KCC Farmers Market, Honolulu, HI; Snapshot of What’s Happening

Cold and wintery Northern California weather got you down? Dreaming of a milder climate? One with clean air, a warm ocean and a small community of farmers dedicated to bringing to market a proud bounty of mother nature’s best?

Think about visiting Oahu; better yet, set your sights on Honolulu with its restaurant and art renaissance and the KCC Farmers market. Located just north of the famous Diamond Head crater, this saturday morning stroll and shop offers an incredibly beautiful and diverse taste of what’s happening in and around the Hawaiian Islands.

We caught wind of this well-known and respected market back on the mainland and our curiosity got the best of us. If you know Bay Laurel Culinary, then it shouldn’t seem out of the ordinary that we would go for a chance to gather ideas, talk with purveyors and gather intel for our upcoming 2017 catering season.

Here’s a peak at what we found…

The Market Starts Early and Closes before Lunch

Tropical Flowers from Green Point Nurseries

Hawaiian Wild Caught Shrimp


Farm Fresh Pickle

Incredible Breakfast Offerings

Jams, Butters & Honey

Cruising by Tropical Blossoms

More Flowers

All Hawaiian Honey

Big Island Avocado

Buying Cut Fruit from a Vendor

Green Onion

Grilled Abalone

Strawberry Papaya

The Pig & the Lady

Pho Ga


Pitaya or Dragon Fruit

Never Too Early for Popcicles in Hawaii

Sweet Gold Babies

Hawaiian Honey

Local Honey for Sale

Daikon, Orange & Pineapple



Grilled Shrimp on a Stick

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