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Friday, Sept. 27 – Spago Hosts Grow Some Good Dinner

Our school garden inspired dinner series continues with breathtaking sunset ocean views and extraordinary cuisine and wine with Chef Cameron Lewark and his awesome team at Spago. Guests will enjoy drinks at sunset, a four course meal with wine pairings and one amazing evening highly regarded by last yearʻs attendees as the “Babbetteʻs Feast” of the year!

Menu:

Scallop Thai Sashimi with Spicy Green Curry and Lemongrass Vinaigrette

Basil Ravioli with “Surfing Goat” Cheese and Heirloom Tomatoes

Duo of:
– Local Fish with Parsnip Puree, Confit Bacon, Roasted Kula Onions and Mushroom Nage
– Grilled Prime Beef with Horseradish Puree and Béarnaise

Upcountry Banana Cream Pie
Puff Pastry, Bananas, Crème Brûlée, Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream & Chocolate Sauce

When:
Friday, September 27
6:30 p.m.

Where:
Spago at Four Seasons Resort Maui
3900 Wailea Alanui Drive
Wailea, Maui

Menu Price:
$122 per person

Reservations:
Call (808) 874-8000

Proceeds benefit more than 2,000 elementary and middle school students who participate in Grow Some Good garden programs in South and Central Maui. Bon appetit!

Wailea Chefs Grow Some Good

 

capische il teatro chef christopher kulisWe are so fortunate to have our chefs on Maui! And we have some great news to share:  Four of Wailea’s premiere chefs are combining their talents, time and resources to support the school garden movement on Maui. Chefs Brian Etheredge and Christopher Kulis of Capische? and Il Teatro are teaming up with Four Season’s Maui at Wailea Chefs Cameron Lewark of Spago and Nicholas Porreca of Ferraro’s to host a series of four fundraisers, called ‘Grow Some Good: Wailea Chefs.’  Taking place May 2012 through early 2013, the series will showcase recipes co-created with students and ingredients grown at Kihei Elementary School and Lokelani Intermediate School gardens.

All net proceeds from thekihei elementary school garden harvest party 2012 fundraisers benefit Grow Some Good projects including school garden installations and maintenance, coordinator/educator positions, school garden mini-grants, curriculum and materials for garden-based learning and nutrition classes. The organization also has received funding support from the County of Maui, Private Maui Chef Owner/Chef Dan Fiske, Capische? Owner/Chef Brian Etheredge, and Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman.

Event series includes:

  • Grow Some Good: Ferraro’s – May 19, 2012 – Ferraro’s private, invitation-only dinner for 25 guests.
  • Grow Some Good: Capische? – July 20, 2012 – Capische? dinner for 40 guests.
  • Grow Some Good: Spago – Sept. 15, 2012 – Spago dinner for 60 guests.
  • Maui Chefs Grow Some Good – March 2, 2013 outdoor event at Hotel Wailea with students and chefs showcasing the best of school garden recipes. For tickets, visit https://growsomegood.org/events/.

To kick off the serieKihei Elementary School harvest party 2012 grow some goods, Wailea chefs shared the art and science of good food with more than 800 students and in nearly a quarter-acre of garden space in the heart of the Kihei Elementary School campus.  Students harvested and prepared ingredients from the Pizza Garden and Gardens of the World to make wood-fired pizza in a mobile pizza oven supplied by Outrigger Pizza, then stir-fry veggies for Asian vegggie wraps. Student grown ingredients included eggplant, okra, carrots, tomatoes, zucchini, red creole onions, green onions, basil, bok choy, oregano and thyme. Super delicious!  Then students finished their day sipping lilikoi lemonade with fresh berries. Special thanks to Akamai Pumping for donating foot pump hand washing stations — the most fun we’ve ever seen kids have washing their hands!

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