by Mauiʻs top chefs, including:
December 5th-7th, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea presents an exclusive three-day tour of the vine with the nation’s top winemakers, including concerts performed by internationally acclaimed musicians and opportunities to savour the imaginative cuisine of the Resort’s award-winning culinary team. Perched above the stunning Wailea coast, this intimate weekend affair is the best little wine event in the Pacific.
A portion of proceeds from the weekend’s opening night — Ocean Front Gala Featuring Makana Dec. 5 — will benefit Grow Some Good school garden programs!
Purchase your ticket for opening night or click here to view all events and purchase tickets for the entire weekend, including violin virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn, who performs on the legendary 1720 “Red Mendelssohn” Stradivarius. Guests may also contact the Four Seasons concierge for more information and ticket purchases over the phone: 808.874.8000.
This 3rd annual event is sure to sell out, so RSVP today!
Contact Grow Some Good
1215 S. Kihei Rd #O-1047
Kihei, HI 96753
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