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VIDEO: "The Hawaii Farmers Market Cookbook" on "Biting Commentary"

Green Papaya & Pork Soup by Chef Ed Kenney

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Chef Ed Kenney of Town and Downtown restaurants cooked up his Green Papaya and Pork Soup recipe, featured in The Hawai‘i Farmers Market Cookbook, on HONOLULU Magazine’s Biting Commentary with John Heckathorn on Sunday, July 17.

Watch the episode and visit the Wednesday night farmers market at Blaisdell Center — a great way to pick up fresh, local veggies straight from the farmer on your way home from work — with host John Heckathorn; meet the women behind Feed the Hunger Foundation, a remarkable non-profit micro-financing organization that helps local folks trying to “make it” in food-related business (restaurants, food trucks, farming); and then visit Chef Ed’s kitchen for soup and sandwiches, Kenney-style!
You can purchase The Hawai‘i Farmers Market Cookbook at the Kapi‘olani Community College farmers market at the info booth or online at www.bookshawaii.net.

And congratulations to our contest winner,  Amelia Barrow, who shared her favorite local ingredient, Maui onions (and boy, does she love ‘em!) on our original post on Chef Ed on Biting Commentary. The contest is now closed, but we’d still love to hear who taught you to cook or to love food! You can comment below or on the original post.

The final episode of Biting Commentary features Hawai‘i coffee. Read more about the episode, and The Hawai‘i Coffee Book by Shawn “Dr. Coffee” Steiman, plus enter our trivia contest to win a copy of the book here.